On sandy soil. There are very few yellow C- Acarospora on soil according to Knudsen in the Sonoran Flora Vol III:
It sure doesn’t look the same as the saxicolous specimens of A. socialis growing nearby, but it doesn’t match A. rhabarbarina either (continuous algal layer and has some lower cortex near the margins implying that it’s becoming subsquamulose.
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