Either Yuma or little brown, voucher call not doagnostic. Missing tip of left ear
Common moorhen, juvenile.
Trunk branches off into 3 trees. Trunk 4 feet at base. 2 of trees 2.5ft, other tree 1.75ft.
Anthene? Not sure about the genus - has a hairtail, dorsal wings dark brown/blackish.
C. castor? In flight, he showed a bright brown dorsal wing.
Found growing around turtle pond on/under dried rushes about 18 ft from pond.
Moss same as previous observation. Growing into cracks of burrel on fallen redwood stump. Covering a 4x8 inch area. Some of it hanging down.
In the plot, there was area of moss on the ground that was together. The ground seemed wet but also seemed like it was duff.
Only one frond, infertile. Over 6 inches in length.
Baby, 4 leaves. Growing next to a fallen redwood. Herbivory on edges. Stem about 4 inches tall.
Splotchy lichen on a tan oak. The splotches range from less than one centimeter in diamter to a few inches. There are different colors of buff.
Many mating pairs of the bug on a rock. The insect has brown wings with bright red body which is hidden under the wings. The red color is visible when the insect is flying. The matings lasted more than 12 min.
There were very few lichen on the loose branches in the plot that we were in.
Another young redwood. The trunk is about 2.5 inches in diameter. Three indented lines on trunk, possibly stretch marks? Also some redwood sap!
Growing on dead branch of redowood. Covering about 4 square inches. Growing vine-like with filaments.
This plant was apart of the mint family, it had a strong mint odor to the touch on the leaves as well as the stem. It was about 7 inches tall. It was located in a shady region in a redwood forest.
Sorry bad shots
It appears to have half fly half dragonfly body. about 1 1/6" PLEASE HELP!
Crustose. 12x4 inches patch of powdery green lichen. Found on very base of redwood. Only one patch visible in 5x5 m square. On side with dead oak foliage.
In the plot, there were two sedges about a meter away from each other. The edges of the sedge were sharp along the sides.