Notes: These specimens were observed at the same location than those in observation 111587. The main features are the same, but now some apothecia are present, these don’t have the sunburnt look as the previous (maybe, because we are in winter), the lobes look much more ascending, wavy and crisped. This means that these specimens look even more Peltigera polydactilon than the previous.
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