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Sighting: Sagina decumbens at 42.835517,-72.113917

by Connor Wojtowicz on September 8 2021

Location notes: Growing along cement pad of toll booth.

Comments: Distinguished from other species based on capsule form along with thin, linear leaves lacking a rosette. [There are a number of other characteristics that need to be present for this species to be Sagina decumbens, including flowers with five sepals that are upright (i.e., not spreading) in fruit. If the plants show these features, please contact me (]