Growing on woodland ground; Wide-based stem leaves.
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Common Feather moss is a delicate and pinnately branched moss with the stem leaves distinctly smaller than the branch leaves. The picture looks more like the robust Brachythecium rutabulum
I'm afraid this one is the Brachythecium, the Kindbergia we collected and you correctly id'd was mixed in with the Brachythecium and around the base/on the ground around the rotting stumps we looked at.
I'd have to disagree with Tim on the leaf sizes though as i tend to feel the stem leaves are larger (much wider) than the branch leaves.
Yes, quite right - I got my stems and branches the wrong way round!
Thanks Ben for clarifying the ID. I hope that is to your satisfaction Tim. Ben and a group of us spent an enlightened evening at Merseyside Biobank collecting and using their technology to identify Bryophytes. Regards
As with one of the other comments though, you could do with adjusting the id as Tim suggests, otherwise it could lead to confusion for other iSpot users as all they have to go off is the picture.
Lat/Lng: 53.404384, -2.877153
OS grid ref: SJ417900
Parkland location of Merseyside Biobank (LRC) and National Wildflower Centre.