Despite being a pretty common and recognizable moss, I had not managed to photograph Buckiella undulata before and so stopped to take a picture on my way back from the park.
Last summer I noticed these white growths while doing some plant surveying work along Blue Lake Creek. At first glance I thought maybe they were rootlets coming from the trunk of the tree (either Red Alder or Sitka Willow, I can’t remember which). Closer examination revealed that they were actually growing directly from the moss. … Read more
After taking pictures of geese on the lawn at SJ this morning, I took advantage of the sunny day and hiked to the second view point on Mt. Verstovia trail. Along the way I was able to find and photograph a couple of new-to-me species, as well as the early blooming fern-leaf goldthead. Later in … Read more
I wanted to get some better photos of Licorice Fern (Polypodium glycyrrhiza) so stopped to take some photos of a nice bunch at Castle Hill. While I was there I also did some bryophyte photography. Later in the day I was out at Starrigavan to look around a bit and took a picture of the … Read more
Sunrise pictures from Sheldon Jackson Campus down to Totem Park. Bryophyte photos from Sawmill Creek and Sawmill Creek Road cliffs between Sawmill Cove and Herring Cove.