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Low lying ground cover, throughout western PA. Really have no idea on this one...
Thanks a lot for the info! I was suspecting a type of moss but it has thrown me because it looks like cedar close up. Much appreciated!
Nice detail. I love this stuff! It propagates by spores, I think. Also, I am under the impression that it's been around for millions of years and forms the base of what has been fossilized and metamorphosed into the coal we're now using.
Spotted on Aug 11, 2012 Submitted on Aug 27, 2012