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Index, Washington (Google, OSM)
47.8206605, -121.5551086
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for context, see daily account for Index, WA on 5/12. i looked at mosses in pojar and felt like oregon beaked moss came closest to describing this moss i saw growing at the base of a tree in the moist index forest. pojar says it is common in lowland rainforests, which would be appropriate for the wetness of this area, and is a yellow-green to orange-green, which is also confirmed by this picture. most distinct of all though is its branches, which resemble individual fern fronds.

Jun. 03, 2012 18:24:26 -0700
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