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Photo © sophiejhart, all rights reserved
Burke-Gilman Trail, Seattle, Washington, USA (Google, OSM)
47.652127, -122.310512
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Description

Commonly called Black-Tufted Rock Moss. Referring to brighter green moss pictured directly below Red Roof Moss (the one with all the large sporophytes). Difficult to see in photo, but sample was almost black on the bottom and brighter green on the top and un-branched. As you can see in photo, was growing on a rocky, periodically-wet substrate.

Jun. 04, 2012 13:20:13 -0700
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sophiejhart's ID: Racomitrium aciculare, a member of True Mosses (Class Bryopsida)
Posted by sophiejhart over 2 years ago (Flag)
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sophiejhart's ID: Racomitrium aciculare, a member of True Mosses (Class Bryopsida)

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