Creeping feather-moss is pleurocarpous in form, with ovate to lanceolate leaves which end in a fine acute point. It forms creeping mats on decaying tree stumps, hedgebanks and other shaded sites.
It can live under water, and is used as a plant in some home aquariums.
- Watson, E. V. (1981) British Mosses and Liverworts 3rd edn. pp. 340–341
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