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In an area of about two blocks near my apartment in Oak Ridge. It is about a three block area left undeveloped. Since the underbrush is still dormant, I was able to squeeze through the thicket. Most all of which is trimmed on the outside with seemingly multitudes of green gorgeous species. In reasonably large areas, it is lavish in a diverse spectrum of green colors and of thickness layers. I did not post all my photos. And, I took one video just to catch the melodious frog chorus.
This also looks like P. shreberi. Did you collect these in the same place?
Spotted on Feb 20, 2014 Submitted on Feb 21, 2014