A worthwhile two hour session on the reserve on Saturday managed to turn up a few additions. Of note were flowering White Dead-nettle (chances of pollenation?) and some new fungi. There were also two species of moss which are still on the dissecting table giving me trouble. Both will undoubtedly be common - I just don't know what they are yet!
098 Motacilla cinerea, Grey Wagtail
099 Pyrrhula pyrrhula, Bullfinch
100 Regulus regulus, Continental Goldcrest
101 Cruciata laevipes, Crosswort
102 Lamium album, White Dead-Nettle
103 Phragmites australis, Common Reed
104 Coprinopsis atramentaria, Common Ink-Cap
105 Mycena filopes, Iodine Bonnet
106 Trametes gibbosa, Lumpy Bracket
107 Trametes versicolor, Turkeytail
This puts me well over the 100 target for January with still 10 days remaining, and an encouraging number of new species both for me and the reserve. Given there were no fungi records and precious few bryophyte records that was to be expected, but I think fungi may end up contributing more than I had anticipated.
White Dead-nettle also turned out, remarkably, to be new to the reserve list