Highlight was definitely the Barn Owl which I saw from the car on the western flank of the square one evening. I returned two nights later and, even though it was quite dark, had great views of it hovering 10 yards away. I have lived here almost 10 years and this is the first time I've ever seen one along my road.
215 - False Black Widow Spider
216 - Parophonus maculicornis (beetle)
217 - Bracken Map Fungus
218 - Barn Owl
219 - Springy Turf-moss
220 - Lithobius forficatus (centipede)
221 - Common Pill Woodlouse
222 - Silky Wall Feather-moss
223 - White Rust Fungus (A. candida)
224 - Schrenkensteinia festaliella
225 - Common Pygmy Woodlouse
226 - Mathonica silvestris (spider)
227 - Rat (invoking the recently dead rule - squished in the road!)
228 - Thale Cress
229 - Danish Scurvygrass
230 - Spurge Rust Fungus
231 - Hawthorn Shieldbug
232 - Nettle Ground Bug
I have found the little tips people have given out on here, and on Facebook, very useful, especially for things like these tiny fungi which I wouldn't have even spotted. So keep them up guys.
Silverfish in the kitchen
Yellow-v Moth on the biscuit tin. A speciality of the islands and common inside our house, also occurs on Scilly.
Schrenkensteinia festaliella on my sleeve - probably just emerged from the tiny bramble in the corner of the garden.
I attempted my first spider dissection and pulled out these female bits from a 'house spider' type thing. I think, looking at the internet, that this must be Malthonica silvestris due to its highly looped and curved vulva (wha-hey!)