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coral evergreen

Lycopodium sp.


this grows on ridge tops near pine forest, i've heard it's some kind of pine ground cover


MichaelMorris 12 years ago

thanks, craig

MichaelMorris 12 years ago

there is a dusty pollen that shakes off the ends, that native americans used it in rituals. the dust burns in flame, it's cool to throw over a campfire

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Nelsonville, Ohio, USA

Spotted on Nov 4, 2011
Submitted on Nov 4, 2011

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