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4 Comments

Jellis
Jellis 7 years ago

That is really hard to tell. But the type looks like a Acrocarpous moss

Christy Chow
Christy Chow 7 years ago

Jellis,
I found this in my backyard. One of many specimens! It's a macro shot, but it basically looks like that fluffy green moss one might see on large rocks (this was on a huge granite boulder).

Jellis
Jellis 7 years ago

If it was where the map is located it could be a transplant of Sagina subulata 'Irish Moss'

Jellis
Jellis 7 years ago

Can you describe where you found it? In a yard or a forest?

Christy Chow
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Christy Chow

Ashland, Oregon, USA

Spotted on Dec 30, 2014
Submitted on Dec 30, 2014

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