Category Archives: lichen
With my parents in town for a short visit and Alaska Day festivities (namely, the parade), it was a pretty full day. My dad wanted to check out a patch of cranberries he had noted this summer along Beaver Lake … Continue reading
Sometimes the black line of black band lichen (Verrucaria maura) is described as a bathtub ring when rocky shores are viewed from a distance. A trip to John Brown’s Beach this past spring was the first time I had noticed … Continue reading
Connor, Rowan and I went down to Totem Park for a while today. They spent some time wandering in the woods, while I looked for things to take pictures of as part of my 1000 Species project (as of the … Continue reading
Despite the damp and cool weather, I was inspired to take pictures of several bryophytes, mushrooms, and a lichen on a short visit to Blue Lake Campground.
Pictures of a Lobaria amplissima collection made in Three Entrance Bay.