Some Bryophytes found in Norfolk in October
A very small Fissidens growing on Chalk soil in Danby Wood just on the edge of Norwich.
Presumed Green Pocket-moss (Fissidens viridulis)
Does have a border and the edge of the leave appears concave.
Green Yoke-moss (Zygodon viridissimus) with one or two
Bluish Veilwort (Metzgeria fruticulosa)
Fox-tail Feather-moss (Thamnobryum alopecurum)
This 'normally' stands up like a tree. A tree-like moss. But on this occasion it was lying flat down a steep roadside bank.
Having been to Wales recently where it grows in streams and looks very different from its 'normal' self this one also took a while to identify.
This is a branch leaf whereas the stem leaves have a much broader end close to the stem.
BBS Website description.
Young Nees' Pellia (Pellia neesiana) from the base of the Cliffs at Cromer.
Intermediate Screw-moss (Syntrichia intermedia)?
Although growing st the base of a Poplar tree.
The leaf has a waist, recurved margins below the waist and the hair point has small coarse teeth. Also spirals when it is dry.