Leucobryum javense (Brid.) Mitt., Mitten, W. (1859). Musci Indiae Orientalis, an enumeration of the mosses of the East Indies. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society, Botany, Supplement, 1, 1–171 (syn: Sphagnum javense Brid.; ≡ Sphagnum javense Brid. (potentially valid) ; = Leucobryum falcatum Müll. Hal. (potentially valid) ; = Leucobryum iridans (Brid.) E. Britton (objectively invalid); = Sphagnum iridans Brid. (objectively invalid) ; = Dicranum megalophyllum Brid. (objectively invalid) (Ambiguous));
SK 3862 25 September 2023 – Moss: 2 high res. images.
Location: Surya Binayak, Bhaktapur, Nepal
Date: 28 August 2023
Habit : Wild
Looks like Leucobryum javense (Brid.) Mitt.
It seems to be member of family Dicranaceae. Not sure about genus and species. But it may be Dicranus or Campylopus. For correct identification mirophotography of leaf, leaf tip, leaf apex, leaf base, leaf middle marginal cells, leaf cells at middle, cells near base, alar cells, c.s. of leaf, c.s. of stem, sporophyte, spore structure etc. are essential.
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