Epiphytic clubmosses on rainforest trees

Epiphytic clubmosses on rainforest trees

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Credit: SIMON FRASER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Clubmosses. View of clubmosses trailing over conifer trunks and branches in a North American temperate rainforest. These clubmosses are epiphytes (aerial plants). They root into the organic debris on the tree bark, but they can photosynthesize and make their own nutrients, and do not parasitize the trees. Temperate rainforest occurs in regions with a mild coastal climate, high rainfall, and where temperatures rarely drop below freezing or rise above 27 Celsius. Photographed at Olympic National Park, Washington, USA.

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Keywords: botany, clubmoss, epiphyte, flora, nature, plant, pteridophyte, pteridophytes, rainforest, temperate, temperate rainforest

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