I have never seen Gentianella amarella (Autumn Gentian) or Epipactis helleborine (Broad-leaved Helleborine) on Skye and I have recently become aware of two additional sites for Potentilla crantzii (Alpine Cinquefoil). All these are in the Suardal/Torrin area on the Durness Limestone.
I only found one of these species today, the gentian, which is subsp. amarella:
I hope to have better luck with the cinquefoil next May when it will be in flower.
There were some late-flowering primroses:
and white-flowered Centaurea nigra (Common Knapweed):
I checked up on the only known plants on Skye of Asplenium ceterach (Rustyback Fern), which were in good health:
The limestone pavement had plenty of Epipactis atrorubens (Dark-red Helleborine) and in some places there was Calmagrostis epigejos (Wood Small-reed) and Elymus caninus (Bearded Couch) growing together in the grikes.
Finally, a view of Loch Cill Chriosd from the south with lumpy foreground interest: