Tag Archives: Mosses
Click on any picture to zoom & enter the slide show. Photography by Ken Borgfeldt, Penny Longhurst, Jim Poling, & Lucy Prim. Plants that are non-native to North America are indicated by an asterisk (*) placed after the species name. … Continue reading
Another great day for Hardy Souls. Thanks Larry! (Click on any picture to zoom) Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & Penny Longhurst. Plants that are non-native to North America are indicted by an asterisk (*) placed after the species name.
Jim Poling was amazed by the geology, history, culture, birds, and wildflowers on his visit to Newfoundland in July 2016. His talking about it encouraged Penny Longhurst to go in July 2017. Jim and Penny will share what they learned … Continue reading
Click on any picture to zoom Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & David Heavner
David and Penny attended Jim Goldsmith’s Mosses and Liverworts class at the NC Arboretum in October and then went out mossin’! Sadly there were several mosses they were unable to identify. Maybe you can help. If you have any suggestions … Continue reading
Click on any picture to zoom and start the slide show Photography by Ken Borgfeldt, David Heavner, & Penny Longhurst
Holmes Trail Map Photography by Ken Borgfeldt, David Heavner, & Penny Longhurst. Click on any picture to zoom and view the slide show.
We’ve included a photograph of Monkshood (Aconitum uncinatum) in bloom so you can compare it to the fruit that we saw on our walk. Our lunch spot: and an old video of Courthouse Falls Photography by Ken Borgfeldt & Penny Longhurst,
An illustrated Mosses & Liverworts identification page based on Bonnie’s handout can be seen at https://wcbotanicalclub.org/bryophytes/ Other pictures from the field trip can be seen below. Click on any picture to zoom and view the slide show. Photography by Alice Greko & … Continue reading
We’re currently having some discussions on whether the Ladies’ Tresses orchids seen on the Coontree walk are Spiranthes tuberosa (Little Ladies’ Tresses) or Spiranthes cernua (Nodding Ladies’ Tresses). When or if we work it out we’ll post the correct names. Feel … Continue reading