Wolf Lichen

Wolf Lichen

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Credit: GREGORY G. DIMIJIAN, M.D. /SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Wolf lichen, (Letharia vulpina), covering trunk of a white fir, (Abies concolor), in the Sierra Nevada mountains of Sequoia National Park, California. The lichen produces a toxin, vulpinic acid. Wolf lichen also occurs in northern Europe, where it was once used to poison foxes and wolves.

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Keywords: abies, abies concolor, bark, california, californian, fir, flora, forest, letharia, letharia vulpina, lichen, national park, nature, parmeliaceae, pinaceae, plant, plantae, sequoia national park, sierra nevada, sierra nevada mountains, sierra nevadas, tree, united states flora, us flora, white fir, white firs, wilderness, wolf lichen, wood, wooded, woods

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