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2015 - Braine-Le-Comte - Mousses des toits


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Mosses are a botanical division of small, soft plants that are typically 1 to 10 cm tall, though some species are much larger, like Dawsonia, the tallest moss in the world which can grow to 50 cm in height. They commonly grow close together in clumps or mats in damp or shady locations. They do not have flowers or seeds, and their simple leaves cover the thin wiry stems. At certain times mosses produce spore capsules which may appear as beak-like capsules borne aloft on thin stalks.

There are approximately 12,000 species of moss classified in the Bryophyta.The division Bryophyta formerly included not only mosses, but also liverworts and hornworts. These other two groups of bryophytes are now placed in their own divisions.

Polytrichum sp.


Kingdom: Plantae








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... photo made 200 km north of arctic cycle on Lofoten Islands, Norway.


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Nikon AF 50mm f/1.4D on 72mm extension tube

focus stack of 38 images

combined with Zerene Stacker (DMap)


Villers-le-Temple - Condroz - Belgique

A vida surge com vitalidade; segue as idas e vindas

de uma corda abraçada no tronco da jabuticabeira.


(Stativ) EOS 5D 105mm Makro 12mm Ex.-Tube

Echtes Apfelmoos

Die kleinen "Äpfelchen" sind die Kapseln (Sporophyten).

TK5509 Burgbrohl

Canon EOS 5D 105mm Makro

Bruchs Krausblattmoos

(Bruch's Pincushion)

Weil's gerade so schön aussieht :-)

TK5407 Altenahr

A large fertile mat growing on the top of an ant hill, behind the high-tide mark on the shore at Lamberton.

In Stringybark Eucalypt forest. Maybe a Hygrocybe firma but I didn't look at the gills.

Viveros para musgo que se acerca la fecha de los belenes :))

Una moda pasajera que se desarrolló a fines del siglo XIX de recoger musgo, condujo al establecimiento de viveros para musgo en muchos jardines. El vivero se construye típicamente de listones de madera, con una cobertura plana, está abierto por su lado del norte (para mantener la sombra). Las muestras del musgo se instalaban en las grietas entre los listones de madera. El vivero del musgo era humedecido regularmente para mantener las condiciones apropiadas para su crecimiento.







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Cerrado minúsculo – Conhecidas popularmente como briófitas, esses diminutos seres são representantes do grupo de plantas pioneiras que conquistaram o ambiente terrestre há mais de 440 milhões de anos atrás. Foi devido à essa conquista, que a nossa casa (florestas, campos, etc) tem o aspecto que tem hoje. Tecnicamente, as briófitas são divididas em três grupos (divisões), as hepáticas (Marchantiophyta), os antóceros (Anthocerotophyta) e os musgos (Bryophyta). Os indivíduos registrados na imagem são do grupo dos musgos, que é o grupo de maior diversidade, dentre os três.


Local do registro: Fazenda Água Limpa/UnB, Distrito Federal.

Foto por: Clapton Moura | Equipe DOC Cerrado

:copyright:2010-2015 Laura Jane Swindle, all rights reserved


Nikon AF-S 105mm f/2.8 VR on 36mm extension tube

focus stack of 108 images

combined with Zerene Stacker (DMap+PMax)


Villers-le-Temple - Condroz - Belgique

Tripod + Nikon D3100 + reversed M42 Pentacon 29/2.8

f8, 2s, iso200

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Numerous moss species coat the lumpy roots of beech trees (Fagus sylvatica) in Plora Wood, Innerleithen in the Scottish Borders.

(Stativ) EOS 5D 105mm Makro 12mm Ex.-Tube

Typisch ist die haarförmig ausgezogene Spitze der Blätter und der breite ausgeprägte Rand mit Saumzellen. (3-5 Reihen). Die Kapsel erhebt sich weit über das Polster und hat ein doppeltes Peristom.

TK5408 Ahrweiler

Canon EOS 5D 105mm Makro 25mm +12mm Ex.-Tube


(Dwarf Swan-neck Moss)

Meist um die 10mm hohe hell-mittelgrüne Räschen. Typisch sind die spreizenden Brutsprösschen mit den eiförmig-lanzettlichen Brutblättchen. Oft tritt diese Moos zusammen mit Cephalozia connivens auf, das im Bild gelbliche kleine Lebermoos mit den zusammenneigenden Blattzipfeln.

TK3611 Hopsten

Gouttes d'eau sur de la mousse.

While walking through the woods I saw a dark place where was the stump covered with a moss. The stump was beautifully illuminated through the crack between the trees. The HDR image was created from seven different frames to capture the scene authentically. Used exposure compensations: -3, -2, -1, 0, +1, +2 and +3 EV.


Exif information is from the intermediate photo.


Hradišťany, Czech Republic

Moss sporophytes. The little capsules, each on a stalk, hold spores, which, if all goes well for them, will be blown away, land somewhere, and grow into a moss gametophyte.


To see more photos of moss sporophytes, by other people, see my gallery, which, so far, has received over 3400 views.


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