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But this species is not (yet) officially listed in Wisconsin, and to be in location just south of Madison would not fit a pattern of distribution shown on CNALH. Those pesky lichen can be unpredictable, though.
Now that you mention it, zaca, I can turn those pits into tiny apothecia.
Ignore me, Andrew… What he says! :)
which is not obvious, then could be Acarospora badiofusca; See
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