Nordic lichen Society Steinkjer 3-6 august 2015

Day 3 in the field at Snåsa (Bergsåsens Nature Reserv) calcareous pine forest and calcareous rocks


Snåsa
Third excursion in the field thursday 6 of august!

Foto och text (with help of Staffan Wall and others) Aimon Niklasson



Einar Timdal with group on way up on Bergsåsen




Whats growing on top av an old Juniperus? Ulrika Nordin and Fredrik Jonsson Sweden in the background and Harald Bratli Norway on top



Fredrik och Ulrika show Protoparmelia oleagina a wood living lichen often parasitized by Sphinctrina anglica




Imshaugia aleurites




Imshaugia aleurites




Mycoblastus sanguinarius spontaneously colored




Hypogymnia farinacea




Gymnocarpium robertianum with lots of glandulae and yes its calcium in the ground!




Cladonia rangiferina without usnic acid




Cladonia stellata in older time used for winter window isolation at least in Sweden




Probably Pyrola media instead of what I hoped for Pyrola rotundifolia sp. norvegica since too straight style




Probably Pyrola media instead of what I hoped for Pyrola rotundifolia sp. norvegica since too straight style. Leave




Probably Pyrola media instead of what I hoped for Pyrola rotundifolia sp. norvegica since too straight style. Leave





Plenty of Epipactes atrorubens in some places problem to find a place for a foot




Epipactes atrorubens no insects been there yet




Cetraria islandica




Gymnadenia conopsea




Acarospora cervina??




Tortella tortuosa (not checked in the microscope)




Asplenium ruta-muraria typical for calcium rich stone




Fissidens sp not yet in the microscope




Collema/Leptogium?




Dryas octopetala in patches




Dryas octopetala




East end (of lake Snåsa!)




Maria Prieto Spain, Fredrik Jonsson Sweden and Håkon Holien




Dactylorhiza maculata sp fuchsii is a god guess on this calcareous ground




Path to the lake




The eccentric elevated bog




the bog itself




Lake Snåsa with snow left in the mountain beginning of august




The bog again




Peltigera?




Aconitum lycoctonum ssp. septentrionale




Rosa majalis




Rosa majalis




Group at the lake for lunch




Mika tries to take photographs at the lake




Mika Bendiksby a good reason for the good organization of the congress




The peaceful lake on Bergsåsen




Circium helenioides




Placynthium nigrans Shown by Einar




Acrocordia glaucocarpa




Phlyctis argena color reaction y/r




Ochrolechia szatalaënsis? lichen on Juniper with crystals that become glittering gold coloured in UV light,
suggested by Fredrik to be this species




Parmeliella triptophylla




Psoroma hypnorum




Einar explaining




Baeomyces placophyllus if K+ y is enough



Some history



















Not only lichenologist work on stone! The famous reindeer at Bøla in natural size




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