As an ecologist and biodiversity researcher and recorder, the author visits a wide range of rural and urban habitats mainly close to his home in Sedlescombe near Hastings, East Sussex, UK. The weblog covers the full spectrum of wildlife, from mammals to microbes. As well as details of encounters with England’s flora and fauna, information on where to see species of interest is often given.
Saturday, March 27, 2010
One of the more modest spring manifestations is the fruiting of some of the liverworts.
This one is variable-leaved crestwort (Lophocolea heterophylla) a common species often found on damp decaying logs. This example was in our Sedlescombe garden.