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Description: This evergreen moss consists of dense mats of whitish green leafy stems that are up to 1 cm. tall and 5 cm. (2″) or more across. The sparingly. čeština: Prutník stříbřitý. Deutsch: Silbermoos, Silberbirnmoos English: Silvergreen Bryum Moss français: Bryum d’Argent. Habitat. Bryum argenteum is common moss of urban areas. Plants commonly grow in cracks in pavement, on mineral soil, stones, but also in more natural.

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Springer Link – Polar Biology. Published Aug 8. Retrieved October 27, argenreum Although it seems to grow widely, it is not cultivated and is reported to have failed in flower pots of soil Fletcher Cambridge University Press, United Kingdom.

View other plants in this family QR code link View other plants in this genus. The biology of mosses: This page was last edited on 18 Novemberat However, overseas it is reported to be of value in pollution monitoring and control.

Desiccation tolerance in bryophytes: The genus Bryum is the largest genus of the family Bryaceae. Bryum argenteum is one of the most cosmopolitan mosses found throughout South Africa.

Silvergreen bryum moss Scientific classification Kingdom: Bryum argenteumthe silvergreen bryum moss or silvery thread moss[1] is a species of moss in the family Bryaceae. Google QR Code Generator. This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

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It is one of the most common urban mosses of inner cities and can be easily recognized without a microscope. Biogeography and conservation of bryophytes.

Conservation Status Status None. Archived from the original on The species is often spread by vegetative qrgenteum clinging to the shoes of people and the feet or hooves of animals.

Bryum argenteum – Wikipedia

Being a nitrogen loving species, it is also found on nitrophilic soils in urban areas. Atlas of Living Australia. It is most easily recognized by its whitish or silvery green leaves. The plant is perennial. Login to add your Comment Not registered yet?

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Flora of southern Africa, part 1, fasc. The sporophytes vryum of yellow to reddish brown, short, arched setae, mm long and red-brown capsules, 1 – 2 mm long, drooping and wrinkled when dry. This is due to its ability to tolerate drought and pollution of urban environments.

Bryum argenteum is a bryophyte moss that forms very close tufts or cushions; it occurs in patches or aggenteum found as scattered individuals mixed with other mosses. In sub-Saharan Africa it consists of about 93 species.

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This is because the broadly ovate shaped single leaflets in the tip do not form chlorophyll. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies.

Bryum argenteum – Wikispecies

The species is silvery-green or whitish-green colored when dry. Plants have the potential to pick up or disperse these species at each point of transfer. The leaves are crowded and tightly held to the stem, overlapping each other, broadly ovate and concave and green below. It is found growing among lawns as well as in other moss communities.

The upper surface is hyaline transparentusually bryun a tapering, short point. The dehydration and rehydration transcriptomes in the desiccation-tolerant bryophyte Bryum argenteum. It is widespread in driveways, on sidewalks and in back yards. The species epithet argenteum refers to the characteristic silvery colour of bryjm plant. An adaptable plant, it has a cosmopolitan distribution and is found in Europe, North America, the deserts of Australia and in Antarctica.

Argemteum Plants described in Cosmopolitan species Flora of Antarctica. It is prevalent in atmospherically polluted areas e. In damp, undisturbed locations, the branches may also form a more horizontal growth habit.