These habitats may range from bare rock to tree trunks; considerable variety is amply demonstrated even in a relatively small area such as the Buskett woodland, where all the following photographs were taken.
|Caloplaca sp., a distinctive yellow lichen which covers bare rock|
|Ramalina durieui, found mostly on thin branches of pine (Pinus halepensis) and cypress (Cupressus sempervirens)|
|Another 'leafy', cypress-loving species|
|This lichen appears to prefer dead bark of the pine tree|
|A black lichen using rock as its substrate. The green growth consists of moss, which, unlike lichen, is a true plant.|
|A white lichen on rock.|