Anyway, additions as follows:
Amaurobius similis - a spider, re-checked last week's one and confirmed.
Heterobasidium annosum - Root Fomes - a lumpy brackety fungus around a conifer stump in our chicken run.
Dacrymyces stillatus - Common Jellyspot - confirmed after uncertain record earlier this year
Orchesella villosa - a springtail - what a cool little thing, keyed from online key, seems fairly clear.
Lithobius forficatus - a centipede - very common species, found under a brick in the garden.
Oxychilus draparnaudi - Draparnaud's Glass Snail - happy with genus, and 12 mm wide, no garlic smell - identified to species on apparently rapidly widening outer whorl and relatively large umbilicus. Happy for more opinions though on photos!
Phytomyza chaerophylli - occupied mine in cow parsley
Lesser Celandine - been seeing leaves for a while and just realised I hadn't added the species yet
Barbula unguiculata - Bird's-claw Beard-moss - pretty sure about this one, found on soil in a small wood; struggle to see recurved margins but can just about convince myself, and looks fine otherwise.
Wild Privet - found along roadside in a hedge, with berries
Buzzard - after seeing several displaying just outside the square, one finally did the decent thing and drifted into the required airspace!
So, this gets me to 197. Moth-trap's on but it's dropped below freezing so not confident that the haul will rise above the current 2 Pale Brindled Beauties that are sat by the light at present. Got to find three more tomorrow though surely!
Oxychilus draparnaudi I think?