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Sphagnum austinii


Sphagnum group: sphagnum. Plant forming very tight, rising mounds. Capitiulum highly colored: red brown, chestnut. capitulum and spreading branches like swollen cigars, very packed, small slender thread-like pendant branches distinguished from spreading branches. Stem and branch cortical cells with spiral fibrils, porose. Branch leaf cross sections showing chlorophyllous cells exposed on the concave surface. small knobs, or comb-like features radiating perpendicularly out from the internal surfaces of the chlorophyllous cells.


Full exposure in a domed bog on the Olympic Peninsula. Associated species: Sphagnum rubellum and Sphagnum fuscum, crowberry and ledum.

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MilesBerkey 4 years ago

Drosera species, they are everywhere out there

MilesBerkey 4 years ago


Machi 4 years ago

Are those also sundews on the left in the 3rd photo?

Jefferson, Washington, USA

Lat: 47.81, Long: -124.20

Spotted on Jul 27, 2014
Submitted on Jul 30, 2014

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