This lichen was found while marking boundary between the Boulder Field and Rough Ridge parking areas.
pale yellow/green forking branches with white undersides. growing on a branch.
This foliose lichen was seen on a native Northern California black walnut tree in the Jack London State Historical Park. The tree is living and the branch of residence is about 180 cm above the ground.
found in spring in area that was burned in previous fall. Hundreds of these were coming up in moist soil between the flow of a small stream. The brightest purple cups were found under logs.
found in spring in area that was burned in previous fall. Hundreds of these were coming up in moist soil between the flow of a small stream
On the nectarine. Forgot to dormant spray again.
This fruticose Witch's hair lichen was seen hanging from a Bishop pine in the coastal forest. A. sarmentosa has been recorded previously by others at Salt Point pendent to Bishop pine.
There were a fair number of these visible this weekend from the trail. First learned about these from Debbie Veiss during GGNRA BioBlitz 2014
not too sure of this one
In trees, this one blew down.
Seen growing prolifically on the branch of a living oak tree.
A bluer/grayer green than others seen...