Notes: Identification: A Parmelia with powdery soredia developing along eroding laminal and marginal cracks in the upper cortex and with a mix of simple and squarrose rhizines
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…can get lost on the lichen-in-hand, too! I’ve searched for minutes without finding any sometimes. Depends on the habitat it’s growing in, I think. CA coast Parmelia sulcata typically are quite squarrose, though. Not so much inland.
those small details can easily get lost in multiple photos.
Created: 2010-09-28 16:03:52 CDT (-0500)
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