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I found it in a eucalyptus tree
Possibly Usnea dasopoga
Protousnea (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota), a lichen genus endemic to southern South ...
Found in pine forest, at an elevation around 10,000 feet.
Lichens in Wistmans Wood
White fluffy plant
long silky appendages which, seen together, give the characteristic appearance ...
Fuzzy pale green moss growing on an old Oak ...
Two kinds of lichen (one which seems to be a
Lichen living high on Whistler mountain on the blue spruce treetops
A liken that grows on the limbs of pine and spruce trees
Bush with cotton hairs.
Piece of moss on a stick
Found on a dead branch covered in moss in a heavily wooded area.
Like other lichens it is a symbiosis of a fungus and an alga.
Growing on pine tree in forest near base of mountain at Angel Fire
Vine with fragrant white flowers, each with four petals.
This was growing at 8,000 feet.
Also called Old
which, seen together, give the characteristic appearance of
referred to commonly as Old
, but their trunks stay shaded and moist much of the time. Also called
Another kind of Beard Lichen, I think ... ...
On the branch of a small Chinese tallow tree. The color is a deeper green than ...
Usnea grows all over the world. Like other lichens it is a symbiosis of a ...