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Rosulabryum keniae growing on the forest floor beside Phophonyane Falls, Swaziland.
Jamesoniella undulifolia photographed by Gill Stevens
Sphagnum skyense photographed on Barkeval, Isle of Rum by Gordon Rothero during the BBS Summer Meeting 2004
Calyptrochaeta apiculata (formerly Eriopus apiculatus) photographed on Tresco, Isles-of-Scilly, where it has almost certainly escaped from Tresco Abbey Gardens
Orthotrichum obtusifolium found growing on a poplar in the grounds of Fyvie Castle by Chris Preston during the BBS Summer Meeting 2004 in Aberdeenshire.
Tetraplodon mnioides growing on sheep bones, photographed during the BBS Summer Meeting 2003
Bryum calophyllum taken by David Holyoak
Pleuridium acuminatum taken by David Newman, found on the side of a sandy track, Oaken Wood, Barming, Maidstone Kent at the BBS South-east group meeting of 14/2/04.
Brachythecium rutabulum taken by Robert Wesley, in Sixmile Creek valley in the City of Ithaca, New York USA. UK bryologists should be aware that this plant is less common in the USA than in Europe.
Zygodon gracilis taken by Robert Goodison, in North Yorkshire, September 2003.