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Bob McIntosh Dec 7
another in the collection of windfalls
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jonathan riley 9h
Day 11 - Blistered Jellyskin - never has fuzzy fur (isidia), usually has buttons with smooth margin, that sit up on lobes, wrinkled surface and puffy blisters. This one is rare and sensitive (S3). I find it in damp gnarly swamps.
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jonathan riley Dec 3
Day 2 (1 day late) - Smooth Lungwort - striking red-brown buttons on rich green leafy body. Buttons are ‘apothecia’ or fruiting bodies and this lichen is often covered with lots n lots. When dry, body turns greyblue almost white. Plentiful on Acacia Valley Trails!
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Forest Firefly 23h
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SavetheHellfire 13h
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jonathan riley 9h
Day 10 - Blue Jellyskin - thin and smooth like a skin of jelly, sometimes folded, sometimes a fuzzy fur (isidia), sometimes red-brown buttons (apothecia/ fruiting bodies). You’ll see a lot of jelly skins in the woods on all kinds of bark, sometimes mossy rocks.
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Carlye Dec 5
Just some work I have completed over the years and
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Bob McIntosh Dec 6
heavy winds yesterday - lots of handy windfall today
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jonathan riley Dec 3
Day 1 (2 days late) - Tree Lungwort - familiar sign you’re in a happy forest. Green when wet, drying out to brown. 1st photo, can you find little red buttons (fruiting bodies)? 2nd photo, lobe margins covered in fuzz. 3rd n 4th hiding surprises!
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Maggie Gray Dec 3
Sometimes I look up from the biocrust long enough to enjoy the and in the trees. 😊
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jonathan riley Dec 3
Day 3 - Textured Lungwort - my favourite of the Three Wise ‘Lobaria’ or big leafy lichens that you’ll see in Digby area. I love its steel blue colour and it’s a bit rarer than the other two. These three have some broad-lobed cousins we’ll see later this month!
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Troy McMullin Dec 10
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Bob McIntosh Dec 7
fairly frequently, walk past (and photograph) this strange group of pixie cups
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Liverpool Animal Minding Dec 4
Rich winter tapestry of hedgerow hawthorn illuminated with gorgeous lichen on the outskirts of Merseyside. Wild wonders
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Dennis Nord Dec 2
lichen growing mostly on manzanita where the bark no longer grows & maybe the margins
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Eugene Farrell Dec 10
This is what happens when your retired Aunt turns out to be a brilliant painter.... we never knew! She converted 2 of my favorite photos into walk art! Very thankful. Ridiculous talent skipped my family!
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The Garden Tamers Dec 4
Always pleased to find lichen in the garden as it is an excellent indicator of clean air and does not harm the host plant. I think this may be Physcia adscendens ... any lichen experts out there?
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Casey Ardrey 24h
I have no idea what sort of lichen this is, but it looks alien as hell and I love it. . . . . . . . @…
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sarah kent Dec 6
Lichens love their tree hosts at Dundreggan
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philomena plunkett Dec 3
When you pretend to be and her is improving with age there is no hiding. What a brave little one.
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