Growing on a sandstone platform some 20 meters above the sea (see the photo of the habitat). Some features of these specimens:
- Non fertile;
- Pulvinate thallus, made of pieces of small size, consisting of lobes repeatedly branched;
- Not isidiate, but lobes finally appearing somewhat ‘isidioid’.
According to CNALH it must be Collema callopismum. In europe I only found a norwegian site reporting its existence at maritime localities, which is a point in favor of the classification, due to the habitat. It seems to be a rare species.
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Created: 2012-07-17 14:13:19 PDT (-0700)
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