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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 22, 2024 a las 11:27 MAÑANA EST

Descripción

@gbperlmutter (cf. inaturalist.org/observations/200396148 by @gillydilly)
For the green and black lichen unknown to me, cf. naturalist.org/observations/200878857

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Enebro de Utah (Juniperus osteosperma)

Observ.

mjpapay

Fecha

Mayo 21, 2013 a las 05:32 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Juniperus osteosperma

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devonted

Fecha

Mayo 19, 2018 a las 10:14 MAÑANA EDT

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Descripción

  • soralia labriform, lip-shaped
  • lower surface ecorticate/smooth
  • lower surface unpigmented
  • rhizines cream-colored and thyrsiform (neither flared nor branched)
    - - - - - - - -
    Heterodermia Key: https://sweetgum.nybg.org/images3/250/135/op6p1.pdf
    - - - - - - - -
    The occurrence on rock is unusual, apparently.

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 25, 2024 a las 04:23 TARDE EST

Descripción

Ambient and also 356nm UV light, desiccated, and hydrated
For the adjacent Shaggy-fringe Lichen (Anaptychia palmulata), cf. inaturalist.org/observations/200665123

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bob375

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Descripción

On wet sandstone wall in sheltered ravine.

*Marginal hairs are generally paired on Metzgeria conjugata

https://digitalcommons.mtu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1243&context=bryo-ecol-subchapters

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 18, 2024 a las 04:16 TARDE EST

Descripción

For adjacent Nipple Lichen (Pycnothelia papillaria), cf. inaturalist.org/observations/200348280

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Descripción

On the roots of an American Beech, Fagus grandifolia, on a steep north-facing bank above a woodland stream.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 22, 2024 a las 09:16 MAÑANA EST

Descripción

On Sugar Maple, Acer saccharum.

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 18, 2024 a las 03:28 TARDE EST

Descripción

Or, if these are hollow openings at the end of the "straws": Powdered Funnel Lichen (Cladonia cenotea)?

Or, is there more than 1 kind of lichen here?

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jimbo225

Fecha

Octubre 1, 2023 a las 09:29 MAÑANA EDT

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 18, 2024 a las 03:08 TARDE EST

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zitserm

Fecha

Febrero 17, 2024 a las 12:19 TARDE EST

Descripción

On a branch in a vernal pool

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zitserm

Fecha

Febrero 18, 2024 a las 04:14 TARDE EST

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zitserm

Fecha

Febrero 18, 2024 a las 04:12 TARDE EST

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bob375

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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bob375

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 18, 2024 a las 02:50 TARDE EST

Descripción

  • capsules present (an uncommon occurrence in this species)
  • leaves not curved off to the side

My apologies. I did not have a millimeter scale on this walk to document the size of the moss/leaves/capsules.

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 15, 2024 a las 03:04 TARDE EST

Descripción

Marshy iridescent seepage in the greenway with a biofilm formation of the bacterium Leptothrix discophora, a naturally occurring metabolizing colony found in many low-movement ponds, wetlands, and vernal pools; as @mrostrowski noted on my other Observation, "If you disturb these (grabbing a nearby stick and poking them is my go to) they will shatter, whereas any kind of spilled oil will not", so I poked them: they shattered!

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Descripción

Not since being in the southern Blueridge Mountains have I seen an example with such long lobes.

Apothecia present, but nascent/young. Surprising, given the size of the colony.

The greener photos are of hydrated condition (dunked in a stream).

On a fallen branch beside the path in the floodplain. Fortuitously, in very good condition despite the recent flood.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Descripción

On the north-facing side of siliceous rock, on north slope of a stream valley.

https://www.waysofenlichenment.net/lichens/Massalongia%20microphylliza

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Descripción

On Sweetgum, Liquidambar styraciflua, twig.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Descripción

  • thallus mostly adnate, with new raised lobes (these latter confusingly like Parmotrema cetratum)
  • large diameter (10 mm), flat-topped apothecia that lack a lobulate rim [this is the trait that seems to me very useful in marking this species]
  • lower surface variable, sometimes with a wide bare margin, sometimes with rhizines crowded up close to the margin, the latter like P. cetratum again

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Fecha

Junio 11, 2023 a las 10:17 MAÑANA EDT

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bob375

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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Culantrillo Menor (Asplenium trichomanes)

Observ.

bob375

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 6, 2024 a las 12:26 TARDE EST

Descripción

More of it on this tree: inaturalist.org/observations/198669024, inaturalist.org/observations/198746908, inaturalist.org/observations/199068527, inaturalist.org/observations/199069798, inaturalist.org/observations/199070627, & inaturalist.org/observations/199072128

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 6, 2024 a las 02:42 TARDE EST

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 6, 2024 a las 02:26 TARDE EST

Descripción

Granitic rock outcrop; nearby Granite Thorn (Cladonia caroliniana): inaturalist.org/observations/198859324

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 6, 2024 a las 02:54 TARDE EST

Descripción

Granitic rock outcrop; for nearby Jester Lichen (Cladonia leporina): inaturalist.org/observations/198866529

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 6, 2024 a las 12:29 TARDE EST

Descripción

With natural daylight and using a 365nm UV light to show how it fluoresces
More of it on this tree: inaturalist.org/observations/198746908, inaturalist.org/observations/199068527, inaturalist.org/observations/199068942, inaturalist.org/observations/199069798, inaturalist.org/observations/199070627, & inaturalist.org/observations/199072128

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rhsh

Fecha

Febrero 6, 2024 a las 02:03 TARDE EST

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

Descripción

It struck me as smaller, and strictly adnate as compared with Porella platyphylla.

On a north-facing vertical bedrock exposure above a woodland stream.


The leaves are half the size (0.5 mm) of Porella platyphylla (1.0 mm).

reference Porella platyphylla observation: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/198221004

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Retana (Sporobolus pumilus)

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 25, 2023 a las 11:49 MAÑANA EST

Descripción

At the Belle Isle Marsh. The grass has been windswept into the cowlicks typical of this grass.

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Hongo Bola de Tierra (Scleroderma polyrhizum)

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grinnin

Fecha

Febrero 2, 2024 a las 02:14 TARDE EST

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Culantrillo Menor (Asplenium trichomanes)

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caroig

Fecha

Febrero 4, 2024 a las 02:40 TARDE CET

Descripción

🇨🇿 Kapraďová skála jak někde z vlhkých tropů. Balvan z vápnitého pískovce v poměrně vlhké roklině spadlý z vrstvy stejné horniny ležící o něco výše. Kromě tohoto druhu na ní rostou: Polypodium vulgare, Dryopteris filix-mas & ještě patrně Dryopteris carthusiana/dilatata. Foceno za deště.

🇬🇧 Fern rock like somewhere from humid tropics. The boulder of calcareous sandstone in a quite wet ravine fell off a layer of the same rock which lies above it. Besides this species, there are: Polypodium vulgare, Dryopteris filix-mas & likely Dryopteris carthusiana/dilatata. Photos taken during rain.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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Lenguas de Ciervo Y Parientes (Género Pleopeltis)

Fecha

Febrero 5, 2024 a las 10:22 MAÑANA -05

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 29, 2024 a las 12:14 TARDE EST

Descripción

For the Fenugreek Stalkball (Phleogena faginea) on the next day, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/198266800

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Hongo de Invierno (Flammulina velutipes)

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 29, 2024 a las 12:06 TARDE EST

Descripción

For the same Velvet Foot (Flammulina velutipes) the next day, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/198025767

Growing a few feet away, this Funeral Bell (Galerina marginata), cf. inaturalist.org/observations/197944764

Velvet Foot (Flammulina velutipes) generations growing last year exactly right here on this very same stump, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/148839526, inaturalist.org/observations/150459179, and inaturalist.org/observations/148838411

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mjpapay

Fecha

Febrero 2024

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bob375

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

Possible hybrid or var.

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bob375

Fecha

Enero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

  • continuous sorediate strip along margin of large ruffles
  • black cilia absent

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

On Cherry, Prunus serotina.

EDIT: 2nd photo: Accompanied by the Springtail, Dicyrtomina (top, right of center).

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jurga_li

Fecha

Noviembre 12, 2021 a las 12:06 TARDE +03

Descripción

Lichenicolous on Physcia adscendens: pinkish galls on the host thallus

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Líquenes de Barba (Género Usnea)

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bertharris

Fecha

Enero 24, 2024 a las 10:34 MAÑANA AST

Descripción

Big one!

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

Fully hydrated condition (rainwater 12 hours ago) - an emphatic green.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

On the bracts of the cone of a Pinus echinata.

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bob375

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

Known pop.

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Chilillos o Sangrinas (Género Persicaria)

Observ.

lovecamp

Fecha

Septiembre 18, 2023 a las 11:51 MAÑANA EDT

Lugar

Newville (Google, OSM)

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

Distribution in North Carolina found throughout, also pantropical north into southeastern North America...
If it's it, (this area of) NC has the 4 northernmost Leiorreuma sericeum Observations: eager for a specific ID;
Substrate and Habitat corticolous and hardwood trees;
Thallus corticolous, crustose, pale yellow cream-colored to grey, smooth, thin, dull, rarely slightly shiny, smooth or uneven to small warts with embedded crystals. The thallus between closely neighboring lirellae is often paler, stroma-like and contains many crystals; vegetative diaspores absent;
Apothecia lirelliform, short to elongate, open, simple or branched, 0.5-3.5 mm long, 0.2-0.3 mm wide, sessile, with thin thalline margins;
Asci cylindrical to clavate, 8-spored;
Ascomata [an ascocarp, or ascoma (pl. ascomata), is the fruiting body (sporocarp) of an ascomycete phylum fungus] lirellae, sessile, ± elongated, wavy, mostly star-shaped branched, often densely packed branches, 0.5-2 × 0.1-0.2 mm; margin black, surrounded by a narrow thallus border; the disk open, slightly sunken, brown-black, rarely white pruinose;
Ascospores brown(ish), ellipsoid, transversely 3-septate, (4-locular), 14-20 × 5-8 µm, I+ red/purple-brown;
Disc opened, brown with white-grey pruina;
Proper exciple laterally thinly and basally thickly carbonized, entire, laterally narrow, diverging, basal exciple 20-40 µm high;
Epihymenium brown;
Epithecium brownish, 2-5 µm high;
Hymenium brownish, inspersed with oil drops, 70-90 µm high, I-;

Hypothecium brown, 10-15 µm high;
Paraphyses simple, ~1-1.5 µm thick/wide, tips somewhat thickened, branched but apices unbranched, brown;
Photobiont trentepohlioid alga.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 2, 2024 a las 04:49 TARDE EST

Descripción

Growing on American Holly tree trunk, in the shade when I photographed it

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

Of the various kinds of organisms that cause plant disease, plant-parasitic algae are not the norm: the only species common in the USA is this one, a plant pathogen infecting tea, coffee, and coconut plants, causing algal or rust algal leaf spot (a.k.a green scurf) on over 200 plant species (more than 60 families) from NC to FL and into TX, most commonly plants with somewhat leathery leaves, like this magnolia, or camellia & holly

Older algal colonies that become colonized (lichenized) by a fungus turn into leaf spot lichens, composite organisms of an alga and a fungus, then classified in the genus Strigula, the only lichen parasitic on plants, most visible on leaves, but also twigs & branches, even fruit, the crusty gray-green to greenish-brown color circular/blotchy spots generally somewhat raised from the plant surface, the edges often wavy or feathered; however, in summer, when the alga reproduces, the spots turn a velvety red-brown due to the production of reddish, spore-producing structures... numerous colonies can cause premature yellowing and loss of leaves

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 2024

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

It can be identified in the field, in the “cyphelloid fungi” (“ear-cup”), thanks to its habit of growing in dense clusters, usually on dead, but still attached, branches and twigs; Merismodes anomala is a closely related species with similar but more saucer-shaped fruitbodies growing in dense swarms rather than in clusters

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grinnin

Fecha

Enero 17, 2024 a las 11:17 MAÑANA EST

Descripción

Showing what my fingers & toes felt like: white and curled up, temperatures in the teens climbing up into the 20⁰s F, generous rainfall the day before to saturate the ground, today sunny: ideal ice phenomenon formula; for this same Frostweed (Verbesina virginica) in summer bloom, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/182142512.
For nearby Frostweed (Verbesina virginica) ice flower 'blossom', cf. inaturalist.org/observations/197015793.

The formation of frost flowers, thin ice layers extruded from slits on the stems of white or yellow wingstem & ±40 other known plant species, requires freezing air temperature & moist or wet – not frozen – soil; however, not all these plants produce frost flowers on the 1st day of good conditions: sap in the stem drawn upward by capillary action from the ground expands as it freezes, splitting the stem vertically and freezing on contact with the air …as more water is drawn from ground through the split, it extrudes a paper-thin ice layer further from the stem, the length of the split determining if the frost flower is a narrow or wide ribbon of ice, curling unpredictably as it is extruded to form "petals" of the fragile “flowers”, no two of which are alike, and lasting only until they sublimate or melt, a winter wonder, and one of nature’s most beautiful and ephemeral sights.

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Culantrillo Menor (Asplenium trichomanes)

Fecha

Enero 14, 2024 a las 02:08 TARDE WET

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triley36

Fecha

Marzo 15, 2023 a las 01:34 TARDE EDT

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ccantley

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

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bob375

Fecha

Enero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

  • diffuse sorediate clumps at lobe tips and scattered away from lobe tips on thallus
  • upper surface reticulate maculate
  • lower surface has brown margin (not white)
  • marginal black cilia absent or scarce

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bob375

Fecha

Enero 2024

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chuckt2007

Fecha

Mayo 1987

Lugar

Ohio, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

growing in a rich bottomland, lower branches of inflorescence included. No. 870508015a.

See also: https://michiganflora.net/record/2190
and
http://beta.floranorthamerica.org/Poa_alsodes

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

  • perforate apothecia with sorediate rim
  • abundant black marginal cilia [as per Parmotrema hypotropum]
  • sorediate clumps at the lobe tip [as per Parmotrema hypotropum]
  • sorediate clumps scattered near the lobe tips and onto the main thallus [as per Parmotrema simulans ; in this case these appear to be nascent apothecia, so rarely seen in Parmotrema hypotropum (only one other example of which I am aware: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/195865352) that this may be usual for when apothecia are produced in that species]
  • white margin of the lower surface [as per Parmotrema hypotropum]
  • upper surface does not appear to be reticulate maculate, so not like Parmotrema simulans in that respect, again like Parmotrema hypotropum

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

On vertical rock face in a deciduous woodland.

The blueness of the thallus was very apparent, and only enhanced by the camera's flash - 4th photo.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

On rock = saxicolous = epipetric

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grinnin

Fecha

Septiembre 27, 2022 a las 03:39 TARDE EDT

Descripción

Close crop/full size; for the Least Skipper (Ancyloxypha numitor): inaturalist.org/observations/137375641; for the pinkish Swamp Smartweed (Persicaria hydropiperoides), cf. inaturalist.org/observations/180701285; for the Carolina Mantis (Stagmomantis carolina), cf. inaturalist.org/observations/180723695

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

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augochlora

Fecha

Enero 7, 2024 a las 03:10 TARDE EST

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

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Fecha

Agosto 13, 2020 a las 04:42 TARDE EDT

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Helechos Machos (Género Dryopteris)

Fecha

Agosto 5, 2020 a las 02:01 TARDE EDT

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Observ.

bob375

Fecha

Enero 2024

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Observ.

mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

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Cola de Caballo de Campo (Equisetum arvense)

Observ.

chuckt2007

Fecha

Mayo 1987

Lugar

Ohio, US (Google, OSM)

Descripción

growing near the base of a mound area by the railroad ROW. No. 870505003.

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mjpapay

Fecha

Enero 2024

Descripción

iNat to the rescue. I was, admittedly, lost.

On the trunk of a young Sugar Maple, Acer saccharum.

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bob375

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

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Pitahaya (Selenicereus undatus)

Observ.

grinnin

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

Descripción

For the huge Stinkingtoe (Hymenaea courbaril) host tree, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/195388582
For the Scarlet Macaw (Ara macao), last photo left center, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/195391971

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mjpapay

Fecha

Abril 2023

Descripción

In 2016, I was encouraged by Tony Avent, plant Delights nursery & Juniper Level Botanic Garden, to hybridize the Notocactus species that I was growing in my garden. For several years I thus made a number of crosses, in hopes of producing cold hardy plants (USDA Zone 7b) with flowers other than just yellow.

Here is one of my successes.
Notocactus submammulos turicekianus donated hardiness to cold and long spines, whilst Notocactus roseoluteus donated pink hues and a larger body.

The plants in this photo are at Juniper Level Botanic Garden, on a slightly north-facing slope, and survived unharmed, without protection, 11F.

Seedlings are for sale now at Plant Delights Nursery as Notoctus subluteus.


https://www.plantdelights.com/products/notocactus-subluteus


Notocactus is now a synonym for Parodia, but the species found under the old taxonomy of Notocactus are easy to grow, whilst the true Parodia are very difficult at best, even in a climate-controlled greenhouse. So, nurseries and cactus aficionados find the species of Notocactus, in the old taxonomy, of particular use.

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 27, 2023 a las 11:23 MAÑANA EST

Descripción

New fruit bodies starting out as small little islands

Reddish flecks can be seen on the wood (photos 1 and 2 show them most clearly). I suspect they are fungal.

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 28, 2023 a las 02:23 TARDE EST

Descripción

On old Stereum (most likely S. fasciatum)

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 29, 2023 a las 11:42 MAÑANA EST

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zitserm

Fecha

Diciembre 29, 2023 a las 11:41 MAÑANA EST

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Cerezo Silvestre (Prunus avium)

Observ.

grinnin

Fecha

Diciembre 21, 2023 a las 10:29 MAÑANA -03

Descripción

2nd set of 2 fasciated cherries – broken stem end; for the 1st set, cf. inaturalist.org/observations/195233186, another double set here: inaturalist.org/observations/195137036 & inaturalist.org/observations/195137031, and cf. inaturalist.org/observations/195131916 for one last sweet cherry with fasciation, this unusual growth or physiological abnormality, such as fruit doubling (twinning) from double pistils forming in the flower, that results in an attached fruit and a smaller spur, or two attached fruits, as shown here

I know it was a sweet cherry served at the breakfast buffet, because I ate it & all the fasciated ones: delicious

Please can anyone suggest a subspecies ID for a sweet cherry, like the dominant Prunus avium spp. duracina

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mjpapay

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

Descripción

Serendipity is a curious thing.

On two separate twigs of two different trees, the same two species of lichens grew side-by-side. Happenstance is that I found both twigs within a few minutes time, close enough together that the circumstance of collocation was not lost upon me. So, I present the two twigs together despite it being against usual protocol of observation management.

Submitted for your consideration,
Pertusaria (species as yet unknown to me) on the left,
and Ochrolechia africana on the right.

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bob375

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

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bob375

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

Descripción

County record - Union county.

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bob375

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

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Zorzal (Turdus falcklandii ssp. magellanicus)

Observ.

grinnin

Fecha

Diciembre 23, 2023 a las 05:05 TARDE -03

Descripción

This thrush from southern South America has 3 subspecies: the Magellan thrush (T. f. magellanicus) from south Argentina and south and central Chile, the Falkland thrush (T. f. falcklandii) from the Falkland Islands, and T. f. pembertoni from the Neuquén and Río Negro provinces of Argentina

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Observ.

bryan543

Fecha

Mayo 12, 2021 a las 04:53 TARDE UTC

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Junca (Juncus effusus)

Observ.

bob375

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

Fotos / Sonidos

Observ.

mjpapay

Fecha

Diciembre 2023

Fotos / Sonidos

Qué

Helecho de Espada Occidental (Polystichum munitum)

Observ.

loops76

Fecha

Agosto 30, 2019 a las 02:33 TARDE SAST