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Black Slug Arion ater

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jmarcello1

Date

April 22, 2012

Description

Family Arionidae - the round back slugs. Coloration can vary - some can even be white - but the general trend appears to be darker pigmentation the farther north the species is found.

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jmarcello1

Date

April 22, 2012
Fungi

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Fungi and Lichen Kingdom Fungi

Observer

jmarcello1

Date

April 22, 2012

Description

Delicate and short lived fungus - fruiting bodies last only a few hours before dissolving into black ink.

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Pacific bleeding heart Dicentra formosa

Observer

jmarcello1

Date

April 22, 2012

Description

Herbaceous perennial growing from a rhizome. Native to most woodlands from California to BC.

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Pacific trillium Trillium ovatum

Observer

jmarcello1

Date

April 22, 2012

Description

Perennial herb. White, three-pedaled flower that fades to purple. Grows in moist woods and shaded open areas, blooms from April to June. Found along west coast of US into BC.

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western swordfern Polystichum munitum

Observer

jmarcello1

Date

April 22, 2012

Description

Evergreen fern native to North America. One of the most abundant ferns along the Pacific Coast. Does best in moist, coniferous forests and well-drained, acidic soil of rich humus and small stones. Rhizomes edible.

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jmarcello1

Date

April 22, 2012

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Turkey-tail Trametes versicolor

Observer

jmarcello1

Date

April 22, 2012

Description

Bracket or shelf fungus. Fruiting bodies called conks - grouping of separate or interconnected horizontal rows. Grow on living or dead coarse woody debris.

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jmarcello1

Date

April 22, 2012 03:33 PM PDT
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