Observation 208939: Pertusaria albescens (Hudson) M. Choisy & Werner
When: 2015-07-04
(35.4913° -120.6627° 271m)
Who: J-Dar
No herbarium specimen

Notes: On coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia) bark

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-28% (1)
Recognized by sight
61% (2)
Eyes3
Based on chemical features: all chem tests should be negative

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This is a day full of surprises.
By: zaca
2015-07-05 18:20:23 EDT (-0400)

Firstly, I understood that Jason knows portuguese: Yes, “Rei Zaca” is the correct expression.
Secondly, it is J-Dar that wants to know details about portuguese habitats: No, I’m not bored today; On the contrary, I’m doing some microscopy … So, you have to wait a bit more, but was already my intention to document with photos the locations I’m used to visit, in addition to the photos that I post in specific observations.

They’re in there
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2015-07-05 18:01:40 EDT (-0400)

You might have to scroll through a lot of his observations, but zaca does post habitat photos frequently. I’m so jealous. :)

Yeah what’s up with that?
By: J-Dar
2015-07-05 17:50:42 EDT (-0400)

All of Zaca’s photos are of gorgeous museum worthy specimens! I’d love to see some habitat shots of your Portuguese oak woodlands, Zaca, if you are bored today :)

Oops, my comment came way out of order, sorry!
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2015-07-05 17:43:33 EDT (-0400)

Collection: yes, no way to avoid taking a chunk of the tree. :(

We can’t all be blessed with big, perfect, beautiful specimens
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2015-07-05 17:42:04 EDT (-0400)

every time we walk out of the door. Some day I hope you see what we’re dealing with in southern California, ha! Count your blessings Rei Zaca. :)

Collecting
By: J-Dar
2015-07-05 17:39:51 EDT (-0400)

How do you collect something like this that is so continuously attached? Cut into the bark and lift a section out?

The whitish marks on the thallus that are not related with soredia.
By: zaca
2015-07-05 17:34:31 EDT (-0400)
What are eroded zones?
By: J-Dar
2015-07-05 17:27:44 EDT (-0400)
Yes, that will be my choice too, Jason,
By: zaca
2015-07-05 17:20:53 EDT (-0400)

though the eroded zones are much more developed than I’m used to see here.

Good test for me, too
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2015-07-05 17:14:38 EDT (-0400)

Does Pertusaria albescens sound right to you, too, zaca?

Come on Zaca
By: J-Dar
2015-07-05 16:47:41 EDT (-0400)

I know you know this one! I haven’t started this group yet, need to get my gestalt calibrated…

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