Observation 211854: Opegrapha viridis (Pers. ex Ach.) Behlen & Desberger

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Based on microscopic features: spores many-septate, ~5-6µm wide

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Jim Bennett agrees it’s O.viridis too :)
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2016-03-07 21:00:36 EST (-0500)

He says the were only one or two observations in the state before – perhaps the species is under-collected.

I am not sure of the species – probably O.varia?
By: Andrew Khitsun (Andrew)
2015-08-02 21:21:20 EDT (-0400)

The growth pattern is different from what I observed before. These guys form small (not bigger than half inch) circles, and apothecia is much smaller than what I am used to seeing in O.varia. Basically you only see tiny dots with naked eye. But Door County produces lots of weirdly looking lichen, that turn out to be just a variations of common species. It also has lots of rare species recorded there. What about Graphis?

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