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Bryums have a bad reputation for being tricky to identify, but this specimen of B. pallens (Pale Thread Moss) growing on rocks by a reservoir on Ben Lawers didn’t pose too much of a problem thanks to it’s salmon-pink colour and distinctly concave leaves. Seen here growing with Bryum pseudotriquetrum and the liverwort Blasia pusilla with it’s characteristic gemmae.
You can see more images on our Species Finder page at https://www.britishbryologicalsociety.org.uk/learning/species-finder/bryum-pallens/
Published: 1 November 2023