Collection location: Tunnelville Cliffs State Natural Area, Wisconsin, USA [Click for map]
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Jim Bennett looked at it, and said it could be C.flavovirescens, but not sure since he found no prothallus. Other microscopy was as this: parasite; esorediate; thallus egg-yolk yellow; apothecia with exciple & thalline margin; spores 13×8, isthmus 5, ellipsoid, end walls thin.
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