- Flower nameSchistostega pennata
- Scientific nameSchistostega pennata
- Alias光苔, Hikarigoke
- Place of origincold region of the northern hemisphere
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths, Hokkaido
- Flowering season
What is Schistostega pennata
Schistostega pennata , goblin gold, Dragon's gold, or Hikari goke (scientific name: Schistostega pennata) originates from the cold region of the northern hemisphere and is a small moss plant reed from the family Schistostegaceae. In Japan, it grows naturally on dark, moist soils such as rock shades, the roots of large trees, and caves in Japan from Chubu region to
Hokkaido. The plant body is less than 1 cm high. It looks as if the cell is reflecting light and glowing green.
Common name: Schistostega pennata, Scientific name: Schistostega pennata, plant height: less than 1 cm.