ID based up on the number of following morphological characters of the Cumberland rock-shield lichen (Xanthoparmelia cumberlandia). General appearance, microhabitat of the rock surface, abundant isidia, tan downside, as well asl as K+ (green), C-, KC - cortex, K+ yellow turning orangish pink, C -, and KC -medulla. Ineterestingly, rhizines were irregularly distributed to me, and they actially reminded me cilia.
Brodo, I.M., Duran Sharnoff, S., Sharnoff, S. 2001. Lichens of North America. Yale University Press. New Haven & London.
It was on the death brunch of the tree (Prunus sp.)
Transcaucasian Horn-Nosed viper (Vipera (Rhinaspis) transcaucasiana), female from Kojori, Georgia, 2005
Armenian Meadow-Steppe Viper
Observation time was about 11 AM.
Armenian Meadow Steppe Viper (Vipera (Pelias) eriwanensis) female, 2007
Darevski's Viper (Vipera (Pelias) darevskii) from Leghly Mountain, Armenia, 2003,