Observation 195343: Physconia Poelt
When: 2014-12-25
(45.5056° -94.3401° 366m)
Who: J-Dar
No herbarium specimen

Notes: On granite in mixed hardwood forest. Observation refers to the pruinose species. The deeply lobed light green species is represented in Obs. 194910.

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Used references: Mr. Hollinger’s suggestion, as indicated in Obs. 194190. I left it as “Could Be” until the pro’s decide otherwise.

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I think Physconia is the best we can do
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2015-01-02 20:16:37 JST (+0900)

without checking for secalonic acid in the medulla (usually causes the medulla to be slightly yellow-pigmented and reacts subtly K+y KC+y). The three prime suspects are, I believe, P. enteroxantha, P. detersa and P. leucoleiptes.

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