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Yeah, I don’t understand any of these placodioid species yet. You’ve got great material to learn from. I’m so jealous.
According to Irish lichens : in C. saxicola the “Convex lobes are short, pruiniose, splayed and often down-turned at tips”, which is not the case. In this specmen the pruinosity is restricted to the center of thallus. Maybe, as you mentioned in a previous comment, there is a different understanding of C. saxicola in the two continents, America and Europe.
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