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Takakia lepidozioides
Takakia lepidozioides
Takakia lepidozioides

Wikipedia description

Takakia lepidozioides is a species of moss in the Takakiaceae family, one of two species of Takakia. It is characterized by its tiny bifid leaves in which each segment is only a few cells wide, conspicuous rhizomous shoots, and long leafless stolon shoots which facilitate the colonization of bare areas. A very unusual feature is the lack of male plants within the species, which are thought to have become extinct during an ice age.

Scientific classification

Clade: Mosses
Order: Takakiales
Family: Takakiaceae
Species: Takakia lepidozioides


Sample nameSample codeTissueRNA extractorSample providerBLASTSRA dataAssembly data
SKQD-Takakia_lepidozioidesSKQDgametophyteBGID. W. Stevenson