Mosses and Liverworts

Forest Floor Moss on the Rocks –Photo by Ian Dubelaar

(from the 2004 Environmental Management Plan)

Mosses

Amblystegium serpens
Amblystegium varium
Anomodon attenuatus
Anomodon rostratus
Atrichum angustatum
Atrichum undulatum
Barbula convoluta
Barbula unguiculata
Brachythecium spp.
Bryum argenteum
Bryum caespiticium
Callicladium haldanianum
Campylium chrysophyllum
Campylium hispidulum
Campylium sp.
Ceratodon purpureus
Cirriphyllum piliferum
Climacium americanum
Climacium dendroides
Desmatodon obtusifolius
Dicranum flagellare
Dicranum montanum
Ditrichum sp.
Drepanocladus aduncus
Encalypta procera
Entodon seductrix
Eurhynchium hians
Eurhynchium pulchellum
Fissidens adianthoides
Fissidens taxifolius
Fissidens sp.
Fontinalis hypnoides
Grimmia apocarpa
Hedwigia ciliata
Homomallium adnatum
Hygroamblystegium fluviatile
Hygroamblystegium tenax
Hymenostylium recurvirostre
Hypnum curvifolium
Hypnum imponens
Hypnum lindbergii
Hypnum sp.
Isopterygiopsis muelleriana
Leptobryum pyriforme
Leptodictyum riparium
Leucobryum glaucum
Leskea polycarpa
Leskeella nervosa
Mnium marginatum
Orthotrichum anomalum
Plagiomnium cuspidatum
Platydictya subtilis
Polytrichum sp.
Rhytidiadelphus triquetrus
Schistidium rivulare
Sphagnum sp.
Taxiphyllum deplanatum
Tetraphis pellucida
Thuidium delicatulum
Thuidium recognitum
Tortella tortuosa
Tortula ruralis
Weissia sp.

Liverworts

Aneura pinguis
Conocephalum conicum
Frullania eboracensis
Lophocolea heterophylla
Marchantia polymorpha
Porella platyphylla
Radula complanata
Reboulia hemisphaerica

 

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