Observation 203216: Peltigera phyllidiosa Goffinet & Miadlikowska

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Based on microscopic features: lobules along margins

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Definitely P. phyllidiosa
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2015-11-27 16:54:23 PST (-0800)

A little-mentioned character separating the P. polydactylon group from P. neckeri group (including P. phyllidiosa) is pruina near the lobe tips in the P. neckeri group. And you can see some conspicuous pruina on some of these lobe tips. (The more typical character is black apothecia in the P. neckeri group, but P. phyllidiosa rarely has apothecia.)

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