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I have a vague memory of seeing a form of Lecidea tessellata look like this, too, but I can’t find any examples in my notes just now. I’ve certainly seen this thing in southern California before, but it escapes me. The common Aspicilia in southern California have better developed verrucae and apothecia (e.g. A. confusa, A. fumosa, A. cuprea).
Saxicolous on sandstone boulder in coastal live oak woodland.
Created: 2011-02-01 22:40:59 EST (-0500)
Last modified: 2011-02-01 22:44:40 EST (-0500)
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