TOPIC: BVP's Great Book
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Date: Tues, Nov 13 2007 6:03 am
From: "Jess Riddle"
Looks like Platismatia tuckermanii on either end of the twig, and
can see some Pseudevernia consocians above your palm. I'm not sure
what the others are, but it looks like they're providing lots of
invertebrate habitat. Both Platismatia and Psuedevernia are common
old conifers around the Cataloochee section of the Smokies.
On Nov 12, 2007 7:02 PM, Randy Brown <email@example.com>
> I uploaded a close up picture of a lichen encrusted twig I
picked up along
> the Boogerman trail in the Smokies this spring:
> Perhaps not Pacific Northwest grade but still an amazing little
> in there.