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Yes, there it is, red and black apothecia almost on the same squamules. Amazing. Wonder why the literature doesn’t mention this!
myself before and came to the conclusion that the apothecia of P. decipiens can vary in color from redish, passing to redish brown, and finally more or less black, their usual color. You can see this, for instance, at Sharnoff photos, where the number 3 of the photos from this species clearly presents red apothecia.
in the same population? Or are there two species here? Sorry if I’m missing something…
Created: 2013-03-23 18:21:31 CDT (-0400)
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