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Woody Meristem
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The last of the videos from my set at the dead white-tail doe -- https://forestandfield.blogspot.com/202 ... e-end.html
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Quite a story of the remains of a Doe, thanks for sharing.
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Cool video
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Thank you Woody. Did the carcass enrich the soil? -- looks like the vegetation may be thicker there. I heard that a year after Mt St Helens blew up there were green patches scattered across the landscape -- where the elk carcasses had been.
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"Did the carcass enrich the soil? -- looks like the vegetation may be thicker there."

The green spot that shows in the video is a patch of moss on a small mound of soil. It's a moss that often grows on these infertile acidic soils. I don't doubt that the products of decay and the droppings of the smaller critters that spent time feeding on the carcass have/will enrich the soil, but the moss was undoubtedly there before the deer died.
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