Monday, 18 May 2015

Epiphytic Bryoerythrophyllum

No photos today, just a couple of snippets of minor interest to acknowledge that I have managed some recording effort in the last week or two, helped by the recent rains.

I guess it is not a common phenomenon to find Bryoerythrophyllum recurvirostrum growing as an epiphyte, but there were a few fruiting tufts growing on a horizontal branch of Sambucus nigra alongside Bryum capillare at Parc Trostre today.

A couple of days back I chanced upon a nice colony of Bryum archangelicum at Whiteford, a new species for me (voucher retained).

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