Please note that I do NOT offer an identification service for lichens. Help with identification from photographs may be available through iSpot ( http:// ).
Identification of lichens is often not possible from a photograph even when the photograph is technically perfect; key features often require a hand-lens or even a microscope or chemicals. When I have time (limited!) to try such identifications I do so through iSpot.
For several years I was the appinted Fungal Recorder for Wicken Fen, Cambridgeshire (NNR and National Trust reserve and one of the surviving fragments of the former Great Fen that occupied a large area of Cambridgeshire, Huntingdonshire and Lincolnshire inland from the Wash). More recently, the lichenised fungi were added to my remit. While recording arrangements have now changed, I would still be very pleased to receive any reliable records for lichenised or non-lichenised fungi that Wicken Fen visitors might have tucked away in notebooks.
Having entered service as one of the first-generation executive jets, the British Aerospace 125 has been operated by a wide variety of customers, ranging from government and military operators to private customers and businesses, it has also seen use by several airlines. Many of the aircraft's customers have been located in North America; in 1990, out of the 650 aircraft then being operated, more than 400 were being flown in the United States.  Reportedly, one aircraft was being sold every seven working days for a substantial period of the type's production life.  Successively larger versions were introduced to extend the type's appeal and to better compete against larger jets being used for business travel, such as the Gulfstream IV and Falcon 900 .