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Groundcedar

Diphasiastrum digitatum

Description:

Its leaves are scale-like and appressed, like a mature cedar, and it is glossy and evergreen. It normally grows to a height of about four inches (10 cm), with the spore-bearing strobili held higher.

Habitat:

It prefers disturbed areas and coniferous forest, where it makes dense monocultures.

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JC_Forester
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JC_Forester

Middlesborough, Kentucky, USA

Spotted on May 6, 2013
Submitted on May 6, 2013

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