Notes: Hardwood small tree in marsh — twig.
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… I´ll be back with more info on this one. They are deceivingly abundant, the only large foliose I´ve seen around the park – but I know well enough that it can´t be just one species. No way no how, I´ll do what I can today :) at least widdle down to a few more features present.
Something super cool is that the Tucans are hopping and standing on the Parmotrema´s all the time, indubitably on so many lichens, but actually seeing that up close is a really neat feeling — yesterday I was watching a Toco Tucan resting on top of one and I kind of felt like I was watching a family member hanging out palling around with him, I could almost feel its feet standing on my head… :)
with a ten foot pole down there without full spot tests and a lot of specimens and patience! Very diverse. I barely have my head around the ones in the US.
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