Found on a rock wall along the road. Leaves 2.6 - 3.2 mm long, narrowly lanceolate from an ovate plicate base.
C. mildei or C. inclusum, juvenile female.
They probably account for more spider bites than any other spider and their bites are sometimes misdiagnosed as brown recluse bites.
On a piece of rotting wood. Acrcyria?
On a piece of rotting wood. Fruiting bodies sessile.
Dense green cushion on a rocky wall beside the road.
Many on a piece of moldy wood.
On a piece of rotten wood. Sporangia 0.4 - 0.5 mm in diameter.
Growing on mossy rocks in full sun. Podetia PD+ red
I'm not all sure about this one. There are many stiff upright hairs on a rotting tree branch. When they are disturbed, a white mist of spores is released. Close up, the spores are 9 x 3 µm. There is little evidence of an original thallus.