Yay, my second Selaginella! Quite different from the S. wallacei I've seen in Marin, which grows on this one shady rock and is generally bigger and sprawling. This stuff was growing out of dry, exposed, rocky soil in a chaparral patch. Even saw some of the "cones"!
|Photos or sounds?||Yes|
|Is the organism wild/naturalized?||Unknown|
|Does the location seem accurate?||Unknown|
|Does the date seem accurate?||Unknown|
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