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393 photo(s) Updated on: 26 Aug 2019
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  • AB Biodiversity Monitoring Institute Tech Appreciation Cupcakes - lichens, bryos & inverts
  • Haughland 2018-304 YT lichen
  • Haughland 2018-304 YT lichen
  • U. phaea var phaea
  • U. phaea var. coccinea
  • U. phaea var. coccinea
  • U. phaea var. coccinea
  • charcoal lichen
  • charcoal lichen
  • Can you name the genera?
  • Definitely Letharia on the right, not sure of the genus on the left.
  • Andrea Pipp with her lichen cupcake creations at the Milton Ranch, 2016.
  • Is this a lichen? Why/how turquoise blue?
  • On same large boulder as previous photo.
  • On same large boulder as previous two photos.
  • 20 months growth etc. Parmeliopsis
  • Parmelia sulcata, backyard in Corvallis
  • Punctelia subrudecta - one year growth
  • Punctelia subrudecta 3/17/2019
  • Physconia isidiigera or P. enteroxantha (will get back on this)
  • Physconia isidiigera or P. enteroxantha (will get back on this)
  • Physconia isidiigera or P. enteroxantha (will get back on this)
  • cyanobacteria on surface and extending into cortex of Amygdalaria seemed interesting
  • cyanobacteria in crevices radiating from apothecia of Amygdalaria - see cross section following photo
  • Thoreau's journal of February 7, 1859
  • Daphne Stone postcard, Women in Lichenology, from the Canadian Museum of Nature
  • #1298
  • #1298
  • #1298
  • lichen "409"
  • Abert lichen, closer look at lower.
  • Abert lichen. Lower, showing gray green soredia. Barely visible are the white cilia like structures.
  • Abert lichen. It looks fruticose to me. Under the purina it's orange.
  • Abert lichen with pycnidia
  • see forum topic "interesting combination of fungi on red cedar bark" - calling Lecanactis megaspora with Arthonia sp. and calicioid fungus - on red cedar
  • now think Lecanactis megaspora - with black apothecia containing parasitic Arthonia, white masses of conidia, and parasitic calicioid fungus
  • spores of caliciode fungus on Lecanactis (ave. 7x2µm)
  • white conidia of Lecanactis (ave. 14x3µm)
  • Arthonia within black apothecia of Lecanactis
  • some cells of Trentepohlia in Lecanactis form chains
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • in minute pits
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Endocarpon mistakenly called Placynthium in photo poste 08 Sep 2018
  • Cyclohymenia epilithica near Nooksack Falls.
  • Cyclohymenia epilithica near Nooksack Falls. Image about 3.3cm across.
  • Cyclohymenia epilithica at Nooksack Falls. Arrow indicates location of next photo.
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