ID by Colin, I think.
ID by Colin.
Colin says this name has changed, grows on the bases of dead tussock grasses.
Ripley and Folsom
round, bushy, with apothecia
better pictures pending
With apothecia (!)
ID by Tom Carlberg, who told me to be on the look-out for this....and I promptly blanked when I saw it...
On fence post. Likely got here in late 1800s when wood brought from Sierras to make the fence.
Under beech forest
We think that's what you?
Tom Carlberg "keyed" this...
Tom Carlberg keyed this...
Funny guy memory problems. Thanks for the walk-about, Mr Carlberg - God of Lichen. And JJ "metsa"
small bunch of lichen in the grass, possibly pulled off of something? It was only 1 inch across and was a light green color with tiny white splotches.
The green stuff. The orange stuff is algae. Growing on a power pole.
Pseudocyphellaria, large foliose lichen growing on stump.
soft coral like structure,
found on ground and attached to branches