Sphagnum fimbriatum:



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Sphagnum_fimbriatum-Fundort_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
Habitus, an old peat cutting, birch carrMicroscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sphagnum_fimbriatum-Sporen_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
Head with dehisced capsulesMicroscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sphagnum_fimbriatum-Sporen-nah_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
A closer look at the capsulesMicroscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sphagnum_fimbriatum-blv_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
Branch leaf, ventral. The branch leaf is lanceolate or ovate-lanceolate, apex with inrolled margins. Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sphagnum_fimbriatum-blv-400xN_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
Branch leaf, ventral, close view. The hyalocytes show one or more pores.Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sphagnum_fimbriatum-blv-QS_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
Branch leaf, cross section. Typical feature of section "Acutifolia": The chlorocyts are widely exposed on the adaxial surface and narrowly exposed on the abaxial. Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sphagnum_fimbriatum-sl_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
Stem leaf. The stem leaf is fimbriate around the whole of the upper part. This differs S. fimbriatum from all other S. species. Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sphagnum_fimbriatum-Stammhyalodermis_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
The stem hyalodermis shows no spiral filaments. Here and there the cells are with pores. Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sphagnum_fimbriatum-StammQS-100xN_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
Stem, cross section. The hyalodermis is 2-3 layered. Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto
Sphagnum_fimbriatum-StammQS-630xN_K.jpg Sphagnum fimbriatum

Wietzendorfer Moore, July 2008
Stem, cross section. A closer look at the border. Microscopy, Stereomicroscope, Microfoto