A recording outing to Blackford Hill / Hermitage of Braid had the usual handful of new species to the mass of species you come across regularly. This Grimmia lisae had to be taken home to be confirmed while the Syntrichia intermedia was also nice. Even nicer was Syntrichia papillosa which I was too full of lunch to remember to photograph apparently.
A surprise late addition to the reserve list (and the 94th bryophyte), this bristle-moss was noticed just above head height while looking for epiphytic lichens on Willows. always a pleasure to see, especially close up.
This one is only the third county record, with one from 1967 and another more modern one from Tentsmuir.