Spring’s varied habitats…


Two micro habitats on forest floor. copyright 2015 Pamela Breitberg

Two micro habitats on forest floor. copyright 2015 Pamela Breitberg

Two very different habitats though inches away in location. In the first image, the forest floor still has some un-melted snow while the top side of a decaying log resting on the same floor hosts a warmer habitat’s greening moss. The second image shows more green moss atop two logs resting in a typical vernal pool. Vernal pools are temporary springtime micro-habitats created when the still frozen ground has not yet absorbed the melted snows of winter.

Vernal spring pond with moss laden logs, copyright 2015 Pamela Breitberg

Vernal spring pond with moss laden logs, copyright 2015 Pamela Breitberg

3 thoughts on “Spring’s varied habitats…

  1. a mi Lucía me irrita más que Ma. Auxiliadora.Y no pasa por lo agraciadas o no. Pasa por una especie de “olvido” de si misma, que raya con el maltrato a sí misma.No hay razón ideológica que justifique el mal aspecto o el descuido de uno mismo … si lo que es para adentro es para afuera también significa descuido de los demás.Y no necesita usar armani ni dolce&gabana, no.No me gusta nuestra primera dama

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