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Frullania fugax (Hook. f. &. Taylor) Taylor ex Gottsche, Lindenb. &. Nees
Jungermannia fugax Hookf & Taylor; Frullania fulfordiae S Hatt, 1987; Frullania fulfordiae; Jungermannia fugax

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Frullania fugax, caducous leaves
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Frullania fugax, caducous leaves

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Frullania fugax, dorsal and marginal gemmae
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Frullania fugax, dorsal and marginal gemmae
Frullania fugax, gemmaling
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Frullania fugax, gemmaling

Frullania fugax, lobe marginal gemmae
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Frullania fugax, lobe marginal gemmae
Frullania fugax, lobule and stylus
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Frullania fugax, lobule and stylus

Frullania fugax, median cell walls and oilbodies
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Frullania fugax, median cell walls and oilbodies
Frullania fugax, perianth
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Frullania fugax, perianth

Frullania fugax, underleaf
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Frullania fugax, underleaf
Frullania fugax, gemmae
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Frullania fugax, gemmae

Frullania fugax, stem
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Frullania fugax, stem
Geographic distribution
DISTRIBUTION AND ECOLOGY: Distributed throughout Australasia (Fig. 7.1), including throughout the New Zealand botanical region. Of the New Zealand species, F. fugax is common on rotting wood or logs and is commonly found with gemmae or propagula.

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