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D. caesioplumbeus parasiting Lecanora gangaleoides on first link.
for D. caesioplumbeus. I’ve only seen one of the small-fruited Diploschistes once, but I remember distinctly that it presented more of the appearance of a peritheciate lichen, not a Lecanora. Zaca is the clear expert on Diploschistes at least among us, but I would have to guess D. scruposus left to my own devices.
Created: 2013-03-15 21:24:02 CDT (-0400)
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