fragrant male (white clusters) and indistinct female flowers (at base of leafy stems)
I believe these are all the same species, growing along a moist sloping forest edge
My daughter spotted this old, scar-faced, limping, mange-infested individual along a secondary road at a deer carcass. I'm guessing this will be his last winter.
ca. 3 mm; found active outdoors beneath a boardwalk handrail along a floodplain forest
ca. 4 mm; on tree bark
growing wild? on rocky bluff near rope bridge