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The extremely rare Cornish path moss (Ditrichum cornubicum) was first discovered in 1963 and only identified as a distinct species in 1976…
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This very rare moss can grow either as a dense mat of plants or a scattered group of individuals. It is yellowish-green in colour and its…
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Information on Fissidens hydropogon is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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Silky swan-neck moss forms very robust, dark green or olive-green plants. The leaves are very long and narrow, measuring between 3.0 and 8.5…
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