Observation 12110: Evernia prunastri (L.) Ach.
When: 2008-10-05
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Similar to Platisma glauca, but with far more white veins on the surface, angular pointed extensions like tines of an antler, and mint-green coloration. There may be some fruiting structures? on the left-hand side of the photo: small roundish white dots.

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Recognized by sight: excellent specimen! Very typical for the species: greenish above, white below, thick, roughly-ridged surface, irregular fruticose branches. Platismatia glauca would have at least some much-broader thinner lobes, more ruffled than antler-bush.

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