Rough-stalked feather-moss or Brachythecium rutabulum

Rough-stalked feather-moss






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Rough-stalked feather-moss

Rough-stalked feather-moss can be found on the floor of the
woods or on old walls, and is very common.
The top of the steel is light colored, makes it easy to
recognize.
Rough-stalked feather-moss grows on every soil . but prefers
shadow.It will also grow on brick and mortar walls.
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description

The colorr of this mos is yellow-
green, seen from a distance. It can be easely recignized.




    mosses or Bryophytes

    These are small evergreen plants that can be found
    on wet or damp shady places. They have a tiny root system
    and reproduce by forming spores. Many mosses are less than
    2cm long, very rarely more than 20 centimeter. Most mosses
    can be found in the tropical regions, but mosses and
    liverworts can even be found on Antartica.
    The mosses are called Bryophytes and there are three divisions:
    The mosses, liverworts, and hornworts
    Mosses are different than the higher plants: mosses don't have
    vasculair tissue. So the stems, leaves and roots contain no
    vasculair tissue and are therefor not capable to transport large
    amounts of fluids. Most mosses consist of haploid cells: cells that have only one
    sample of every chromosome (this is written as n), all the higher
    plants (and animals)have two samples of every chromosome,
    written as 2n. Have a look at the reproduction of common hair cap:





    Moss structures:

    Roots
    Mosses have small tiny basal processes which
    have the function and as roots, but have more the function
    rhizoid holdfasts, they are called rhizomes.
    Leaves
    The leaves of roots don't contain vasculair tissue and are only
    one cell thick, they are called phyllids,
    The stem
    The stem don't contain vasculair tissue or , but have
    hydroid cells that store water.The stem is also called
    shoot.
    This website shows the common mosses:

    Cyress-leaved plait-moss
    Rough-stalked feather-moss
    common hair cap
    Grimmia pulvinata












    Growing on a wall

    These plants grow on chalcky old walls.

    Wall-rue (Asplenium ruta-muraria)
    Maidenhair spleenwort (Asplenium trichomanes)
    Tongue fern (Asplenium scoloendrium)
    Red valerian (Centranthus ruber)
    Sticky Hornweed (Cerastium glomeratum)
    Kenilworth Ivy (Cymbalaria muralis)
    Fleabane (Erigeron karvinskianus)
    Herb Robert (Geranium robertianum)
    Purple Toadflax (Linaria purpurea)
    Sweet Alyssum (Lobularia maritima)
    Wall pepper (sedum acre)
    wall lettuce (Mycelis muralis)
    sticky-weed (Parietaria judaica)
    Red valerian
    Yellow Corydalis (Pseudofumaria lutea)
    Sempervivum (sempervivum)
    Wallflower (Erysimum cheiri)

    (Grimmia pulvinata)
    Rough-stalked feather-moss (Brachythecium rutabulum)






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