Friday, June 12, 2009

Field Photos: A Hyla's Hiney and Tremella fuciformis

A couple of snapshots from this week’s fieldwork in north central Florida:

First, Hyla versicolor a “gray treefrog” – this guy was about twelve feet up; couldn’t convince him to turn and smile…

Take a look at Amphibiaweb’s Hyla versicolor page for follow-up:

And second, Tremella fuciformis, a.k.a. “snow fungus” – a variety of jelly fungi often used in Chinese cooking.

For more info on snow fungus checkout Kuo’s Tremella fuciformi page here:

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