Category Archives: Bryophytes

Moss- Bar Harbor, April 14

Ralph Pope’s  Mosses, Liverworts, and Hornworts describes Bryum argenteum as being “very common”, and “with a frosted look caused by white leaf tips”. Could this be that? The white leaf bundle is very small, about 1/8″. I’m assuming that the red capsules … Continue reading

Posted in Bryophytes | Leave a comment

Bryophytes Acadia Nat. Park & MDI 26 Jan. 2017

ID thanks to Roger Rittmaster,  Bartramia pomiformis. This moss is on the access path to the Witch Hole Trail, 44 24′ 14″ N  and 68 14′ 55″ W (sorry I don’t know how to get the degree sign for the notations). … Continue reading

Posted in Acadia National Park, Bryophytes | Leave a comment