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Good new, Jason.
Thanks for giving an hint about the other specimens in the 2nd photo. Relatively to the main subject of this observation, since everything is new for me, I didn’t feel weird that there were no aphotecia in the specimen. By the way, in the 2nd of my references I found photos from a big list of Xanthoria sp. lacking aphotecia:X. aureola, X. elegans, X. fulva, X. isidoidea, X. parietina, X. poeltii, X. resendei. Moreover, at least the first of this species also lacks soredia.
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