Growing on a rotting log along Felton Empire Road near MM 2.29. Coast redwood forest with tanbark oak.
Strolling about in front of our garage. For several years, we had a family of foxes as regular visitors. Apparently coyotes moved into the neighborhood and the foxes disappeared for a few years. This might be one of the pups from back then. It was quite used to people as it allowed me to take this picture with my phone.
English ivy invasion
Growing on sandstone, two years after the Bonny Doon Fire. G. brassicoides is recently described
Madrono 62(2) 124-135
On soil in coast redwood forest with tanbark oak
On rotten log in coast redwood forest
On Eucalyptus in Quail Hollow Ranch County Park
Bird is a large finch, with an elongated bill. Lower mandible crosses outside the upper mandible to the birds left side. Cheeks gray, upper head dirty red. Breast rusty red, solid, no streaks. White on lower belly. Undertail coverts light with brownish triangular markings. Wing dark, no wing bars. Upper back not seen. The bird was flocking with pine siskins. Observed through Nikon ED spotting scope, perched on black locust tree in mixed oak,
Douglas fir, ponderosa pine forest with lots of houses
Faint yellowing , faintly phenolic, small frb with small annulus
Will eventually be published under a new name (from Kerrigan).
Not staining when scratched
Growing on the mosses on the side of the large pile of limestone near the lime kilns. Coast redwood forest
Apparently a purple slime mold? Growing on rotten log on the side of the trail between the parking lot and Bennett Creek.