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Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by Patrice, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. Patrice

    Patrice Guru Class Expert

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    Hi,
    this morning, I have moved a bunch of fissiden fonteanus I got last summer. Hidden in it, I have found a strange moss that was growing. I have never seen that kind of plant and maybe someone here can help me find it's ID

    unfortunatly I only have a small steam of it. here is some picture:
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  2. Tom Barr

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    It's actually a liverwort near as I can tell from the image.
    I've found it in several spots, a lot in Florida, it's very small, maybe 2-3mm wide?

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    Tom Barr
     
  3. Patrice

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    yeah it's about 3 to 4 ml wide. I ordered the fissiden from singapour so I gess that plants comes from there.
     
  4. Tom Barr

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    Keep it cool and not in intense light. It's all over the Ichetucknee river, most mistake it as a moss.


    The lobes are not truly dissected. They re attached to each other by the thallus, as well as by the "stem".


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    Tom Barr
     
  5. Patrice

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    thanks! i'll try to let it grow and see what it look like.
     

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