Notes: Small adnate thallus on ornamental fig tree bark, greenish-yellowish-orange appearance when dry, green when wet, viewed close-up the orange tissue is newer thallus or budding apothecia and older cortex tissue yellow-grey; variously pruinose throughout, thallus with a bumpy surface. Thallus lobate, described as fan-shaped which appears right, lower surface without cortex, white medulla visible. Thallus cortex K+P. Soredia and isidia absent, apothecia common, disc orange, thalline margin concolorous with thallus, pruinose when young.
This site is an old abandoned ranch house in an arid grassland setting, far from anywhere.
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It will add yet one more reason to visit some day! :)
It’s rather abundant on trees at this spot, and if I looked around I’m sure there are other locations in the vicinity. The thallus underside has dark areas that I couldn’t tell if it was cortex material or wood, but it seemed to be pretty much missing the lower cortex.
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