Is this 2 types of lichen - parmotrema and common greenshield ?
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.
found in a redwood under story on a dead, rotting coast live oak. found growing next to a fungus.
Grayish-green, much-branched fruticose lichen, the thallus forming delicate, bushy beards on branches of Lycium sp. (Box Thorn)
Liquen fruticuloso verde grisásceo, el talo bien ramificado que forma masas redondas delicadas en las ramas de Lycium sp. (Frutilla).
On top of hill, on live oak
Under pine, on ground, passed pull test
on dead Pine tree
The Parmeliaceae is a large and diverse family of Lecanoromycetes. With over 2000 species in roughly 87 genera, it is regarded as the largest family of lichen forming fungi. The most speciose genera in the family are the well-known groups: Xanthoparmelia (800+ species), Usnea (500+ species), Parmotrema (350+ species), and Hypotrachyna (190+ species).