Observation 35237: Anaptychia palmulata (Michaux) Vainio

When: 2010-04-03

Collection location: Sewanee, Franklin Co., Tennessee, USA [Click for map]

Who: Chris Parrish (kitparrish)

No specimen available

Location: 35°12’38.36"N, 85°54’0.40"W, el. 587 m. Beckwith’s Point Trail.

Substrate: Growing on the rough bark of a large oak tree, probably Quercus prinus, mostly near its base but some thalli reaching 2 m above the ground. There are many thalli on this single tree. Some of them were included in MO Observation 17552.

Habitat: Oak-dominated eastern deciduous hardwood forest at the edge of the western escarpment of the Cumberland Plateau.

Esslinger, Theodore L., 2007, A synopsis of the North American species of Anaptychia (Physciaceae). The Bryologist 110(4), pp. 788–797.
Sharnoff Anaptychia palmulata gallery
CNALH images and range map, and a larger, interactive locality map.

Common name: shaggy-fringe lichen

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Used references: Brodo, Sharnoff, and Sharnoff, 2001, pp.160-161; Hinds and Hinds, 2005, p.121-123

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