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I didn’t notice any reaction to KOH in hymenium, epithecium, hypothecium or exciple. The only part which reacted K+ red was the part below the apothecia that connects it to the thallus.
(22) 23.7 – 34.9 (36.9) x (11.9) 12.7 – 16.8 (18.9) µm
Q = (1.4) 1.7 – 2.3 ; N = 33
Me = 28.6 × 14.4 µm ; Qe = 2 .
Due to form of the spores (submuriform or muriform with few septa) and to the chemistry I think this is more close to the species model of the group, R. viridiatrum than to any other in this group. This species is known to be parasitic on other lichens (like Lecidea), but due to the age no trace of parasitism could be noticed, beyond the fact that is grew close to a Lecidea species.
Created: 2015-05-06 18:57:47 EDT (-0400)
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