Bruce Cook

Unido: nov 29, 2020 Última actividad: jun 8, 2023 iNaturalist

I am learning so much, even just by paying attention to what gets posted to the Vermont Atlas of Life. Thank you all. :)

I use a Panasonic DC-ZS70 with a Leica lens; I know very little of photography, and it seems like a good camera for using the automatic settings.

Resources I often use (most pertain specifically to northeastern North America): (there are a lot of resources besides observations here)
Mushrooms of the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada by Timothy J. Baroni
Any books by Arleen and Alan Bessette
How to Identify Mushrooms to Genus 1 and 3 (I don't own any others)
A Mushroom Word Guide by Robert M. Hallock

Common Lichens of Northeastern North America by McMullin and Anderson
The Macrolichens of New England by Hinds and Hinds
Lichens of North America by Brodo, Sharnoff, and Sharnoff
Wildflowers of New England by Ted Elliman
Flora Novae Angliae by Arthur Haines
Northeast Ferns by Steve W. Chadde (includes fern allies)
Mosses, Sedges, Grasses, and Woody Plants of the Northern Forest (4 books) by Jerry Jenkins.
Grasses, Sedges, Rushes by Brown and Elliman
Botany in a Day by Thomas J. Elpel
Liverworts of New England by Mary S. G. Lincoln

Wasps by Heather Holm

Some of my more unusual finds:
Stelis Coarctatus:
Only observation of the genus Gennadota on Inat:
Synathedon helenis:
Tmemophlebia coquilletti:
Leucozona xylotoides:
Leucozona xylotoides:
Possible new Cladonia sp. for Vermont:
Aureolaria pedicularia var. intercedens:
Gorytes atricornis:
Nephus flavifrons:
Sericomyia bifasciata:
Osmia georgica:

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