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Rich brown apothecia; indistinct cups, not sorediate; few ascending squamules on podetia; podetia 1-6 cm tall; podetia grey/green.


cool north facing talus field. Rock type Granitic. 4500-5000 feet

1 Species ID Suggestions

wilkie 6 years ago
Cup Lichen
Cladonia cariosa CNALH - Cladonia cariosa

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MilesBerkey 6 years ago

Yeah that is what i thought, but I think the podetia isn't sorediate as C. cariosa appears. hmmm

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MilesBerkey 6 years ago

It is some kind of cladonia

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Washington, USA

Spotted on Oct 7, 2013
Submitted on Oct 13, 2013

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