Sphagnum squarrosum, commonly known as the spiky bog-moss or spreading-leaved bog moss is a species of moss which grows in nutrient-rich, damp soil. Typical habitats include woodland, the banks of streams and ditches; it can even be found at high altitude in damp cirques. The species often grows near sedges (Carex), rushes (Juncus) or purple moor grass (Molinia caerulea).
Sphagnum squarrosum plants are green, and have the appearance of spikiness.
- Andy Amphlett and Sandy Payne (2010). "Sphagnum squarrosum". In I. Atherton, S. Bosanquet and M. Lawley (eds.). Mosses and Liverworts of Britain and Ireland. British Bryological Society. p. 281. ISBN 9780956131010. Archived from the original on 21 April 2013.CS1 maint: uses authors parameter (link) CS1 maint: uses editors parameter (link)
- F. E. Tripp (1874). British Mosses, Their Homes, Aspects, Structure and Uses. George Bell and Sons. p. 63.
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