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Wavy-leaved Cotton Moss

Plagiothecium undulatum


Pale green glossy moss with a flattened appearance. Stems little branched and spear-shaped.


Pacific temperate rain forest near sea level.


Found in the forest along the Burns Point trail in Belcarra Park on Burrard Inlet.

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JeanSawatzky 9 years ago

Thanks Miles - I'm just starting to learn about moss.

MilesBerkey 9 years ago

fantastic moss! This P. undulatum was the first moss I keyed out. i believe the new genus name has changed to Buckiella.

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Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada

Spotted on Mar 23, 2014
Submitted on Mar 25, 2014

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