Found on one of the Bridges, paths between the Conifer trees,
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No interactions present.
The second picture that you later added is a different species. It would be best to remove it from this observation and create a new observation for it.
Thanks for your help, i have removed the photo.
Thank you for your work in helping me ID this.
... but I don't know if it's correct. We ideally need the input of a generous expert. Those squamules (tiny scales) near the base seem unusual.
I think you're probably right - subulata often has lots of squamules in the lower parts. I'm not convinced I can separate subulata and glauca without chemical test (paraphenyline diamine), but glauca usually has the furrow up the side which is usually absent in subulata.
Thanks again for your help,
Lat/Lng: 54.78036, -4.52602
OS grid ref: NX376457