Probably the most common tree moss in the Pacific Northwest, the cat-tail moss can be found from sea level to very high elevations in the mountains. This close up was photographed in the Hoh Rain Forest on the Olympic Peninsula.
- © 2013
- Image Size
- 2848x4288 / 11.7MB
Brachytheciaceae, Bryidae, Bryophyta, Bryopsida, Hoh Rain Forest, Hoh Rainforest, Hoh Rainforest Olympic Peninsula, Hypnales, I. myosuroides, Isothecium, Isothecium myosuroides, Jefferson County, Musci, Olympic Mountains, Olympic National Park, Olympic Peninsula National Park, PNW, Pacific NW, Pacific Northwest, Plantae, USA, United States of America, Washington, botany, cat's-tail moss, cattail, cattail moss, close up, close-up, closeup, color, colorful, conservation, environment, green, hall of mosses, icicle moss, moss, mousetail, mousetail moss, natural, nature, nonvascular, organism, outdoors, rain forest, rainforest, summer, tree moss, true moss