Fly on the leaf of a flower.
Some type of white flower growing near Johnson Hall
Bumble bee hanging out on a leaf near rainer vista.
Honey bee hanging out at the base of a plant near the UW Farm's cob oven.
A holyhock infected with Holyhock rust, a plant parasite that creates rust like intrusions on the holyhocks veins.
Powdery mildew growing on a cucumber plant in the botany greenhouse.
Some type of physcia growing on a stone wall near the entrance of the Botany Greenhouse. This physcia is relatively small and light greenish-white in color.
Lichen growing on a bench near the entrance of the UW Botany Greenhouse.
A Lichen growing on a bench, one of the most common lichen around Seattle is parmelia sulcata.
Red moss with green tips growing alongside a young douglas fir.
The tips of the stubby roots of this douglas fir have ecto mycorrhizae growing on them.
Young paper birch tree with ecto mycorrhizae, a type of fungus, growing on its roots.