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chris bailey 16 Mar 11
Why not?! http://instagr.am/p/CSWry/
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Annie O'Garra Worsley 9 Sep 17
Oo yes! That would be so good.
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leonie cornelius 10 Dec 17
Lichens are absolutely fascinating creatures-they are not a single organism but rather a combination of two organisms living symbiotically together. ❄️
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Rebecca Wheeler Mar 7
Not quite finished, this week’s evening practice has been drawing a Cladonia sp. of .
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R. Briana Taylor 2 May 11
Some Monday . http://instagr.am/p/Dzlpn/
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chris bailey 9 May 11
and together at last... Happy Monday from California! http://instagr.am/p/EDnFF/
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Rachel Manek 4 Jun 14
Looking forward to it! RT See you soon to talk ! And I'm bringing lichens.
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Sugnét Smit Mar 19
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s 16 Apr 11
Yesterday a HUGE lichen encrusted branch broke off a tree across the street. I have been eying it for years and now it's mine!
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Mhairi Abbas 29 Jan 18
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Ginny 22 Oct 15
The Burren: On my bucket list..... proof ... maybe we should arrange a TwitScool Trip.
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Gwyneth MacMillan, PhD Mar 22
Replying to @binjabreel @biotweeps
This is so true. Actually, I thought it was 3... but FOUR... wow LICHENS are incredible
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TCV Natural Talent Mar 28
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Stumptown Images 20 Nov 17
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Juniper Bay Metals 18 Jan 15
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Jennings Ingram Aug 9
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Ginny 4 Jan 13
Lichens NB in food-webs, nutrient cycles, measuring enviro drivers like air quality, community structure.
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Jacqueline Ferrante Mar 19
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Ginny 7 Feb 15
Ramalina fastigiata (I think), on Hawthorn... :)
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Jake Schnur 29 Nov 12
Replying to @TheNathanChrist
Niiiiice!!! Lichen is the best symbiotic relationship! It's just so cool!
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