On granite just above high tide.
Looks like N. bellum, leafing through the book.
On dead standing Ribes branches. Fruiting bodies are hard, rather like a Xylaria.
On green alder over creek bed
Green algae on burnt wood
Durante una practica de campo de la escuela en la reserva del Chico Hidalgo observamos algunas especies de hongos y líquenes entre los que se encontraba Auricularia auricula
On shoreline alders
On hemlock cone at Mist Cove
It sure looks like Bacidia rubella, which is out of range.
Fuscopannaria spp. and some Lecanora sort of look like it too, and a few are found here.
A special record. This has not been collected since 1968 and only known from a few collections at the type locality Karamea. All we had until this photogrpah was a watercolour of the type. An unmistakable Lactarius.