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Lycogala epidendrum
Pisgah Nat. Forest, Curtis Creek Area, Old Fort, Western North Carolina
2009 Kenneth D. Ramos

The Curtis Creek area is about 30 min. from my home. The creek is a freestone stream and a favorite of trout anglers. The area is mostly deciduous forest giving way to a more boreal forested area as one gains in elevation. Many species of slime molds may be found there.

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