Notes: on siliceous sandstone ledges on south-facing slopes above creek, not too shaded
Harris & Ladd 2005 narrows it down to A. laevata (thin thallus, near permanent water) and A. verrucigera (thick thallus, in uplands), from which I would naturally conclude the latter given the habitat high on the slopes above the creek. But according to Owe-Larsson et al., A. verrucigera has truly moniliform paraphyses (3-5 cells swollen) and much larger spores (16-19 × 10-13 µm). Unfortunately I have no description of A. laevata.
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