Fayaz. A. Banday1, Zaffer Rashi1, S. Kapila*2 and S.S.Kumar2
1. Ecology Research Laboratory, Department of Botany, Kashmir University,
Srinagar - 190 006.
2. Department of Botany, Panjab University, Chandigarh - 160 014
*Correspondence Author : firstname.lastname@example.org
In a survey of the habitat preference of mosses in Kashmir Himalaya, eight well defined habitats are recognized. Of the large number of studied bryophytes, 16 species of mosses show more or less a restricted habitat preference, while others show a wide range in their habitat colonization.
Key words: Habitat preference, mosses, colonization.