34.2177° -118.1304° 957m
HABITAT recently lightly-burned open oak forest high on north slope; SUBSTRATE bark of Quercus chrysolepis at chest height; ASPECT partly shaded; NOTES reflexed lobe tips with very coarse non-isidioid soredia under tips and margins, white and ecorticate? below with black squarrose rhizines, particularly pruinose.
There were a couple of oaks that survived the Station Fire, all covered with Physconia. I took a small sampling from all over, and was surprised to find that it was all P. perisidiosa, with only a tiny bit of P. enteroxantha mixed in on one piece.
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Created: 2012-07-23 02:46:53 CDT (-0400)
Last modified: 2012-07-23 02:46:57 CDT (-0400)
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