First photo was taken by the creator of Dymabase: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/22779633
Name: Wolf Lichen (Letharia vulpina)
Description: Letharia vulpina, commonly known as the wolf lichen (although the species name vulpina, from vulpine relates to the fox), is a fruticose lichenized species of fungus in the family Parmeliaceae. It is bright yellow-green, shrubby and highly branched, and grows on the bark of living and dead conifers.
Distribution: Pacific Northwest
Habitat: dry areas of moist forests
Fun fact: has vulpinic acid, which is poisonous to predators like wolves and foxes.
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