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|date of photo Aug 4, 2009
location In open rocky habitat on Shastina (the western summit of Mount Shasta) at about 9,000 feet. (Siskiyou County, California, US)family Ophioglossaceaenotes This individual was the first B. pumicola plant to be seen in the wild in California since 1941, and was found by Mellen Colberg, Eric White and others on July 13 2009. A second, much smaller plant can be seen emerging near the top right in this image.camera Canon Powerpoint G10 digital.contributor's ID # I09-39972 photo category: Plant - fern
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Pumice Grape Fern (photographer)
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