Monday, 24 July 2017

Sedum solved

Finally got around to checking out my third Sedum on the rocky Downing Point. It turned out to be Sedum anglicum, with clasping leaf bases - a very odd looking thing for a succulent. This will extend its known range for the new atlas by ... about 5 miles!




Also last night when I went out to pick up a grass specimen I luckily took my bincoulars so lucked into two Artcic Skuas harassing the local ternage. About freaking time too.

Numbers:
787 Sedum anglicum English Stonecrop
788 Festuca ovina Sheep's Fescue
789 Alopecurus geniculatus Marsh foxtail
790 Stercorarius parasiticus Arctic Skua



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