Systematic documentation of mosses is required for restoration and conservation programmes, because they constitute an important component of biodiversity. The present study is an attempt to inventory mosses of a few sites of the twin districts of Rajouri and Poonch. A total of 21 mosses belonging to 7 orders, 11 families and 16 genera are reported with the family Pottiaceae being the most speciose. In addition, most of the taxa are epilithic.
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