Oakmoss (Evernia prunastri) - 2
Very common across most of the Northern hemisphere, oakmoss is a type of fruticose lichen found not only on oaks, but pines and firs as well. In France and other parts of Southern Europe, it is harvested commercially for making perfume that has a sharp, slightly sweet odor. This one was found along with many hundreds of others above Soos Creek, in Kent, Washington State.
- Image Size
- 7360x4907 / 40.3MB
- Contained in galleries
- Shrub Lichens