Pellia epiphylla, (Liverwort, Metzgeriales):



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Pellia_epiphylla-SM-1_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Lech bank near Füssen, October 2007Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Habitus, stereomicroscope. Here the heart-shaped clipped thallusends are visible.
Pellia_epiphylla-SM-2_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Lech bank near Füssen, October 2007
Thallus, closeup, stereomicroscopeMicroscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Pellia_epiphylla-Oel_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Lech bank near Füssen, October 2007Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Oil bodies are typical for liverworts, here in the upper part of the foto.
Pellia_epiphylla-lamina_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Lech bank near Füssen, October 2007
Lamina cells.Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Pellia_epiphylla-rand_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Lech bank near Füssen, October 2007
Compared to the inner lamina cells the border cells are longish.Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Pellia_epiphylla-habitusSporogon_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Further Moore, brookside, March 2009 Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Habitus with sporogons.
Pellia_epiphylla-Perianth_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Further Moore, brookside, March 2009 Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Perianth with sporogon.
Pellia_epiphylla-Kapsel_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Further Moore, brookside, March 2009 Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sporogon with capsule.
Pellia_epiphylla-KapselOffen_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Further Moore, brookside, March 2009 Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Open capsule with spores and elateres.
Pellia_epiphylla-Spore_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Further Moore, brookside, March 2009 Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Spore
Pellia_epiphylla-Elatere_K.jpg Pellia epiphylla

Further Moore, brookside, March 2009 Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Elatere