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wendy5

Date

January 24, 2015

Description

Lots of Isothecium myosuroides or Cat-tail Moss growing on the trees in the Hansville Greenway Wildlife Corridor.

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jimmymac2

Date

December 7, 2014

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th0th

Date

December 22, 2014

Description

Growing on the base of Valley Oak. Leaf length 1.1 - 1.6 mm.

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th0th

Date

December 18, 2014

Description

A mat of stems on soil. Leaves 1.6 - 2.3 mm in length.

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adinamaya

Date

December 13, 2014 01:49 PM PST

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aelefson

Date

November 18, 2014

Description

Very abundant in the moist undercover of Pioneer Park, often found on fallen trees.

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kendra27

Date

December 1, 2014

Description

Yellow-green to orange-green. Once-pinnate, branches evenly and closely spaced. Sporophytes growing from side of the stem

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megan2

Date

December 1, 2014 01:20 PM PST

Description

This moss was found on a downed log in the teaching gardens at Evergreen. The weather was dry and cold. The leaves are large yellow/green, creeping to arched, once-pinnate, with branches that are evenly and closely spaced. The sporophytes grow fron the side of the stem with black stalks with small papillae. The capsules are inclined, smooth, curved, each with a long beak. It often forms mats on logs, humus and tree bases.

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remremremy

Date

December 6, 2014

Description

Growing on the branches of a small hemlock tree, hanging in long sections. Saturated in rain water, it is pale green and brown.

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mitomito

Date

December 1, 2014 02:17 PM PST

Description

Family Bracytheciaceae

I found this moss growing on a damp and fallen log in an opening of some damp woods near the SEM II building on the Evergreen campus. Cloudy, 38°. This moss is large, yellow-green, creeping/arched, is once pinnate, and has branches that are evenly and closely placed. Its leaves are between 1.2mm and 2mm long, they spread widely, have a strong midrib, elongate cells, and have a shape that reminds me of a fern frond. The sporophytes are common and have black/red, straight stalks with curved, smooth, and inclined capsules that bear a "long beak", hence the common name, Oregon beaked moss.

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hammett2

Date

December 1, 2014

Place

TESC (Google, OSM)

Description

Regularly pinnately branched, spreading on ground. Large, yellow-green to orange-green, 6-30 cm long, creeping to arched, with branches evenly and closely spaced. Part of the Brachytheciaceae family.

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artger24

Date

October 28, 2014
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Description from Wikipedia

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