Category Archives: Acadia National Park
On Soil. Fruticose; Podetia; so far so good. But then I misinterpreted Brown or No Apothecia in the same way that got Oakhurst Dairy in trouble- there is NO COMMA. So, the Podetia are not brown; they are green. Cups … Continue reading
First lower pinnule is almost equal or a bit shorter than the second; but not very much. The texture looks like the ferns that I think are Dryopteris cristata , they are growing near our vernal pool at home. But this … Continue reading
Gordian worms! Notice that one end works like a “holdfast” or anchor attaching to the gravel or a leaf. The Nematomorph photographed on the 26th was there in the same place on the 27th (we put it back after … Continue reading
ID thanks to Roger Rittmaster, Bartramia pomiformis. This moss is on the access path to the Witch Hole Trail, 44 24′ 14″ N and 68 14′ 55″ W (sorry I don’t know how to get the degree sign for the notations). … Continue reading
I don’t see antennae. Its legs are kind of skinny. It has the long probing tongue, however. On asters at the north end of Eagle Lake.