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ivyilkay

Date

November 7, 2014 10:10 AM PST

Description

Common name: Douglas' Neckara
Family name: Brachytheciaceae

wavy leaves, no costa, growth from sweeping outward from tree trunk
lacks paraphyllia
olive green to light green
glossy
irregular branching

found on trail between lot C and Sem II buildings.
i believe it was growing off of a big leaf maple. Picture of tree included.

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cherylharai

Date

November 8, 2014

Description

Steilacoom Park WA

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What

Douglas Neckera (Neckera douglasii) Neckera douglasii

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chantayanderson

Date

November 8, 2014 02:45 PM PST

Description

This moss is in the Brachytheciaceae family. Olive green to light green, glossy and irregularly branched about 5-10cm long. Leaves are about .24-.3cm long; flattened and strongly transversely wavy, broadly lance-shaped and sharp-pointed; no mid rib. Sporophytes grow from the side of the stem; stalks short; capsules upright, oblong, smooth, projecting just above separated leaves. Grows in common lowland and montane forests, forming large hanging mats on trunks and tree branches.

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trelam

Date

October 29, 2014 03:29 PM PDT

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verniarose

Date

October 20, 2014 02:09 PM PDT

Description

Rainforest, olive green, flattened and wavy leaves, broadly lance shaped and sharply pointed, sporophytes with bright orange cacapsules

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remremremy

Date

October 16, 2014

Description

Olive-green twords the end and brown-green at base, glossy, irregularly branched, flat and wide, swooping outwards from where it is growing on the trunk of a tree.

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heatherrackley

Date

October 3, 2014

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

*In a lowland seasonal creek growing on Fraxinus latifolia (Oregon Ash).

*Leaves are shiny and wavy with a noticeable midrib.

Other species growing in creek bed are Symphoricarpos alba (common snowberry), several types of lichen, at least one other moss which I believe to be Homalothecium fulgescens (Yellow moss) and some Rubus discolor (Himalayan blackberry).

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wendy5

Date

July 26, 2014

Description

This moss is Neckera douglasii, with the common name of Douglas’ Neckera, named in honor of the amazing naturalist David Douglas. It was growing on Red Alder at 580' elevation.

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bcarter

Date

July 24, 2010

Description

Growing on tree trunk

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bcarter

Date

September 17, 2010

Description

Growing pendent from tree trunk

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bushman_k

Date

March 9, 2014 03:14 PM PDT

Description

Set of lab photos, describing this specimen in all distinctive non-microscopic features

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bushman_k

Date

November 17, 2013 04:33 PM PST
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