Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Hiking the ROW Part 2

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Wild Cherry Nipple Gall caused by eriophyid mites on chokecherry leaves.

In this post, I continue the photographic essay on hiking up the right of way on our land up Barton Mountain. An introduction is here and part one is here.

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White Cohosh (Actaea pachypoda)
also called White Baneberry

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Blue Cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides)
Also called squaw root or papoose root.

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A colony of Artist's Fungi (Ganoderma applanatum)

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Under an Artist's Fungus.

Quarried Granite Buried in the Woods-2.jpg
A quarry cut block of granite far from any quarry and now buried,
over a century later, by the forest.
See more Barton Mountain granite quarry history here.

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Hickory Tussock Moth larva (Lophocampa caryae)

To view the other photos:
Introduction: Strangers on the mountain
Hiking the ROW: Part 1
Hiking the ROW: Part 2
Hiking the ROW: Part 3


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