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Tag Archives: Empetrum nigrum
Crowberry (Empetrum nigrum) is a common species that can be found from sealevel to lower alpine meadows. This species seems to do well in places where conditions are open and dry. Mostly I’ve noticed the plants growing in muskegs (on … Continue reading
This entry is part 113 of 221 in the series 2007 Photojournal
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