Observation 158613: Lecanora saligna (Schrader) Zahlbr.

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Used references: Jim Bennett provided tentative ID, with ???

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Microscopy as provided by Jim Bennett:
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2014-09-28 16:30:13 PDT (-0700)

Spores 13×4, hyaline, ellipsoid, algae in margin, crenulate, greg (?); thallus and apothecia margin K-, apothecia 4-10 (?), thick thulus (?); paraphyses branched, septate, capitate, brown tips, hyaline base; Black prothallus. (Disclaimer – I put (?) where I wasn’t sure how to read the markings on the packet – my lichenese is still rusty :-)

Alright, wise guy
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2014-02-05 17:58:49 PST (-0800)

There are lots of candidate Lecanora, though. It is, after all, the most speciose genus in North America. Hmmm, but I thought… Yes, exactly! Śliwa does have a dot in Michigan for L. zosterae, so it could definitely be there. Or… it could be any of, oh, a hundred other species. ;)

If it is, then I’d be the first to discover it :-)
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2014-02-05 16:10:14 PST (-0800)
Looks like this is dominated by a Lecanora sp.
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2014-02-05 12:10:55 PST (-0800)

On weathered wood, not apparently with any usnic acid, strongly constricted base, flexuose rims… I’m thinking L. zosterae … is that a possibility in Wisconsin?

Weathered floor of an outdoor structure reveals interesting potpurry.
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2014-01-25 22:23:50 PST (-0800)

Created: 2014-01-25 21:44:26 PST (-0800)
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