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Selaginella rupestris (L.) Spring

Selaginella rupestris

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Selaginella rupestris, the northern selaginella[2] sometimes locally known as ledge spike-moss or rock spike-moss, is a species of spike-moss occurring in dry rocky places in eastern North America, including one locality in Greenland. It has a wide but sporadic range. In the absence of water, it rolls into a ball for which, it is also known as bird nest moss. Again, when it comes in contact with water, it opens up.

It is listed as imperiled and threatened in the State of Indiana.[3]

References

  1. ^ Nathaniel Lord Britton & Addison Brown - An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada and the British Possessions, 2nd edition (1913)
  2. ^ USDA, NRCS (n.d.). "Selaginella rupestris". The PLANTS Database (plants.usda.gov). Greensboro, North Carolina: National Plant Data Team. Retrieved 9 November 2015.
  3. ^ "Endangered, Threatened, Rare and Extirpated Plants of Indiana" (PDF). State of Indiana website.

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Selaginella rupestris: Brief Summary

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Selaginella rupestris, the northern selaginella sometimes locally known as ledge spike-moss or rock spike-moss, is a species of spike-moss occurring in dry rocky places in eastern North America, including one locality in Greenland. It has a wide but sporadic range. In the absence of water, it rolls into a ball for which, it is also known as bird nest moss. Again, when it comes in contact with water, it opens up.

It is listed as imperiled and threatened in the State of Indiana.

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Selaginella sellowii ( Spanish; Castilian )

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Selaginella sellowii es una planta que pertenece a la familia de las Selaginellaceae. No tiene flores y se reproduce por esporas. Necesita suelo bien drenado, poca agua. Sol al máximo. La altura es de 5 cm; y es nativa de Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brasil, México, Cuba.

Nombre común

Bioderma de aishpapel.

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Selaginella sellowii: Brief Summary ( Spanish; Castilian )

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Selaginella sellowii es una planta que pertenece a la familia de las Selaginellaceae. No tiene flores y se reproduce por esporas. Necesita suelo bien drenado, poca agua. Sol al máximo. La altura es de 5 cm; y es nativa de Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brasil, México, Cuba.

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Selaginella rupestris

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Selaginella rupestris est une espèce de lycopode de la famille des Selaginellaceae que l'on trouve dans les régions rocheuses arctiques de l'Amérique du Nord et une zone restreinte du Groenland. Elle a été décrite par Carl von Linné sous le nom de Lycopodium rupestre[2] et redéfinie par Joseph Antoine Spring sous son nom actuel en 1838.

Notes et références

  1. Flora 21(1): 182. 1838 21 (1): 182 1838
  2. L. Sp. Pl. 2: 1101. 1753

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Selaginella rupestris est une espèce de lycopode de la famille des Selaginellaceae que l'on trouve dans les régions rocheuses arctiques de l'Amérique du Nord et une zone restreinte du Groenland. Elle a été décrite par Carl von Linné sous le nom de Lycopodium rupestre et redéfinie par Joseph Antoine Spring sous son nom actuel en 1838.

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