Collection location: Beaver Co., Pennsylvania, USA [Click for map]
These two foliose lichens were found side by side on an old rail fence. The one on the right in fig. 1 and in Fig. 2 may be Flavoparmelia caperata; the one on the left in Fig. 1 and in Fig. 3 may be Hypogymnia physodes
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I agree with your identifications of F. caperata and of H. physodes, but in the first photo I also see a Punctelia sp., on the bottom left, and a Parmelia sp., at the bottom center. That’s the advantage of good photos.
I suppose that, following the rules, you should split this observation into (at least) two observations, saying at each one which one is at consideration.
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