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Campylophyllum calcareum, photographed at Twywell Gullet on the 2007 Spring Field meeting in Northamptonshire.
Amphidium mougeotii forms large cushions on moist acid rock crevices and gullies in Western Britain.
Campylopus setifolius is an oceanic species of acid humid places known from NW Wales, the Lake District, the Western Highlands and the west of Ireland.
Cephalozia connivens, a fairly widespread liverwort of wet acid places, photographed here at Whixall Moss, Shropshire, during the 2007 Autumn Meeting excursion.
Dicranum bergeri is a British Red Data Book moss of raised bogs, photographed here at Whixall Moss, Shropshire, during the 2007 Autumn Meeting excursion.
Splachnum sphaericum photographed by Gordon Rothero on Ben Nevis.
The thallose liverwort Athalamia hyalina is the only British member of the Cleveaceae, and was first discovered in the Eastern Scottish Highlands by Gordon Rothero in 1999.
Oedipodium griffithianum is an uncommon plant of rock crevices in the montane northwest of Britain. Note the muliticellular gemmae.
Riccardia palmata is a mainly north-western liverwort, typically found on moist decorticated logs in sheltered woodland. Photographed on the field trip to Nant Gwynant at the 2005 Bangor meeting.
Gemmiferous shoots of Leiocolea heterocolpos (now Mesoptychia heterocolpos). In sandstone crevice of mountain crag. Ben Griam Beag (NC825407) 350 m. v.-c. 107 (East Sutherland). 06 July 2006.