I know invariably where to look for the first liverwort, and where the largest and finest may be found.
The capsule splits into four valves, something like a liverwort.
I also fancy the liverwort, which surrounds them, rather helps them than otherwise.
First of the blues comes the fuzzy-stemmed and fuzzy-budded hepatica, which is known also by the ugly name of "liverwort."
Half-starved children were selling little bunches of liverwort in the streets.
liverwort is excellent for inflamations of the Liver and yellow jaundice.
Among a number of other plants there turned up a new liverwort.
The structure of the stem though simple is more complicated than in any liverwort.
The first hepaticas (liverwort) that I saw this year were picked the first day of March.
Others assert for the first part of the name that it comes from the liverwort plant, which grew abundantly in the neighbourhood.
Any of about 6,000 species of bryophyte plants belonging to the phylum Hepatophyta. Many liverworts reproduce asexually by means of gemmae. They also reproduce sexually, and their free-swimming sperm, produced in structures called antheridia, require liquid water, such as splashing raindrops, to reach the egg-producing archegonia. After fertilization, the small sporophyte grows directly on or in the gametophyte and is nourished by it. Liverworts are common in the tropics and often grow in moist soil, on damp rocks, and on tree trunks. Some liverworts have leafy bodies, while others have only a simple thallus. The name liverwort comes from the liverlike shape of the thalli of some species. See more at bryophyte.