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Yes, you should definitely keep your eyes open for it!
“Better to have the super photos without a specimen than nothing at all, right?”
That was my feeling when decided to take this opportunity!
I hope to have another more carefully planned trip to the place, that looks very promissing.
Thanks, Jason, for your comments.
[Edited: The first link does not work.]
Relatively new, definitely known from your area
Biggest difference is type of rhizines: forked to simple instead of squarrose. Also soralia are more eroded, resulting in different overall shape of lobes, since the eroded medulla causes the lobes to curl differently.
I suspect yours is P. sulcata based on the overall shape, but it’s hard to say for sure. But I understand the lack of specimens. It happens! Better to have the super photos without a specimen than nothing at all, right?
This applies to most of the observations from this new location. It was an unexpected opportunity to visit the place and was, so to say, an exploring trip. I was not prepared …
But, P. barrenoae I never heard. It doesn’t appear in the British Flora nor in the portuguese checklist.
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