A bunch of gray lichen growing on cedar leaves. My camera could not focus to capture the details, but these lichen appear more green when viewed closer. They feature snowflake-like shapes that are interconnected, like how slime molds spread and connect. They must be pollution tolerant as well to survive the air of urban Seattle.
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|Is the organism wild/naturalized?||Unknown|
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