Notes: Occurs in a dry oak woodland setting, common to very abundant on coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) trunk bark and branches. Essentially no thallus, just powdery soredia. Overall color is pea green (micro photos are too yellow), but there are small areas when you look close that are blue-green, maybe something different.
Sonoran Flora only has 2 species, but 4 are reported for this County, so not sure what species this is. C. candelaris and C. xanthina are candidates.
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