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Noviembre 2, 2019 01:23 PM PDT

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Julio 12, 2018 08:53 PM EDT

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estaengl

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Diciembre 12, 2019 01:00 PM HST

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Musgos, Hepáticas Y Parientes Filo Bryophyta

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estaengl

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Diciembre 12, 2019 01:08 PM HST

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mossgeek

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Marzo 30, 2019 03:35 PM PDT

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Reservoir Canyon trails. Growing all around waterfall and riparian area, completely shaded with cool microclimate compared to the rest of the area. This is the smallest brachythecium!

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kywanderer

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Abril 6, 2019 12:28 PM EDT

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kywanderer

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Abril 6, 2019 12:07 PM EDT

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Note gemmae at leaf tips

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biomania

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Diciembre 17, 2019 03:20 PM HST

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haleymicole

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Abril 18, 2019 02:03 PM EDT

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Noviembre 2, 2019 10:40 AM PDT

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brianw

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Abril 13, 2019 10:05 AM EDT

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brianw

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Marzo 16, 2019 12:36 PM EDT

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hbraunreiter

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Marzo 11, 2019 01:52 PM EDT

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mattnusstein

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Enero 5, 2019 12:16 PM EST

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amanda_h

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Marzo 1, 2019 03:40 AM PST

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This little moss is positively overflowing with asexual propagules called gemmae. If you zoom in on the photo you should be able to see them - they are bright yellow green rounded packets of cells nestled into and falling out of the leaf axils. This is on flat disturbed soil at the base of bush mallow along with many other species of mosses.

The photo taken under the microscope shows one leaf and one gemma. The gemma has little leaf like projections (primordia) and there are many gemmae per leaf axil which indicates G. barnesii

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donut_warfare

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Septiembre 12, 2018 02:10 PM EDT

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This is a sample of Gemmabryum klinggraeffii that was grown in a lab from vegetative propagation of GK from Cherokee Park in Louisville, Kentucky.

This moss was part of a study of the sex ratios in dioecious bryums.

GK is characterized by the raspberry-like rhizoidal tubers.