Nature Walk 1-Gabriel Valadez

I went and walked around the Houghton Garden area for approximately 45 minutes. I would say that earlier the weather was only mildly cold and only mildly windy and was perfectly acceptable to go for an outdoors stroll. When I was there I was taken aback by how green the area itself was and how many different types of plant life that were present. I was impressed and in awe with the many different types of fungi growing throughout the entirety of the garden and how diverse they were for being in such a small area. It truly is impressive that in such a confined area you can see living examples of species richness in terms of the plant life and the fungi as well. From my observation, I noticed that the Aborted Entoloma was the predominant fungus species in the area because of how reoccurring it was throughout the entirety of my walk. So if I was speaking purely in terms of the fungi this area would have fungi species richness but it would certainly lack species evenness.

Posted by gabriel_valadez gabriel_valadez, 02 October, 2022 19:37

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Water Elms (Genus Planera)

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gabriel_valadez

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October 2, 2022 11:42 AM EDT

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Spindles (Genus Euonymus)

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gabriel_valadez

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October 2, 2022 11:43 AM EDT

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Goldenrods (Genus Solidago)

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gabriel_valadez

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October 2, 2022 11:45 AM EDT

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Aborted Entoloma (Entoloma abortivum)

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gabriel_valadez

Date

October 2, 2022 12:01 PM EDT

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Painted Suillus (Suillus spraguei)

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gabriel_valadez

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October 2, 2022 12:01 PM EDT

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Michaelmas-Daisies (Genus Symphyotrichum)

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gabriel_valadez

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October 2, 2022 11:49 AM EDT

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Deceivers (Genus Laccaria)

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gabriel_valadez

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October 2, 2022 12:04 PM EDT

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