Albino, extremely rare once in a lifetime find.
on seepy north facing slope
under Pseudotsuga menzesii, tip breaking off when dry
On a rock, dry
On seepy south facing slope
Very young growth on south facing seepy slope
Seepy north facing slope
in a bog
on ground, gravelly prairie
Next to organic garden, in Hoquiam, WA
On all day/year shade north facing super seepy slope.
On partially submerged log in tidal area of E. Hoquiam River.
On rock in south puget sound prairie. In burned areas, but not until after many years.
On soil in Prairie, in burned and unburned areas, not in recently burned areas though.
On burnt ground under conifers, prairie
On burnt ground
Substrate Quercus garryana, Oak Patch NAP, Belfair, WA
On rock Bald Hills, Yelm, WA
At edge of field, Cause of Death Unknown, Wishkah River, Grays Harbor, WA
Substrate Acer macrophyllum, along Wishkah River, Grays Harbor, WA
Substrate Quercus garryana, JBLM
On PSME cone near creek
On rock in the Colonel Bob Wilderness in the Olympic National Forest, near Quinault, WA
on litter from PSME and QUGA. Bald Hills Natural Area Preserve, near Yelm, WA
On Quercus garryana, Bald Hills Natural Area Preserve, near Yelm, WA
On pear and apple trees in orchard near the river
Fallen over road