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Leafy Liverwort



Dense wooded area near creek.

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meloniemeares 10 years ago

Thanks! I will make corrections. It was a fun muddy day filled with interesting finds. And, any other suggestions please tell me. It helps me learn!

MilesBerkey 10 years ago

i doubt this one is brachythecium. It looks allot like a leafy liverwort. You can tell it is a liverwort by pulling one of the tiny leaves off. Most will be bi-lobed it is a distinct feature which sets liverworts apart from mosses. I am unsure of the genus. Nice pics tho.

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Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA

Spotted on Feb 20, 2014
Submitted on Feb 21, 2014

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