I could not believe in what my eyes were seeing; That Sticta sp., which usually appears as a single thallus or if multiple then dispersed, covered the whole bottom part of an old tree resembling a caespitose growing. This place has the the adequate growing condition for almost all the species in this genus existing in my country, except for S. canarienses (or its blue morph S. doufourii), as I will show in forthcoming observations.
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