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Goblin's Gold

Schistostega pennata


Plants are very small: no more than 7 mm tall; Leaves complanate; more or less distichous; persistent luminescent protonema: (unbranched filaments). Sporophytes very small, occasional


under root wads, caves, very low light undercut root cavities.


This is an S2 state of Washington and G3-G4 Federally ranked species. In Washington it is known from 13 counties with a total of 19 known locations. Geo coordinates are not precise.

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veneta.tashev 8 years ago


MilesBerkey 9 years ago

Thanks Sintija! Its very rare over here, I have been looking for it for years.

Sintija Valucka
Sintija Valucka 9 years ago

Very beautiful species!! :)
Great spotting!

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Baring, Washington, United States

Spotted on Feb 1, 2014
Submitted on Feb 4, 2014

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