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Sand Feather-moss - Brachythecium mildeanum


Brachythecium rivulare


Brachythecium rutabulum


Rape - Brassica napus


Quaking-grass - Briza media

This grass can also be called Dithery Docks.


Hairy Brome - Bromopsis ramosa


Bryoerythrophyllum recurvirostrum


Bryum argenteum


Bryum bicolor


Capillary Thread-moss - Bryum capillare

Found in woodland.


Bryum pseudotriquetrum


Bryum pseudotriquetrum var pseudotriquetrum


Crimson-tuber Thread-moss - Bryum rubens


Buddleja - Buddleja davidii


Flowering Rush - Butomus umbellatus


Calliergon cordifolium


Calliergonella cuspidata


Intermediate Water-starwort - Callitriche hamulata

Recorded during a survey in July and August in 2015


Autumnal Water-starwort - Callitriche hermaphroditica

Found on the wetland.


Various-leaved Water-starwort - Callitriche platycarpa


Water Starwort - Callitriche stagnalis


Heather/Ling - Calluna vulgaris

Heather has been used as thatching and to make brushes and baskets! On the Reserve it provides pollen for the bees during August and September.


Marsh Marigold - Caltha palustris

Marsh Marigold was confined to the Voley ponds and one place in the Scrapes ponds. Not so now and the bright yellow flower heads can be seen through the Scrapes and on the moor. Many insects feed from this flower.


Calypogeia fissa

Found in the willow carr.


Harebell - Campanula rotundifolia

Over the last few years this delicate blue flower has spread across the moor. It flowers in the late summer.


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