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mikepatterson

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March 24, 2016 09:51 AM PDT

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gwark

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March 20, 2016 12:25 PM AKDT

Description

id confirmed by @kilasiak from collection

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wendy5

Date

March 15, 2016 11:53 AM PDT

Description

This Neckera douglasii (Douglas’ Neckera) was growing thickly on the trunks of large Bigleaf Maple trees.

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wendy5

Date

March 15, 2016 11:53 AM PDT

Description

Growing on the Bigleaf Maple branches is Neckera douglasii (Douglas' Neckera).

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rhyax

Date

March 3, 2016 03:41 PM PST

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Description

Growing among several other moss species on a fallen log (log diameter approx. 30 cm).

Eastern foothills of the Coast Range. West of Portland, OR.

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mikepatterson

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February 17, 2016 09:14 AM PST

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galianotwins

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February 13, 2016

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galianotwins

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February 13, 2016

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wendy5

Date

January 29, 2016

Description

Here's the beautiful Neckera douglasii (Douglas' Neckera) growing on a tree trunk, I think it was a Bigleaf Maple tree.

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laurus_nobilis

Date

March 27, 2015

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tessaraemercer

Date

October 26, 2015

Description

Each strand of moss looked toothed/serrated. Bright green.

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kueda

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November 27, 2015 08:23 AM PST
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