Article on San Diego State University Field Stations Program website

Article on San Diego State University Field Stations Program website

Pentagramma triangularis, just chillin’ trailside

Our recent fieldwork at Santa Margarita Ecological Reserve (in Riverside and San Diego Counties near Temecula, CA) resulted in on online article on the San Diego State University Field Stations Program new website!

This spot was absolutely luscious, with lots of topographic diversity, rain, mud, flowering plants, ferns, lycophytes, fungi, and liverworts. We (Forrest and Keir) found the first Pentagramma triangularis of the trip here, which rounded out our other fern and lycophyte collections of the morning nicely. I’m so grateful that this Reserve exists, and that the SDSU Field Stations make this biodiverse region so accessible for research. See previous post for more luscious photos of SMER!

 

Myriostoma!

 

Asterella?

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.