Leucobryum glaucum:



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Leucobryum_glaucum-Fundort_K.jpg Leucobryum glaucum
Hilden heathland, August 2007
HabitusMicroscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Leucobryum_glaucum-Nahansicht_K.jpg Leucobryum glaucum
Hilden heathland, August 2007
Close upMicroscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Leucobryum_glaucum-Blattrand_K.jpg Leucobryum glaucum
Hilden heathland, August 2007Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Leaf, seamed borderline. Similar to Sphagnum, the leaf consists of chlorocyts and hyalocyts.
Leucobryum_glaucum-Chlorocyten_K.jpg Leucobryum glaucum
Hilden heathland, August 2007
The chlorocyts build up a close meshed network.Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Leucobryum_glaucum-Hyalocyten_K.jpg Leucobryum glaucum
Hilden heathland, August 2007Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Leaf-surface, focus on the hyalocyts, that form a layer each above and beneath the chlorocyts.
Leucobryum_glaucum-QSRippe_K.jpg Leucobryum glaucum
Hilden heathland, August 2007
Cross section through the leaf vein at the leaf node. In average there are 2 layers of hyalocyts as well as above and beneath the chlorocyts.Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Leucobryum_glaucum-QSSpreite_K.jpg Leucobryum glaucum
Hilden heathland, August 2007
Cross section through the leaf blade at the upper third. There is 1 layer of hyalocyts each above and beneath the chlorocyts.Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto