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Neal Fellows commented on Jeff Smith's blog post Recap: The Bob and Jeff Century Ride 2010, Around the Horn
"great job you guys, sign me up next year, neal"
Oct 26, 2010
Dean Bull commented on Neal Fellows's photo
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Lichen?

"Did you hear what the algea said to the fungus? "I've taken a lichen to you." Lichens consist of a fungus (for structure) and an algea (to do photosynthesis). They are symbiotic--there are evidently many combinations of various fungi…"
Aug 10, 2010
Rachel North commented on Neal Fellows's photo
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Lichen?

"That's British Soldier. Master gardener and indigenous plant protector Janet Dickerson, my mom, says that it's not threatened and it is often collected to be used in terrariums. As kids, I remember mom telling me to, "Leave it…"
Aug 9, 2010
Neal Fellows commented on Neal Fellows's photo
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Old Birch

"Your shots of pancake mushrooms are spectacular! The detail is really stunning. This birch is down in kind of a gully in Houdek Dunes so it was hard to tell its height. It is unusual to see an old birch that is this full, isn't it?"
Jun 16, 2010
Neal Fellows commented on Neal Fellows's photo
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Lichen?

"The psora russelli lichen sure looks a lot like it although not as red in color. And odd that the map doesn't have it located in Michigan. Thanks for the input and the link!"
Jun 16, 2010
Susan Corriveau commented on Neal Fellows's photo
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Lichen?

"Here is a link to the psora russellii lichen: http://symbiota.org/nalichens/taxa/index.php?taxon=55368&taxauthid=0 They have maps on this site and log where these lichen can be found. Although there is none identified for Michigan."
Jun 15, 2010
Susan Corriveau commented on Neal Fellows's photo
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Lichen?

"Well I can identify this out by checking out the US Forest Service website for lichens in Michigan: squamules (squamulose) - small foliose lichen structures that are attached to their substrate by one end, like a shingle; several of these structures…"
Jun 15, 2010
Susan Corriveau commented on Neal Fellows's photo
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Lichen?

"Great shot, Neal. I have my eyes on a reference book at Barnes & Noble that will help to identify the Michigan lichen. Our trip to Isle Royale was great for seeing lichen. thanks for sharing."
Jun 15, 2010

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