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SZ.0125-13
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Moss campion, spider plant and Arctic mouse-ear chickweed grow by a rock. Spitsbergen
SZ.1023-07
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Spider plant, Saxifraga flagellaris, colonises by means of runners or stolons Spitsbergen
SZ.1023-08
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SZ.1023-08
Spider plant, Saxifraga flagellaris, colonises by means of runners or stolons Spitsbergen
WL.0569-00
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Spider plant (Saxifraga flagellaris), it reproduces by overground runners that root at the end forming new plants. Svalbard. Norway
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Spider plants (Saxifraga flagellaris), it reproduces by overground runners that root at the end forming new plants. Svalbard. Norway
SZ.0125-06
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SZ.0125-06
Saxifraga flagellaris, the spider plant. Runners radiate and rooting plants form there. Fell field Tundra. Spitsbergen
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Saxifraga flagellaris, the spider plant. Runners radiate and rooting plants form there. Fell field Tundra. Spitsbergen
CE.0119-19
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CE.0119-19
Saxifraga flagellaris, spider plant, growing in damp ground on Pim Island. Ellesmere Is. Canada.

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