(Caloplaca flavorubescens )
Crustose lichens that are calm orange in color and stand out boldly from the tree trunks on which they grow.
(Pertusaria velata )
Crustose lichens. Their appearance reminds one of goose skin.
(Graphis scripta )
Crustose lichens with a design resembling hieroglyphic writing.
Crustose lichens produce granular sprout powder, which is bright to light yellow.
Crustose lichens named for its black ascomata, they are compared to “burnt (koge) stars (boshi).”
(Ramalina conduplicans )
Fruticose lichens. They are epiphytic lichens that grow on tree trunks and branches like coral-shaped broaches.
(Cladonia macilenta )
Fruticose lichens. They look pretty, like they are wearing a vermilion beret.
(Cladonia coniocraea )
Fruticose lichens, which are characterized by “spear-heads” rising from leaf bodies that resemble rough scales.
Foliose lichens. They look like moss, but are thick when touched. They are usually opaque.
(Lobaria discolorvar. discolor )
Foliose lichens. Ebira means a tool for carrying arrows on one’s back.
(Anzia opuntiella )
Foliose lichens, a genus of Anzia belonging to Parmeliaceae. Its species name Anchi references its scientific genus name, “Anzia.”
(Melanohalea olivacea )
These are foliose lichens seen on tree trunks.
Foliose lichens. Ascomata stand up in the shape of nails from a Jew's‐ear-looking leaf body.
These foliose lichens are seen on tree trunks.