Notes: Same exact locations (logs) as seen in photos A/B for obs 175038 .
Photos A show specimens found on large partially moss-covered hemlock log that still had most of its bark; probably one felled within the past year or two. Many of our hemlocks are being killed off by the Woolly Adelgid. Large infected trees have been felled.
Photos B show specimens on what appears to be a log (hemlock) that has been on the ground for at least several years. Last photo shows this log.
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