parasitic fungus growing on apparently a dead Lecidea fuscoatra (pigment lacking and couldn’t find any spores in sections of several well-formed apothecia), in chaparral at around 2000’
This lichenicolous fungus is listed as “relatively common throughout Arizona and southern California”. It is known to parasitize “more than 100 species of mainly crustose, often saxicolous, lecanoralean lichens”.
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