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Some leaves have blunt tips and others appear tapered, so I'm torn between S. ruralis subsp. ruralis (great hairy screw-moss) and S. ruralis subsp. ruraliformis (sand-hill screw-moss), but either way, I agree that it's S. ruralis.
Its reassuring that someone else agrees with me on this one. i was uncertain when i keyed it out. thanks lewis
I am requesting that you add the tag Bryophyte as this will act as a further ID aid by virtue of attracting those who specialise in mosses, liverworts and hornworts. Thanks in advance,
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