Collection location: Granite Pass. Okanogan Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]
on Si rock (Golden Horn Granite) , 6,200’ (1,890m)
Calling this O. ventosa as apparently O. lapponica is more northerly than Washington. Relatively recently Katherine Glew and I looked at spores of several Washington specimens. All were found to be O. ventosa.
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Hope you are doing well. Hope to post some more lichens before too long.
Perfect crisp colorful photos as always. Thanks for posting these!
Created: 2012-08-31 02:56:05 CST (+0800)
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