Notes: This specimen, found on untrampled rock, was in full glory when I found it – the thallus was a bright green as opposed to the customary blueish grey green of most specimens from this general area and the apothecia were exceptionally pink.
[admin – Sat Aug 14 02:05:14 +0000 2010]: Changed location name from ‘Rice Lake, North Vancouver, BC, Canada’ to ‘Rice Lake, North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada’
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Thanks for joining MO, Daryl! This is such a hard lichen to photograph, you’ve done an amazing job. Is this specimen moist? I assume that’s how you’ve gotten such vivid color on it…
A lichen whose apothecia are tiny mushrooms!
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