Notes: Older growth Quercus garryana.
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in the literature I sent you for South America(!) Might be more than we have Peltigera, come to think of it. And it’s a fun genus, good solid characters to work with. And lots of yellow medullas, always a big hit with the kids. ;)
Only one I saw there…
The diversity of Pseudocyphellaria’s looks intense – a dozen+ if my memory is correct… :) !!
On the eastern slope of the Cascades, wow. Note the little white bumps on the underside, sticking out from the tomentum. You’ll see lots of this lovely genus (though not this species) in the Andes! :)
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