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Greater copperwort belongs to a group of plants called liverworts. They are closely related to mosses and, in many cases, resemble them…
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This very small, rare plant is one of the 'leafy' liverworts, which forms thin yellow-green patches on rocks and other bryophytes.…
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Petalwort is a tiny, delicate liverwort, with a flattened pale green thallus, featuring crisped raised projections called 'lamellae', which…
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This small, leafy liverwort grows in pinkish-green to rosy red, or occasionally purplish-brown or coppery coloured mats. It has often been…
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Information on Bryopteris gaudichaudii is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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This species is one of the world's rarest bryophytes. Liverworts vary in appearance, from those with filmy, ribbon-like bodies, to those…
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