several nice stands along the fenceline
common in the roadside grass
up to 3 feet high
Climbing all over the place
Along Alpine Road; seeded several years ago and now self-seeding
near Los Trancos Creek on Alpine Road Trail
under the house, couldn't save any of the rest of it. I guessed Trowbridge's since it is the most common in this area. In fact I have seen no other shrews here.
right along the fence on the trail leading to the beginning of Trail 2
upper trail 2
nice patch Trail 8, eastern end.
Very nice patch on the upper part of Trail 2
vertebrae of a small mammal. What caught my eye were the small disks associated with the backbones which I had never seen before.
Under the bark of a fallen Oak. Second photo looks like a fungus on a fungus
Under the bark of a fallen Oak
A first timer, Along Trail 5 up 100 yds from creek along with Columbine. Common name: Hooker's Fairy Bell OR Drops-of-Gold
very small, single fungus in back yard. 12mm diameter at top, 8mm depth of cup. No fruiting bodies (eggs) in the cup which confused me.
Golden Aster Heterotheca sessilflora ssp echioides. Open grasslands. Only know stand on the Preserve