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C. peziziformis should be verrucose. I don’t see it here. But I also don’t have an alternative. Then again, I’m not really an expert in lichens.
I bet this has been stepped on a few times in the years past. The C. cristatella, for example, is very badly misshapen, for example, but there is nothing else it can be with the continuous cortex and red apothecia. It is also generally helpful to see the basal squamules that go with each type of podetia… but in a sample so densely packed like this, there’s no sane way to decide which squamules belong to which podetia. This is just a difficult one all around. We’re lucky to get as far as we have.
PS. the brown apothecia: the other problem, if I’m seeing it right, is that it has granules/soredia on the podetia, and C. peziziformis should be verrucose maybe but continuously corticate.
seems to be it giving us a rude symbol. I agree it seems to brown for many of the species I find in Brodo. Similar, but not the same.
It took me quite a while to see the C. rei and C. chlorophaea group. But I am seeing – finally. You’re right: I was thinking along C. peziziformis. But neither can I find an appropriate Cladonia to match the darker brown. I thought the red apothecia would be an easy match, but NO. Still … fascinating group, lichens. The more you peer, the more that’s there.
looks turbinate to me. It also looks out of place here. Could there be multiple Cladonia species in such a small space Jason?
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