Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

rockerboo

Fecha

Octubre 7, 2012 04:39 PM EDT

Descripción

Looks like its growing on a rock.

Callicladium imponens - Photo (c) Ken Kellman, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Callicladium imponens, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 03 septiembre 2021
Apoyo a
Añadido como parte de un cambio de taxón

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

seankani

Fecha

Febrero 17, 2012

Descripción

This Orthotrichum was found growing on an alder tree along the waters of Mud Bay. It was about ten feet up in the air, hence the shot from below. There were also extensive mats of Kindbergia on the ground, and a variety of lichens on the tree.

Pulvigera lyellii - Photo (c) Wendy Feltham, todos los derechos reservados
Identificación de skoksvalley: Pulvigera lyellii, un miembro de Musgos (Familia Orthotrichaceae)
Añadido el 24 agosto 2020
Apoyo a
Añadido como parte de un cambio de taxón

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

rockerboo

Fecha

Octubre 7, 2012 04:39 PM EDT

Descripción

Looks like its growing on a rock.

Hypnum imponens - Photo (c) Ken Kellman, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Hypnum imponens [inactive], un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 20 noviembre 2012
Disidente
(Especie o grupo inactivo)

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Garza Morena (Ardea herodias)

Observ.

bigkage

Fecha

Septiembre 5, 2009

Descripción

On the shore of Hood Canal.

Etiquetas

Garza Morena - Photo (c) Dan Roach, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Garza Morena (Ardea herodias)
Añadido el 20 noviembre 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Abril 12, 2012

Descripción

On a log near the trail, this grows nice a big here.

Hylocomium splendens - Photo (c) Sheila, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Hylocomium splendens, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 19 mayo 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Musgos de Turbera (Género Sphagnum)

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Abril 26, 2012

Descripción

We found this growing in the ditch on the road that leads to the Upper South Fork Skokomish trail.

This was a surprise find!

Musgos de Turbera - Photo HermannSchachner, sin restricciones conocidas de derechos (dominio público)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Musgos de Turbera (Género Sphagnum)
Añadido el 19 mayo 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

boedan27

Fecha

Marzo 18, 2012

Descripción

I observed this moss at approximately 17:00 in the woods behind where I live. The temperature was about 55 degrees Fahrenheit and sunny. This dendroid moss lived upon a rotting log on the forest floor. The plant did not have rhizome-like rhizoids.

Leucolepis acanthoneura - Photo (c) Ken-ichi Ueda, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Leucolepis acanthoneura, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 30 marzo 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Marzo 19, 2012

Lugar

Lacey (Google, OSM)

Descripción

Found both male and female plants side by side in full "flower"

Polytrichum juniperinum - Photo (c) Zihao Wang, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Polytrichum juniperinum, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 30 marzo 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Marzo 4, 2012

Descripción

This moss is a relative new comer to North America. It is native to Europe. In Europe it is used for packing material when mailing items. It is believe that this moss came to North America via the mail.

In North America it is said to grow exclusivly in urban yards. This is not true as it also grows on the side walks.

I hope this moss invades and takes over my entire lawn so I won't have to mow it anymore.

Pseudoscleropodium purum in the Pacific Northwest
Elva Lawton
The Bryologist , Vol. 63, No. 4 (Winter, 1960), pp. 235-237
Published by: American Bryological and Lichenological Society
Article Stable URL: http://0-www.jstor.org.cals.evergreen.edu/stable/3240561

A European Feather Moss, Pseudoscleropodium purum, Naturalized Widely in New York State in Cemeteries
Norton G. Miller and Norman Trigoboff
The Bryologist , Vol. 104, No. 1 (Spring, 2001), pp. 98-103
Published by: American Bryological and Lichenological Society
Article Stable URL: http://0-www.jstor.org.cals.evergreen.edu/stable/3244919

Pseudoscleropodium purum - Photo (c) Ben Keen, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Pseudoscleropodium purum, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 11 marzo 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Marzo 10, 2012

Descripción

This is fun little moss that was lodged in the cracks of a small brick wall. It always seems to grow with grimmea.

The genus has been changed to
Syntrichia but it's only listed at Tortula in Inat. This is the model moss for studying dessication tolerance. It is also an urban moss that can tolerate some pollution.

Tortula muralis - Photo (c) Richard Carter, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Tortula muralis, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 11 marzo 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Marzo 10, 2012

Descripción

I really like this cute little cushion moss. I think the way that it keeps it's sporophytes tucked in is really cute. But I can't see this without a hand lens or a microphotograph.

This was hanging out on a brick wall with it's friend Tortula muralis. Tortula has the upright sporophytes in the background. I always see those two mosses growing together. They like the same niche I think.

Why does Tortula muralis get all the press when this moss is so much more adorable?

Grimmia pulvinata - Photo (c) Jon Mortin, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Grimmia pulvinata, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 11 marzo 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

clockradiofloss

Fecha

Marzo 2, 2012

Lugar

Hoqiam, WA (Google, OSM)

Descripción

On well decayed Tsuga heterophylla, on Beacon Hill Drive

Buxbaumia - Photo (c) Rob Curtis, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-SA)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Género Buxbaumia, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 04 marzo 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

calyptra

Fecha

Febrero 25, 2012

Descripción

I actually found this simple thalloid liverwort a few weeks ago, but I had to go back to do a photo shoot with it! The streambank where it was growing was a mixture of gravel sized rocks. It was both submerged in the fast running water and up on the bank. the sizes of the thalli varied greatly. Some were probably 1cm in length while others like this one pictured were more than 6cm long! The midrib really thins out before the margins, and if you look closely the dark green color becomes somewhat translucent toward the edges.

Aneura pinguis - Photo (c) Donna Pomeroy, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Aneura pinguis, un miembro de Hepáticas Foliosas (Clase Jungermanniopsida)
Añadido el 27 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

No hay fotos o sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Febrero 3, 2012

Descripción

This large showy moss was escaping from an urban lawn and growing on the sidewalk on the north side of the block.

This moss seemed out of place in the city, it was too big and it seemed like it should be growing on a rotten log in the forest.

It was so big I thought it was a Rhytidiadelphus but it did not have a red stem and it was not growing in the right place to be that and it is julaceous.

I took it home and tried and tried to key it out with Madrono and then gave up and found it in my BBS book almost the instant I opened it.

I keyed it out in my BBS book too. Everything looks correct down to the quadrate basal cells near the costa up to the cucullate apex.

I forgot to take a macro photograph of it, but it looks big and julaceous. It's growth habit is prostrate to arching with somewhat unevenly pinnate branches. This is a pluerocarp but no sporophytes were present. The leaves are plicate, and the leaf shape is cordate.

One book that I read said that this moss grows exclusivly in urban lawns.

I think that in the true Scleropodium mosses the costa goes all the way up to the apex.

OK I did some more research and now I know why this was so much easier to find in my British moss book. This moss has only been in North America for a little while. They think it came here in packing material, it is endemic to Europe.

Pseudoscleropodium purum - Photo (c) Ben Keen, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Pseudoscleropodium purum, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

lemurph2

Fecha

Febrero 23, 2012

Descripción

Found on Thursday 23 February 2012 at around 13:00 very near the beach off of the Everegreen beach trail. Found growing in very sandy soil on slope underneath outsticking tree roots. Very shady, moist habitat. Appears to be acrocarpous; sporophytes present and appear to be growing out of the tips of some stems. Identified as Fissidens genus by the presence of vaginant laminae.

Fissidens bryoides - Photo (c) Oskar Gran, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Fissidens bryoides, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

dkennedy

Fecha

Febrero 18, 2012

Descripción

Park at Fir Meadows. Found what I believe to be Red Roof Moss growing on cement and on the ground around a cement block at the edge of the park. It is amall and growing in tufts. The sporophytes are reddish with upright capsules. The leaves are lance shaped and come to a sharp point.

Ceratodon purpureus - Photo (c) Kathy Webb + Bill Depew, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Ceratodon purpureus, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

clockradiofloss

Fecha

Febrero 20, 2012

Descripción

On branch of rotten log next to willaby creek loop trail, Quinault, WA

Scapania bolanderi - Photo (c) Richard Droker, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Scapania bolanderi, un miembro de Hepáticas Foliosas (Clase Jungermanniopsida)
Añadido el 26 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Febrero 17, 2012

Descripción

This was growing about 35 feet up a very mature Big Leaf Maple tree (Acer macrophyllum). The tree with its many truncks fell across the trail so I was able to investigate the mid level-bryophytes growing on it.

Dorsal lobes are smaller than ventral lobes, both sets of lobes have teeth. Ventral lobe runs down stem, dorsal lobe does not.

This is growing as a turf with the tips curled down. On side view a stem looks very much like a green millipede with a red head.

Lobes are serrate at tip but entire near the base. Dorsal lobe is 1mm x 1mm ventral lobe is 2mm x1.5mm.

Cells are round to ovate size 25-30um. Plant is up to 5mm wide.

Green ovate balls on stalks were under dorsal lobes at tips of plant, if they were gemmea they were very big as I could clearly see the capsule and stalk with a 60X dissecting scope. Slo I think they must have been young sporophytes, especiall since I read that gemmea are only 2 celled.

Scapania undulata - Photo (c) mossy, todos los derechos reservados, uploaded by mossy
Identificación de skoksvalley: Scapania undulata, un miembro de Hepáticas Foliosas (Clase Jungermanniopsida)
Añadido el 19 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

seankani

Fecha

Febrero 15, 2012

Descripción

This Kindbergia oregana was found growing in rich humus under cedar trees right by the waters of Mud Bay.

Kindbergia oregana - Photo (c) kem_luther, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Kindbergia oregana, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 19 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

seankani

Fecha

Febrero 17, 2012

Descripción

This Orthotrichum was found growing on an alder tree along the waters of Mud Bay. It was about ten feet up in the air, hence the shot from below. There were also extensive mats of Kindbergia on the ground, and a variety of lichens on the tree.

Orthotrichum lyellii - Photo (c) Wendy Feltham, todos los derechos reservados
Identificación de skoksvalley: Orthotrichum lyellii [inactive], un miembro de Musgos (Familia Orthotrichaceae)
Añadido el 19 febrero 2012
Disidente
(Especie o grupo inactivo)

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Febrero 17, 2012

Descripción

Found lots of this today but this time I found both male and female plants growing next to each other. This was on a West facing slope near a small creek.

Conocephalum conicum - Photo (c) Richard Droker, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Conocephalum conicum [inactive], un miembro de Hepáticas Talosas (Clase Marchantiopsida)
Añadido el 18 febrero 2012
Principal
(Especie o grupo inactivo)

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

calyptra

Fecha

Febrero 14, 2012

Descripción

This beautiful Hylocomium splendens was everywhere at the Shadow Lake Peat bog. This moss was thriving in this wet, waterlogged area, and gladly sharing the bog Sphagnum among other species.

Hylocomium splendens - Photo (c) Sheila, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC-ND)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Hylocomium splendens, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 17 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

calyptra

Fecha

Febrero 12, 2012

Descripción

I found this dendroid moss growing on the trunk of a Acer macrophyllum, or Big Leaf Maple tree. There are so many sporophytes on these mosses right now it was quite a sight! The conditions where I found this moss were very wet. The tree was less than a foot away from a large pond, and the moss was under the protective covering of not only the Maple, but of all the other dense overstory that was surrounding it. A lot of this area is cleared, but this moss was thriving in areas where there were stands of trees more than 5 thick.

Etiquetas

Leucolepis acanthoneura - Photo (c) Ken-ichi Ueda, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Leucolepis acanthoneura, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 17 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

calyptra

Fecha

Febrero 14, 2012

Descripción

This moss was growing on the bottom side of the roots of what was probably Tsuga heterophylla. I wanted to post it because of the way that this feather-like moss was cascading down from this trees roots. This particular specimen was located in a peat bog, that surprisingly had high diversity of bryophyte species. I saw many types of mosses and liverworts there.
This Kindbergia was occupying a small nook of the tree roots, holding its own. The length of the shoots is quite long, although I did not take exact measurements.

Kindbergia oregana - Photo (c) kem_luther, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-SA)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Kindbergia oregana, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 15 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Febrero 9, 2012

Descripción

These were growing in a disturbed area at the Evergreen State College. They were under a Western Red Cedar tree and in a lawn, next to a sidewalk and a parking lot. The exposure is southern but it is still a some what moist site due to the forest canopy.

I went out and grabbed these during lunch when I heard that Shana Gross was going to teach us how to do leaf cross sections in the afternoon.

Shana is a master moss slicer! Everybody ooohed and ahhed at her amazing display of skill and agility on the dissecting scope.

After about an hour, I managed to get one good cross section, so here it is at 400 times manification. It is 137 microns from top to bottom. The original leaf was 5mm long and 1mm wide. That's big for a moss leaf... sigh..

I failed to get a mushroom gill cross section all of last quarter. So I was quite pleased to actually be able to finally cross section something today.

Polytrichum juniperinum - Photo (c) Zihao Wang, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Polytrichum juniperinum, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 12 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

james5

Fecha

Abril 24, 2010
Oxalis exilis - Photo (c) David Lyttle, todos los derechos reservados
Identificación de skoksvalley: Oxalis exilis, un miembro de Tréboles (Subgénero Oxalis)
Añadido el 12 febrero 2012
Disidente

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Febrero 4, 2012

Descripción

Got a good macro shot of this with some Ochrolechia lichen, so thought I would share it.

Frullania - Photo (c) Armand Turpel, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Género Frullania, un miembro de Hepáticas Foliosas (Clase Jungermanniopsida)
Añadido el 12 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mossy

Fecha

Febrero 11, 2012
Rhytidiadelphus - Photo (c) Almantas Kulbis, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Género Rhytidiadelphus, un miembro de Musgos Y Parientes (Filo Bryophyta)
Añadido el 12 febrero 2012
Principal

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

calyptra

Fecha

Febrero 8, 2012

Descripción

This Porella was swelling like a balloon on the tree that it was hanging on, because it was so full of water.
It was a misty wet morning when I was out for a walk and noticed it. This leafy liverwort was hard to pass up since it looked like it was wax, dripping down the trunk of a Big leaf maple. The sporophytes are mostly dehisced in 4 valves making this specimen especially interesting to look at. Since the Porella was so full of water at the time that I found it, the underleaves were especially apparent, as well as the complicate bilobed leaves.

Etiquetas

Porella navicularis - Photo (c) Krissa Klein, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Porella navicularis, un miembro de Hepáticas Foliosas (Clase Jungermanniopsida)
Añadido el 12 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

brian

Fecha

Mayo 2010
Adiantum pedatum - Photo (c) Scott King, algunos derechos reservados (CC BY-NC)
Identificación de skoksvalley: Adiantum pedatum, un miembro de Helechos Culantrillo (Género Adiantum)
Añadido el 12 febrero 2012
Apoyo a

Estadísticas

  • 32