Collection location: Parque Nacional Iguazú, Misiones, Argentina [Click for map]
Small hardwood tree in marsh — on twig.
Soredia on margins.
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with marginal soredia.
While looking up keys for Ramalina here, I found some interesting info about this genus. Arrnoor & Schumm (2008) state:¨By far the richest in strict and regional endemism is the genus Ramalina…The most striking endemism is to be found on the small (much smaller than St Helena), mostly ﬂat island of Porto Santo near Madeira: on the old volcanic cones, no less than six endemic species of Ramalina occur, none of which have ever been found elsewhere…¨
Arrnoor, A. & F. Schumm (2008). ¨Key to Ramalina species known from Atlantic islands, with two new species from the Azores¨ Sauteria 15.
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