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Cirriphyllum piliferum

Creeping Thistle - Cirsium arvense

Melancholy Thistle - Cirsium heterophyllum

Marsh Thistle - Cirsium palustre

Spear Thistle - Cirsium vulgare

Tree-moss - Climacium dendroides

Wild Basil - Clinopodium vulgare

Found along the boardwalk near to the lake feeder.

Scented Liverwort - Conocephalum conicum

Pignut - Conopodium majus

The white flowers cover the far moor in summer before the seeds turn the area red.

Dogwood - Cornus sanguinea

The red stems of Dogwood can be seen behind the easy access hide.

Hazel - Corylus avellana

The catkins begin to form in late autumn and can open as early as January followed by the tiny red female flowers. By late summer the Hazel nuts are fully formed.

Cotoneaster - Cotoneaster frigidus

New Zealand Pygmyweed - Crassula helmsii

Hawthorn - Crataegus monogyna

"Never cast a clout till May is out!" The blossom or the month?

In autumn the red berries provide food for Blackbirds, Redwings and Fieldfares.

Fern-leaved Hook-moss - Cratoneuron filicinum

Smooth Hawk's-beard - Crepis capillaris

Marsh Hawksbeard - Crepis paludosa

Beaked Hawk's-beard - Crepis vesicaria

Found in profusion at the far end of the obstacle course.

Crosswort - Cruciata laevipes

Lateral Cryphaea - Cryphaea heteromalla

This moss was found in the willow carr.

Ctenidium molluscum

Found when the wetland was survey in July 2012, recorded as 'very local'.

Ctenidium molluscum var molluscum

This moss was found in woodland.

Crested Dog's-tail - Cynosurus cristatus

Galingale - Cyperus longus

Hybrid Orchid (Common Spotted x Northern Marsh) - Dachtylorhiza fuchsii x purpurella

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