There are three mosses and to arrive at species level is generally not possible with field photographs. In your photographs at different angles I could find 1) a Campylopus sp. 2) a Plagiomnium sp. and a Hypnobryales member (could not even arrive at genus level).
The best I could do.
this seems to be a species of the genus Plagiomnium of Family Mniaceae
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