Photo: Blue Turkey Tails
#naturefacts curated by +Michiel Valk 
Turkey Tails are a North American fungus. They grow on dead hardwood. Their colors are variable depending on the wood and even the weather. It is definitely one of my favorite fungi and we have turkey tail hunts whenever we go into the woods.
Photo: Cladonia arbuscula
#lichenpoker curated by +Chris Mallory 
+The Lichen Page curated by +Dan Bowden, +Chris Mallory and me
Another reindeer lichen. But I think it looks like antlers.
Seen here with at least two other Cladonia species.
Photo: Green Lichen on Sugar Maple
#TheLichenPage curated by +Dan Bowden, +Chris Mallory and me.
Taken yesterday on the bog walk. I also found the same lichen on a dying paper birch.
Photo: Witch's Butter (Dacrymyces palmatus)
#fungusfriday curated by +Chris Sullivan 
Also called Witch's Jelly. The large one looks almost like a rosette to me. See my previous post for the black jelly.
Photo: Brown Lichen on wood
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Andrée Reno Sanborn
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Green Lichen on Sugar Maple
#TheLichenPage curated by +Dan Bowden, +Chris Mallory and me.
Taken yesterday on the bog walk. I also found the same lichen on a dying paper birch.
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