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Orange lichen on a tree branch. The second photo shows another type of lichen.
Me neither, until now.
Thank you Alex
maybe some sort of cladonia (cup lichen - the blue). The 4 picture is very nice, you can see the orange stamps good,Picture 5 doesn't work, all together--> nice spotting
I have added 3 new photos to this spotting.
Por nada Luis,yo te agradezco a ti nuevamente por tu aporte a la misión "Fungus in America :)
I think so, l will up load them. Thank you.
the another type, the blue ones are intresting, do you have more picture!
you done it : right time right location. Nice to see them fruiting!!
Carolina thanks for the observation, I already corrected the spottings.Saludos
Hi Luis!!! I greatly appreciate your great contribution to this mission, please include only fungi, thanks :)
Thanks Hans, I don´t know what kind of tree it was but most are oaks and cedars
Great series.. The green ones in the background look nearly like mistletoes (No, that´s no suggestion, it´s just the design). The ones in the front like some small flowers. And all surrounded by this blue lichen. It´s a lichen society on that tree. What kind of tree was that?
Thank you Small Wonders
Lat: 22.07, Long: -100.63
Spotted on Feb 5, 2012 Submitted on Feb 10, 2012
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