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Dry Creek Trail, olympic national forest (Google, OSM)
47.4691080072, -123.3495551769
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Description

Common name of this moss is "pipe cleaner" moss. This is the first time I have seen it dry and it does look more like a pipe cleaner when it is dry. This moss is found above 1,000 feet in the Olympic and the mats get more and more lush as the elvation increases up to a certain point.

Jun. 12, 2012 09:34:25 -0700
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mossy's ID: Rhytidiopsis robusta, a member of True Mosses (Class Bryopsida)
Posted by mossy over 2 years ago (Flag)
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mossy's ID: Rhytidiopsis robusta, a member of True Mosses (Class Bryopsida)

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