Category: moss

I desperately wanted to take photos of moss and lichens today but didn’t have the energy for a proper hike, so I spent 20 minutes looking at the organisms on my nextdoor neighbor’s fence. It was nice to get to know my little neighbors.

Winter is one of my favorite seasons in Utah because there’s actual precipitation, and the lichens and moss come to life. These pictures were taken on a short meander around my neighborhood, creeping on other people’s trees.

Trip to the neighborhood canyon to poke some moss that had been reinvigorated by the rain.

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Weekend hike

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These pictures showed up in my Facebook memories from 3 years ago, and it occurred to me I’d never posted them on here. Behold, the glorious stinkhorns I stumbled upon at my old field site in northern Wisconsin!

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Moss and lichen

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Here is a list of things I called cute – out loud and by myself – on my hike today.

These moss sporophytes (I know I posted about them already but look at how small they are what the heck!):

This lichen (which, I’m sorry, I don’t have the energy to identify even though I am studying lichens):

This cliff face:

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Here is a list of things I called cute – out loud and by myself – on my hike today.

These moss sporophytes (I know I posted about them already but look at how small they are what the heck!):

This lichen (which, I’m sorry, I don’t have the energy to identify even though I am studying lichens):

This cliff face:

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I went to the mountains for the first time in three months and was greeted by the cutest little moss sporophytes.