Maybe more photos of Sphaeophorus glabrosus, but would appreciate confirmation. Mostly globular fronds in cross-section, with white projections on fronds. Thought this originally was a Usnea, with a dark brown to black core. But globosus seems to identify the fronds more closely.
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Created: 2008-11-01 19:29:17 CST (-0500)
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