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Woodland Trust🌳 27 Mar 19
There are over 20,000 species of on Earth, with over 1,000 found in the UK. Most species inhabit damp or humid places, but they are found all over the world – including mountains and deserts!
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New Phytologist 19 Apr 19
Effects of moisture dynamics on fluxes in a tropical cloud forest
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SEB 10 Jun 18
Visiting Helsinki Botanic Garden at Kaisaniemi. Another one with a display. Well done! We need more visibility at botanic gardens!!!
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FS Tropical Research 10 Mar 19
Partnership supports survey in National Forest, Puerto Rico. 📷 by G. Potts 02/06/2019
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Hannes Becher 17h
growth update: it's day 11. Take a look at these two complex thalloid at
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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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Jenna Ekwealor 🌱💪🏽 Jul 26
Thursday, July 30, 1:30 pm EST! Come to my talk in the Ecophysiology II session and find out what tiny things we're looking at (they're mosses) and how they survive in the desert (they're awesome).
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SEB 22 Dec 18
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Des Callaghan Apr 22
New paper shows there can be much diversity hidden underground in dune slack soil, including species of conservation concern not seen above-ground for decades
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Drew Kerkhoff 1 Aug 19
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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Tom Aspinall 20 Mar 18
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Paloma Antartica 15 Oct 18
Visiting Berlin Botanischer Garten and found exhibition closed. So disappointed!!
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Rebecca Wheeler Oct 15
Having a very dim moment. In the woods without my book or handlens and I can’t remember what this is! Can any kind person help?
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Wild Angus 25 Mar 18
Is it wrong to get excited about beautiful green drystone dykes! 🌿
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Ecology Apr 3
feature from in Mamma knows best: why a generalist selects the less abundant moss for building
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SEB Feb 21
This must be the first time a is iNaturalist’s observation of the day. Good for 𝘛𝘰𝘳𝘵𝘶𝘭𝘢 𝘮𝘶𝘳𝘢𝘭𝘪𝘴!!!
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Donna Rainey 31 Jan 19
Found this highly attractive today on a dead stump. Any IDs welcome
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Hazel France Mostly Plants 13 Nov 18
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Ben Porter 17 Mar 19
Looking forward to exploring the and communities of Llennyrch woods near Trawsfynydd today for a event. A spectacular remnant of ancient Atlantic Welsh woodland. It will be good to put these to use!
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Biodiversity Ireland 20 Aug 18
20 minutes into our field practical at Glengarriff Nature Reserve and we have been tested with several species identifications already!
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