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Hakai Magazine Apr 11
You’re going to be this video.
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Museum of Nature Mar 31
We have a winner! More than 18,000 voted in our month-long poll to identify a proposed national from among seven candidates. The Star-tipped Lichen topped the list with 4,814 votes. Read more, get the full results:
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Josie Hughes May 7
Looking for data & collaborators: We are compiling 🇨🇦🇺🇸 vegetation plot data to inform maps & models. Join us! Tell your friends! More info:
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Theo Llewellyn Apr 10
2020 was cancelled so no this year but given the planned 2020 theme About Time was inspired by the film Orlando starring the legendary Tilda Swinton I thought I’d do instead (thread) 1. Tilda X Rhizocarpon disporum
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Cartoon Neuron Jun 15
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Martin Grube Apr 28
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STEMLORD May 4
Do you want to see some close ups ?
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Gavin Svenson Mar 19
A that looks more like in motion than an . The female Oxyelaea elegans was found by brushing our hands along the lichen covered tree trunk in in . The species was described in 1917 by Giglio-Tos.
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New Hampshire Mushrooms Jun 17
Let's explore this fence 🧐 (1/2)
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Bernoid Jul 17
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Bob McIntosh Aug 2
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Fred Michel May 16
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E. Sally Chang, PhD Mar 20
My friends and I would like a lichenologist to start a YouTube channel called "Lichen Subscribe" and feature the hottest new research, please and thank you.
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netherfield Feb 3
Our old trees, planted 20 years ago to conserve heritage fruit varieties, are now covered in different species of . Planting these trees has had such an impact on the diversity of the pasture - supporting a host of birds & insects who also spread wildflower seeds
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Fred Apr 10
Lichen and hazel leaves maxima purpurea
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Roosters_World Aug 3
At first I thought it was a fern but after touching it I believe it is a lichen. I will have to check the literature to clarify it.
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Juliet Forrest Apr 20
Wow! I love this so much!
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Janet Hill May 17
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Katy Whitaker Mar 25
Ok folks. will come into being shortly. I'll post a photo each day. As well as satisfying all you silcrete-lovers out there, it'll include , , , and other stuff, so please help me spread the sarsen-love far and wide!
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