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A welcome patch of green in the winter woods, Fan club moss, Diphasiastrum digitatum, known as groundcedar, running cedar or crowsfoot. It grows to a height of four inches, with the spore-bearing strobili held higher.

An evergreen, ground cover resembling cedar branches covers the winter forest floor. Bare winter trees are in background.

An evergreen, ground cover resembling cedar branches covers the winter forest floor.

An evergreen, ground cover resembling cedar branches covers the winter forest floor. Two stems of yellowish strands are growing up from one of the plants.

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