Masses in the lawn, growing luxuriantly amongst the longer grass areas.
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Thanks. Looks like there are two species of moss in the lawn - at least.
Jamie from Briantspuddle
Hi, I don't think the picture you've put up shows any Rhytidiadelphus squarrosus, although it is a common one im lawns. there may be another moss sp. in the middle of the picture but that's not very clear - I would only say one species on this picture.
Having looked at this more closely, the pinnate branching and hints that the stem leaves are significantly larger than the branch ones make me thing Sara is correct. Shows how tricky it can be identifying bryophytes from a single photo!
Agree, the stem leaves are larger but there is no sign they have a different shape than the branch leaves, so I am not 100% convinced either way. May the best ID would be "Eurhynchium sensu lato"?
Q What's the best name for a dispute about mosses?
A A Bryo Fight.
I like it!
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