Notes: Recently I found Trentepholia coating a pine tree giving to it a bizarre looking (see MO4983). This time I found it again in several small spots on a Quercus tree. But, the novelty for me is that some of these spots where being invaded by a lichen, in such a way that they are mixed together. Of course, it is known that the great majority of lichen-forming fungi species are associated with green algae and Trentepholia is one of the these algae.
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