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This lived in dinosaur time
Growing in a Cladina spp. lichen mat on a north-facing talus slope.
Our most common clubmoss, it is bright green and has lanced-shaped leaves.
Rocky ground halfway up Pillar Mountain among low-growing plants and fungi
Odd looking plant, 15 - 20 cm in length
It looks like a miniature forest!
Some type of club moss
part of City Nature Challenge bioblitz
Spotted in a garden on the way to Cabalyoriza Cave, Brgy. Barlo, Mabini. ...
Gunung Gede-Pangrango NatPark
Scientific name is a best guess based on the fern and fern-allies list of the ...
Baby hemlock, perhaps? It was off the hemlock trail at Laurel Hill State Park.
An endangered plant in North Carolina
Huperzia lucidula or Spinulum annotinum? Is ...
It is the same type of plant as in ...
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