What a honker

What a honker

A fresh to death Oregon Reishi from northern C…

A fresh to death Oregon Reishi from northern California

The local graveyard is such a good place to lo…

The local graveyard is such a good place to look for lichens.

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I’m going to be disconnected from this Saturday (7/21) to the following Saturday to go on a trip with my family to a beautiful part of the upper peninsula of Michigan. We made this trip together 4 or 5 years ago, and it was memorable and good.

Anyway, if ya’ll are wondering what kind of nerd I am, one of the things I am most excited for on the trip is revisiting a lichen species (I remember exactly where it was) that I have only ever seen there.

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halloweentreat:pumpkins growing (x) I never re…

halloweentreat:

pumpkins growing (x)

I never reblog anything but look at this!! incredible!!

Pictured are male flowers. Can’t wait to hand-…

Pictured are male flowers. Can’t wait to hand-pollinate when the female flower emerges!

I think I have my first female pumpkin flower,…

I think I have my first female pumpkin flower, it’s a bud with a little bulb at the bottom. Pictured above is the growth from Monday to today (Wednesday)

Georgia reishi.

Georgia reishi.

Piles upon piles of old Astraeus sp. at Mazoma…

Piles upon piles of old Astraeus sp. at Mazomanie Oak Barrens. False earthstars are hygroscopic, which means that their “rays” open up with sufficient moisture and close again once dry.

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