Observation 220617: Non-fungal
When: 2015-09-19
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Andrew, the photos are good and very well illustrate your point.
By: zaca
2015-10-28 10:37:37 CET (+0100)

My previous comment was about Danny’s proposal of Collemopsidium, concerning the existence of its fruiting bodies in the photos.

Yeah, this was shot with my portable Canon PowerShot SX-100 IS
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2015-10-28 04:26:31 CET (+0100)

and wasn’t meant to show the intimate details, just to illustrate the issue on hand.

Who knows?
By: zaca
2015-10-28 01:07:00 CET (+0100)

There are no enough details in the photos.

is there none there?
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2015-10-28 00:44:18 CET (+0100)

I thought there might be, but I honestly don’t know what to look for, only that these barnacles are the “host”.

Not so fast, Danny,
By: zaca
2015-10-27 22:41:00 CET (+0100)

I can see the barnacles, but what about the decoration (lichen)?

not so fast
By: Danny Newman (myxomop)
2015-10-27 19:52:49 CET (+0100)

this may have fungus after all

By: Matt Welter (mattfungus)
2015-10-26 03:42:47 CET (+0100)

and a pillbug to boot!

I hope MO community will not send a contract killer my way for posting these :)
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2015-10-26 03:39:48 CET (+0100)

But while walking along the shore in Jacksonville and seeing this stick, my first thought was: interesting lichen and fungi there! Not so fast: where we have lichen and Stereales on fallen sticks, in Florida they have mollusks and worms.

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