Pressed into a crevice on a larch was an Orange Ladybird. Under a fallen birch branch I found Porcellio scaber, Trichoniscus pusillus/provisorius and a geophilid centipede which I’ve not found online resources for. In various birch stumps I managed to find a darkling beetle, Nalassus laevioctostriatus; a bunch of small myrmicene ants, Temnothorax nylanderi; and a small species of wood-boring weevil:
I didn't get up to much this weekend thanks to snow and man-flu but I did manage to add Buzzard to my square's list. We also had a woodcock in our apartment block's tiny garden; shame it's not within the square!
I'm currently on 77 species and wondering whether it's fair to tick practically impossible aggregates like T. pusillius/provisorius and Melanotus castanipes/villosus.