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samuelbrinker

Fecha

Julio 2021

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matthias22

Fecha

Mayo 19, 2018 01:11 PM MDT

Descripción

At small clay cliff. This series of images probably shows four different individuals. The cliff is a very active nest site of Ancistrocerus sp. B (see https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/101059487 and https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/101033928), the presumed host. Anthophora bomboides and perhaps occidentalis also nest there (see https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/100907601).

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bstarzomski

Fecha

Octubre 25, 2021 01:32 PM PDT

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michaelrudy

Descripción

Guess for now, will revisit more photos later. Growing on mossy old growth Acer macrophyllum branches.

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jozien

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Junio 2, 2019 12:51 PM PDT

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michaelrudy

Fecha

Junio 2021

Descripción

I thought it was a Collema at first glance, but it is not at all jelly like when wet. Thallus is greenish, very three dimensional, and appears squamulose and brainlike, but upon collection the squamules look more like wrinkled lobes at the end of branching, tree like growths more or less arising from a white central area. Collected in the Kananaskis area of Alberta from non-calcareous rocks at very high elevation.

Some parts of the sample have what look like misshapen black apothecia on top, but I haven't been able to sample any of them yet to confirm.

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Qué

Ojos de Oro (Teloschistes chrysophthalmus)

Observ.

samuelbrinker

Fecha

Junio 2013

Lugar

Canada (Google, OSM)

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bstarzomski

Fecha

Enero 15, 2021 01:47 PM PST

Descripción

Very tiny: 2-3mm max, some individuals ~1mm. Growing on wet, silty soil

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michaelrudy

Fecha

Agosto 2020

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michaelrudy

Fecha

Julio 2020

Descripción

This record represents the third record of this species from SK, but it has not been reported since at least 1992 from the province and was thought to be extirpated. Effectively this is a confirmation that this orchid species still persists in SK.

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michaelrudy

Fecha

Junio 26, 2020 02:47 PM MDT

Descripción

ID confirmed, Dr. James Glasier. This is the first record of the species from SK.

Sample accessioned, Royal Alberta Museum.

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michaelrudy

Fecha

Marzo 25, 2020 01:43 PM MDT

Descripción

Growing on shaded limestone rock ledge on top of thin layer of soil and moss in limestone crevices. Occurs in a mixed cyanobacterial and soil diatom community, but this observation is for the turquoise strands.

  1. The species is filamentous, with sparse single false branching.
  2. It is nitrogen fixing and has orange quadratic heterocytes, with an average size of 9.3 x 7.1 μm.
  3. Cell walls are relatively faint and hard to make out. The ones in the photos are the clearest I could manage.
  4. Filaments are approximately 6.5 μm wide (average of multiple filaments, excluding the sheath), and the sheath is approximately 1 μm wide, and dusted with precipitate.

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dianalynn1

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Diciembre 29, 2019 03:33 PM PST

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sienna

Fecha

Agosto 17, 2010

Lugar

Athabasca (Google, OSM)

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michaelrudy

Fecha

Diciembre 2019

Descripción

Growing on pink/whitish limestone. Spores appear to be either of two different types (one with easily visible and unique jigsaw-shaped septa, and the other with hard to see septa and intercellular speckling). Average spore sizes (n=8 each) are 15.7 x 3.8 μm (jigsaw septa) and 17.9 x 4.4 μm (opaque spores) for the two types.

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dunnder

Fecha

Diciembre 27, 2019 10:58 AM EST

Descripción

Orange lichen(?) growing on limestone.

Plants

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Plantas (Reino Plantae)

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jeffreypeter

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Octubre 11, 2017 12:15 PM PDT

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morten

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Febrero 12, 2015 06:29 AM CET

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wdvanhem

Fecha

Septiembre 20, 2019 11:59 PM EDT

Descripción

FBO bryophyte trip to Inglis Falls led by Jennifer Doubt.

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michaelrudy

Fecha

Agosto 2017

Descripción

White stripes, wide oculo-malar spaces, and rufous spot are diagnostic for this species.

This is an unusual observation of the species including a nest, as nests are almost never seen.

This is also quite a southerly record for a nest of this Arctic species.

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gonodactylus

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Julio 20, 2018 04:55 PM CDT

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michaelrudy

Fecha

Agosto 2019

Descripción

This is a previously undiscovered seep of this globally imperiled moss, which is heavily threatened due to climate change and is known from only 19 sites in Canada.

Sample confirmed by Dr. Caners, Royal Alberta Museum.

Location obscured to protect the population.