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Wood Sorrel and Lichens

Saturday, April 2nd 2011

The delicate, nodding flowers of Wood Sorrel are brightening the grassy banks along the beck.

Wood Sorrel

The following lichens are on some old Ash branches.

Yellow Lichen

This first one has been tentatively identified as Xanthoria polycarpa.

Brown Lichen

This one may be Lecanora pulicaris.

If anyone out there can identify these for sure can they please contact us via the website either to confirm the names or let us know the correct ones.  Thank you.

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