This was found in wet Nothofagus pumilio forest at around 1000 feet on mossy base of trunk.
Green algae, white medulla, and interesting marbling due to white maculae are all clearly visible (if you look very closely in the right places!) in these photos. I found nonfertile specimens cover vast areas like this very common. Most are not as crenulate nor are they normally as maculate as this.
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