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Click on the images to enlarge >>>> Bryum junghugianum Cyathodium cavernarum Philonotis thwaitesii Reboulia hemispherica Dumortiera hirsuta Rhodobryum giganteum

Bryum junghugianum Cyathodium cavernarum Philonotis thwaitesii Reboulia hemispherica Dumortiera hirsuta Rhodobryum giganteum
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Bryum pseudotriquetrum
Bryum pseudotriquetrum

This species is rare in the lowlands; commonly on soil, humus, rocks, also epiphytic. Plants medium sized, forming dense tufts, pale to dark green, reddish-brown. Stem erect, branched by innovations, radiculose. Leaves crowded, plane to contorted or crispate, erect-spreading when wet, ovate, lanceolate, apex acute to acuminate, base occasionally decurrent; costae single, subpercurrent; laminal cells smooth, upper and median cells rhomboidal-hexagonal or hexagonal; lower and basal cells short to long oblong or rectangular, marginal cells usually forming a distinct border of long linear cells. Setae elongate, smooth. Capsules horizontal to suberect, urn long oblong.


Click on the images to enlarge >>>> Bryum junghugianum Cyathodium cavernarum Philonotis thwaitesii Reboulia hemispherica Dumortiera hirsuta Rhodobryum giganteum

Bryum junghugianum Cyathodium cavernarum Philonotis thwaitesii Reboulia hemispherica Dumortiera hirsuta Rhodobryum giganteum

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