Daidai-goke
(Caloplaca flavorubescens )
 

 
Crustose lichens that are calm orange in color and stand out boldly from the tree trunks on which they grow.
  

 

Torihada-goke
(Pertusaria velata )
 

 
Crustose lichens. Their appearance reminds one of goose skin.

 
 

Pencilmark lichen
(Graphis scripta )
 

 
Crustose lichens with a design resembling hieroglyphic writing.

 
 

Kogane-goke
(Chrysothrix sp.)
 

 
Crustose lichens produce granular sprout powder, which is bright to light yellow.

 
 

Kogeboshi-goke
(Megalospora sp.)
 

 
Crustose lichens named for its black ascomata, they are compared to “burnt (koge) stars (boshi).”

 
 

Karatachi-goke
(Ramalina conduplicans )
 

 
Fruticose lichens. They are epiphytic lichens that grow on tree trunks and branches like coral-shaped broaches.

 
 

Koakami-goke
(Cladonia macilenta )
 

 
Fruticose lichens. They look pretty, like they are wearing a vermilion beret.

 
 

Yarinoho-goke
(Cladonia coniocraea )
 

 
Fruticose lichens, which are characterized by “spear-heads” rising from leaf bodies that resemble rough scales.

 
 

Kabuto-goke
(Lobaria sp.)
 

 
Foliose lichens. They look like moss, but are thick when touched. They are usually opaque.

 
 

Ebira-goke
(Lobaria discolorvar. discolor )
 

 
Foliose lichens. Ebira means a tool for carrying arrows on one’s back.

 
 

Anchi-goke
(Anzia opuntiella )
 

 
Foliose lichens, a genus of Anzia belonging to Parmeliaceae. Its species name Anchi references its scientific genus name, “Anzia.

 
 

Olive-goke
(Melanohalea olivacea )
 

 
These are foliose lichens seen on tree trunks.

 
 

Tsume-goke
(Peltigera sp.)
 

 
Foliose lichens. Ascomata stand up in the shape of nails from a Jew's‐ear-looking leaf body.

 
 

Geji-geji-goke
(Heterodermia sp.)
 

 
These foliose lichens are seen on tree trunks.
 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 

 
 

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