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The Thudium Moss, Thuidium Is Known For Its Fern-Like Appearance And Its Relatively Large Size
The Thudium moss occurs in Nevada, east-central, and southern sections of Illinois. At the same time, in the rest of the state, it is uncommon or absent. Its population thrives throughout North America, and some of its Illinois-based habitats include hillsides, bluffs, deciduous woodlands, pine groves, stream banks, and shaded banks of ravines. Other habitats include shady creek banks, swampy woods, hummocks in tamarack swamps, the bottom of sandstone walls, wet sandstone boulders in canyons, and underneath trees in hill prairies along rivers. Thudium moss grows in higher quality natural areas, and when it dries out, Thudium changes from a lush appearance to dried-up-looking fern fronds. You do not have to worry once you hydrate them, as they change back quickly. It grows on just about every surface, from soils to rocks to concrete walls.
The Thudium Moss, Thuidium Grows In Wet And Shady Conditions And Grows Anywhere Even In Acidic Soils And Weathered Surfaces
The Thudium moss forms a loose mat of evergreen compound leaves green to yellowish-green and either double-pinnate or triple-pinnate. The leaves' central stems are up to eight-point-five centimeters in length, with narrow scale-like leaves up to half a millimeter in size, that is, long-ciliate along their middle to lower margins (the cilia resembling hairs). In addition, the larger stem leaves are each a millimeter in length, and they are broadly ovate to triangular-ovate in shape, smooth along their margins, and convex on their outer sides. The primary branches' leaves are about half a millimeter in length, while the leaves of the secondary components are about zero-point-three millimeters in length. These leaves are very similar to the larger leaves of the central stem, except smaller in size.
At the apex of each stalk, a solitary spore-bearing capsule about two to four millimeters long changes from light green to red before its hood slips off. Then the lid falls from the moss capsule to release its spores to the wind.
The Thudium moss prefers wet to moist conditions, partial sunlight to full shade, acidic soil, and protection from strong winds. This moss also grows on rotting logs and weathered sandstone rock in protected areas that are shaded and moist, such as wooded ravines. The Thudium moss is often used as construction material for nests by such songbirds as the Barn Swallow, Blue-headed Vireo, Northern Catbird, American Robin, Least Flycatcher, Slate-colored Junco, and Prothonotary Warbler. Because of the Thudium moss's relatively large size and its tendency to form colonial mats, this moss serves as a shelter for small vertebrate animals and various invertebrates in shaded wetlands and woodlands.
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