|Pixie Cup Fungi, Carara National Park, Costa Rica|
|Ceiba Tree, Carra National Park, Costa Rica
Also called Kapok or Silk Cotton Tree
In all tropical forests I’ve seen, Africa, South America
|The back side of the above Ceiba has a “cave”|
|Rain forests have an incredible variety of trees
and plants. My guide Victor leads the way down
and old road used as trail now.
|One of the several varieties of Cecropia Trees,
similar to my Guarumo but not the same. Cousins!
This whole family of trees has multiple medicinal uses.
|Rare plant that only grows in this particular
transitional forest and only in the shade.
Has medicinal uses.
|And another fungus! 🙂|
“The clearest way to the Universe is through a forest wilderness.”
— John Muir