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Ian Jeffrey Nov 27
Another "new" species for West Lancs district; the Ulota intermedia. This one has probably been recorded dozens of times in reality but has only been described quite recently, so historically has been recorded as U. bruchii/crispa.
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NarBonezz Oct 16
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Steve Turner Nov 26
Today's today. I'm a big fan of parrot waxcaps. I didn't think I'd be seeing and more this year, but there are a few coming up now! Hygrocybe psittacina
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Naomi #WearAMask ๐Ÿ’œ๐ŸŒพ๐Ÿ•Š Nov 27
Loved these rich colours, this is in ๐Ÿ’šโค โค๐Ÿ’š
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Liam Lysaght Nov 24
Photographing moss is appropriate for the miserable day that we are having in
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Dr Melinda Waterman Nov 26
Great to see many great comments to show how much you and your work mean to research! To someone always keen to listen to our stories, we'll miss working with you. All the best for your next chapter.
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Glen Nov 23
Frosty I found this morning Apparently mosses can create their own antifreeze, which prevents ice crystals from growing through the cell walls and killing them! Very useful for surviving a winter here.
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NativeWoodlandTrust Nov 23
Our two old or ancient woodlands sites are brilliant locations for mosses. St Johns Wood (left) and Ardan Wood (right)
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Grant Oct 25
1961 a Stirling year - thanks โฆโฉ
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philomena plunkett Oct 24
You canโ€™t beat an early walk laced with comfy
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Alison Haynes Nov 22
What have urban environments got to do with ? When it comes to climate change and colonisation - a lot. Speed talk and poster in the Antarctica symposium at
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my_mountain_hideaway Nov 23
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Mogley182 Nov 25
DEEP RUN! 6 of 36 in 31 PLO! LETS GO!!!!
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Rory Hodd Nov 25
Just came across this old photo of one of my favourite mosses, the enigmatic Braunia imberbis (syn Hedwigia integrifolia), a that only grows in a few sites, but is usually abundant where it does grow, such as around
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my_mountain_hideaway Nov 17
In Celtic mythology Silver birch is sacred and symbolises new beginnings and protection ๐Ÿ’š ๐Ÿˆ x ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ท๓ ฌ๓ ณ๓ ฟ
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๐Ÿ Jean Vernon ๐Ÿ Nov 22
There are some very healthy clumps of on the at the top of my garden. So green and lush. No idea what they are but i love their still beauty!
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The Spooky Cat Girl, ZaynaKitty Nov 21
Did a little bit of nature photography in my fiancรฉ's backyard. Look at all of this beautiful moss! I had a lot of fun outside, today โ™ก
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Paul Rose Nov 23
Time for zee Monday Grind! events on start today! GLGL everyone! Anddd of course we're streaming at see you soon!
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Rebecca Bennett Nov 27
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Cumbrian Images Nov 8
The setting sun catches a moss-capped dry stone wall in Miterdale
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