This ClipArt gallery offers 139 illustrations of numerous types of mosses and lichens. Mosses and lichens are part of the taxonomic division known as bryophyes, or non-vascular land plants.

Section of a part of the front, showing two immersed spore-cases, and one emptied space.

Riccia

Section of a part of the front, showing two immersed spore-cases, and one emptied space.

Spore-case torn out, and spores; one figure of the spores united; the other of the four separated.

Riccia

Spore-case torn out, and spores; one figure of the spores united; the other of the four separated.

Also known as Puccinia graminis. This fungus is a significant detriment to cereal crops. It is currently spreading across Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. This image depicts a a spore of the fungus germinating and producing Sporidia on the tips of small stalks.

Stem Rust

Also known as Puccinia graminis. This fungus is a significant detriment to cereal crops. It is currently…

Work of shot-hole fungus of plum

Shot-hole Fungus

Work of shot-hole fungus of plum

This illustration shows the germination of the spore Sphagnum: A, early growth of the spore. B, later development-sp, spore; b, bud developing into moss plant. C, margin of the thallus, showing the origin of the bud.

Sphagnum

This illustration shows the germination of the spore Sphagnum: A, early growth of the spore. B, later…

Magnified section of a spore-case with some spores.

Spore-Case

Magnified section of a spore-case with some spores.

An image of spores.

Spores

An image of spores.

Spores germinating.

Spores

Spores germinating.

An image depicting Pleospora herbarum in perfect stage, with asci.

Pleospora Herbarum in Perfect Stage

An image depicting Pleospora herbarum in perfect stage, with asci.

"Cross section through the thallus of Marchantia. j, stoma leading into a relatively large air-chamber in which arise numerous cells with chloroplasts, k; l, l, cells forming partitions between the air-chambers; m, cells destitute of chloroplasts and with numerous oblong pits; h, upper, and i, lower epidermis." -Stevens, 1916

Marchantia Thallus

"Cross section through the thallus of Marchantia. j, stoma leading into a relatively large air-chamber…

An infected grain.

Tilletia

An infected grain.

Section of the infected grain enlarged.

Tilletia

Section of the infected grain enlarged.

An enlargement of spores.

Tilletia

An enlargement of spores.

An individual spore.

Tilletia

An individual spore.

A germinating spore.

Tilletia

A germinating spore.

Secondary conjugating spores.

Tilletia

Secondary conjugating spores.

Secondary spores.

Tilletia

Secondary spores.

Secondary producing Tertiary Spores.

Tilletia

Secondary producing Tertiary Spores.

Tertiary Spores germinating.

Tilletia

Tertiary Spores germinating.