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By PepperParker
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I bought a ping from California Carnivores a little bit ago and had a stow away that turned out to be a capensis. Now I have something new sprouting in the pot. Anyone know what these little sprouts are?
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By Panman
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Those are sporophyte stalks from the moss. That is how the moss reproduces.
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Panman wrote: Fri Jan 22, 2021 7:03 pm Those are sporophyte stalks from the moss. That is how the moss reproduces.
Oooohhhhh... I had no idea! This is my first plant with live moss. Thanks for the info! It has been so much fun to see life prevail in this little plant pot!
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