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Musgos, Hepáticas Y Parientes Filo Bryophyta

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mberkey

Fecha

Febrero 25, 2012

Descripción

This specimen was found growing on the overhung side of one of my study boulders. It is about three cm tall. It was growing horizontally to upside down. I believe it is an acrocarp. Leaf margins serrate, and the costa extends nearly to the tip. leaves 1 mm. Plant with red to brown branch ends; Falcate when dry. the substrate was a granite boulder about .5 meters from a large creek. I tried keying it out and have no idea what it is.

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Hepáticas Y Parientes Filo Marchantiophyta

Observ.

mberkey

Fecha

Febrero 25, 2012

Descripción

I found this species growing on all of my stream-side study boulders. It was virtually ubiquitous. It was out-competed at the top of the boulder by Thymnobryum neckeroides, and had no presence on the overhung part of the boulder. An important feature to look for in this species is the conspicuous red tuft on the top of the plant.

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Musgos de Turbera Género Sphagnum

Observ.

mberkey

Fecha

Febrero 20, 2012

Descripción

This sphagnum species was found on the lowest part of a suspended boulder within a stream wash. The sphagnum had algae growing on it. Its location on the boulder seemed to be in the seep zone. I didn't know sphagnum could be found outside of a bog, much less on a river polished boulder. It was growing with scapania

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mberkey

Fecha

Septiembre 5, 2011

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Galena, Wa (Google, OSM)

Descripción

I took this picture Last September In Galena last summer while developing a new climbing area. This community of moss and lichen was too beautiful to scrub off. I see some H. splendens, but does anyone know what kind of Lichen is in here?

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Musgos, Hepáticas Y Parientes Filo Bryophyta

Observ.

mberkey

Fecha

Febrero 4, 2012

Descripción

This is a pleurocarpous, mat forming specimen from one of our boulder sites in Gold Bar, Wa. It was found in a tallus field to be dominating the portion of boulder with highest sun exposure. The talus field receives more sun exposure than not, and it south facing. We surveyed the entire boulder (125 sq. ft.) and found it to have at least 10 different species.

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Observ.

mberkey

Fecha

Enero 21, 2012

Descripción

Acrocarp found growing epiphytically on a recently fallen downed Big Leaf Maple. It is common for 4-6 sporophytes to emerge from one archegonia.

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Observ.

mberkey

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Enero 22, 2012

Descripción

This is a species of the Plagiothecium genus. However, i am not certain of the species.

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mberkey

Fecha

Enero 14, 2012

Descripción

The morphology of this species is pleurocarpic. The leaves are very small maybe 1 mm? It was found spreading over rocks, logs and stumps; associated with H. splendens. The surrounding ecology was a coniferous riparian habbitat under full shade. Does anyone know what this is?

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Observ.

mberkey

Fecha

Enero 14, 2012

Descripción

This is an acrocarp bryophyte found growing along a granitic river boulder that was not submerged. The area is at an elevation of 389 meters, and receives considerable rainfall (80"+). the leaves do have a costa that runs to the end of the leaf. I am pretty sure the leaves havn't any teeth. I believe this is Rhizomnium glabrescens but I could be mistaken. Does anyone know what this is?

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