The Great scented liverwort (Conocephalum conicum) belongs to the family Conocephalaceae. It is a liverwort that is native to Japan, the Korean Peninsula, China, Russia, as well as Europe and North America. This liverwort grow on wet rocks or grounds. The fronds are grayish green, 3-15 cm long, 1-2 cm wide, and having snakeskin-like patterns. The plant smells like grass. Male plants bear unstalked, terminal cushions. Female plants have terminal conical receptacles on stalks, which are shortly lobed.