Botany Blog Plants of the Northeastern U.S.

June 18, 2011

Rhodobryum roseum

Filed under: North American Native Plants,Seedless Plants — admin @ 09:30

Rhodobryum roseum is an attractive moss that grows primarily on thin soils over rocks in woodlands. The upper leaves form a crowded rossette that becomes erect and rather contorted when dry. Sporophytes are rarely produced.

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