Welcome Moss Fans!

Great news: while we were out with Quinte Conservation today, logging negative search effort for Fan Moss at a promising escarpment site (BIG thanks, Tim Trustham!), the first two brave souls joined Mission Forsstroemia.

Cool eh? :) I guess we're under way.

Welcome Moss Fans! Your company and your keen eyes are so welcome!

Posted on May 28, 2019 01:39 by jdoubt jdoubt | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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If your path in 2019 leads through southern Canadian natural areas with rock outcrops or mature deciduous trees, please submit observations of shaggy mosses growing on the vertical!

Known historically (1828 to 1893) from deciduous trees between London and Prescott in southern Ontario, Fan Moss (Forsstroemia trichomitria) was re-discovered in Canada in 2011 (Faubert & Gagnon 2013). ...more ↓

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