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in my answer, but this one escaped me. The place is abundant in Usnea spp., but restricted to few species that I posted, and no member of U. stigosa saw there. I got the impression, as wrote in the Notes, that this was a regenerating of a broken thallus and with those red branches could only be U. rubicunda.
Notice how much more densely fibrillose this is than your other (more typical-looking) U. rubicunda. I wonder if this is a fertile species that just hasn’t produced any apothecia yet. Did you actually see any isidia on it? There are several fertile species with reddish cortex like these, I believe.
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