Observation 131618: Peltigera neopolydactyla (Gyeln.) Gyeln.
When: 2013-04-09
No herbarium specimen

Notes: Found in moss beneath Douglas fir/red alder.

Temp: upper 50’s, light precipitation.

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Recognized by sight
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Recognized by sight: broad, undulating, shiny, glabrous lobes; saddle- or finger-shaped brown apothecia

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Totally agree with Zaca
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2013-04-12 20:36:47 COT (-0500)
The underside …
By: zaca
2013-04-10 13:31:06 COT (-0500)

do not correspond to Peltigera membranacea, since magnifying the photos one can be a dark under surface with black squarrose rhizines. Here is a description of the underside of the thallus of that species taken from the British Flora:
“lower surface uniformly whitish, with pale, raised veins and well developed, simple, dispersed, pubescent, danger-like rhizines”. On the other hand, that species also presents a upper surface white-grey tomentose and bullate-ridgid, which is not the case. I think that a better option will be Peltigera neopolydactyla, but I’m far from being an expert.

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