This was on a cement wall at a very busy street at the Chevron Station....
This is a guess. It is too high to inspect closely with my hand lens...
The color is really this yellow, and there is some other funky lichen on this tree. Will return.
Is this 2 types of lichen - parmotrema and common greenshield ?
On dying tree
This is the species painted by Laws in his "Field Guide to the Sierra Nevada"
One I'd been looking for for awhile. Finally along Dana Lake on granite bolder on shore.
Yosemite Butterfly Count day.
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.
In the plot, there were lichen on the loose branches. There were just some areas of lichen in that plot.
Looks like a venus flytrap, with hair-like strands coming off of stem and "flytraps." Light green. Under an Oregon oak. In the oak forest/woodland, found on ground.
Multiple kinds of lichen, on one twig, in a redwood forest.
In the plot, there were lichen on the loose branches in that area. The plot had partial shade and partial sunlight.
found in a redwood under story on a dead, rotting coast live oak. found growing next to a fungus.
This type of lichen was everywhere on the branches of the trees. Lichen could be spotted everywhere around that area.
Leafy looking and covering the rock.
Green, fruiticose lichens 4-6 cm high growing on volcanic boulders on hillside within fog zone near the Pacific Coast. Also with heavy coating of other colorful lichens.
Liquen fruticoso, color verde y de 4 a 6 cm de altura, creciendo encima de rocas volcánicas dentro de la zona de neblina cerca de la costa pacifica. También una capa densa de otros líquenes coloridos.