The site offered a variety of habitats and mosses were abundant on rocks, trees and on the ground within the woodland. We also explored the area alongside a small stream, and a boggier area of open ground.
As a novice, I was a little overwhelmed by the vast number of species found. Over 30 species were identified - a full list of species found will be added shortly.
Many thanks to Ambroise for organising the trip.
Brachythecium rutabulum (Rough-stalked Feather-moss)
Orthotrichum pulchellum (Elegant Bristle-moss)
(Photographs by Kate Wright & Louise Hill)