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SEB Dec 22
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Paloma Antartica 15 Oct 18
Visiting Berlin Botanischer Garten and found exhibition closed. So disappointed!!
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Robbie Blackhall-Miles Oct 19
is home to about 1000 species of (Moss, Liverwort and Hornwort) with about 200 of them threatened with extinction. We have been doing our best to meet as many as possible whilst we are here so…
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Donna Rainey Jan 31
Found this highly attractive today on a dead stump. Any IDs welcome
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Des Callaghan Oct 31
Encouraging amounts of fertile Petalwort (Petalophyllum ralfsii) at Newborough Warren (Wales) presently, here showing a male with antheridium arrowed. Could be a good sporophyte season for this declining dune slack specialist. Survey for .
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Drew Kerkhoff Aug 1
My amazing lab group painted a beautiful mural of some of their research results. across the Western Hemisphere. Great way to end our summer research season
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Feldbotanik Nov 21
Spent my day checking babies
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INHS Herbarium at Illinois Mar 20
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Catherine Duigan 🇮🇪🇪🇺 Feb 3
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Michelle Greve 7 Mar 18
Excited that students are getting training from N Phephu at
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IAB Bryology Oct 24
"Patterns of life-forms are predictable across land cover types" - new paper on from Daniel Spitalea, Petra Maira and Juri Nascimbeneb
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Rebecca Wheeler 11 Nov 17
Pellia endiviifolia producing branches at the tips. meeting Warrington Plant Group 🌿
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Bob McIntosh Nov 24
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Erin Cox Oct 30
Moss thriving on bones of a lemming in an owl pellet. 🌱🦉 @ Cambridge Bay, Nunavut
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SEB Jul 11
Javier M.Abaigar as keynote speaker in the afternoon amusing our siesta with UV-omics
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Jesse Bellemare Jul 18
Beautiful specimen of complex thalloid salebrosum (‘snakewort’) on seepy ledge in neUS. Its reptilian appearance due to dark grooves tracing outlines of air chambers in thallus, each crowned by light green air pore... no stomates for this !
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Hazel France Mostly Plants 13 Nov 18
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Andrew Franks 4 Jul 18
The recently established Australian Bryophyte Network now has a website!
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Jennifer Possley 12 Jun 18
Can I move in here? Looks very cozy.
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Mawddach Walks Mar 7
Meirionnydds marvelous mosses ! Check out the Celtic Rain Forests of Snowdonia for some bingo action ? have some good downloadable field guides to get you started.
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