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Synonyms for pearlwort

any of various low-growing plants of the genus Sagina having small spherical flowers resembling pearls

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Veronica) Mouse-ear chickweed Lespedeza Prostrate spurge Chicory Mallow Spotted spurge Cinquefoil Black medic Spurweed Hop clover Mugwort Wild strawberry White clover Wild mustard Thistles Cranesbill Wild onion Prostrate vervain English daisy Birdseye pearlwort Wild violet Oxeye daisy Field pennycress Yellow woodsorrel Dandelion Pennywort Common yarrow Dichondra Parsley piert Yellow rocket Curly dock * Actually a sedge, not a true grass.
Some, such as the pearlwort Sagina, form seeds in raindrop-size cups.
A IT'S obvious from the sample you sent that this is pearlwort, a creeping mattress-like plant that looks very like a moss.
Even Antarctica's only two species of flowering plants, hairgrass and pearlwort, have changed their positions of dominance: the moss-like pearl-wort appears more adaptable to the warming.
Horseshoe Island is a protected area because of an abundance of the only two flowering plants to be found in the Antarctic - hair grass and the pearlwort flower.
Taking advantage of long-term censuses of the only two native species of Antarctic vascular plants, pearlwort (Colobanthus quitensis) and hairgrass (Deschampsia antarctica), they were able to show that the numbers of individuals in two populations of each species have increased in the past two to three decades, a trend that paralleled increases in temperature at their study sites.
Pearlwort, often mistaken for moss, is almost impossible to hand pull because bits of stem and root are always left behind.
Pearlwort is almost impossible to hand pull because bits of stem and root are always left behind.