Found on trunk of big old fallen red maple on steep mesic hardwood slope around 3750’. The striking gray coloration of the underside is apparently typical. The lobules look surprisingly like soredia thanks to the ecorticate underside and the fact that they tend to break down into isidioid fragments. But Lendemer points out that you can almost always find at least some true lobules somewhere.
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Created: 2010-04-18 21:23:08 CDT (-0400)
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