Another Lecanora sp. with a K+ red reaction (see another specimen with this reaction in MO51245). For the rest it is very similar to many that I have encountered recently.
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Thanks, Jason, for trying to help me.
Bizarre. I thought it looked “off”. I have no idea what lichen substance would cause this reaction. Only things I know that turn directly red in K are pigments, yet this thing is white. I would love to know what this is.
I didn’t see any yellow color during the reaction.
Did it start out yellow, then turn slowly orange then red?
Created: 2010-08-24 12:03:19 EDT (-0400)
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