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Sphagnum recurvum

Sphagnum recurvum


Plant green; capitulum convex and dense; branch fascicles with two spreading and two pendant; branch leaves strongly recurved, ovatt-lanceolate, chlorphyllous cells exposed on outer surface, triangular; stem leaves lingulate-triangular.


Nutrient rich fen, growing among cranberries, and eastern white cedar; graminoides prominent

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Kirkland, Washington, USA

Spotted on Dec 12, 2016
Submitted on Dec 23, 2016

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