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Most common one at low to mid elevation (by my limited notes) is X. cumberlandia, and it can be (but usually isn’t) as lobulate as this in the interior. I do have one record of X. californica (http://bornnaturalist.org/images/20070715/14.jpg) that looks more lobulate. But, needless to say, there are dozens of other options!
Saxicolous on sandstone boulder in coastal live oak woodland.
Created: 2011-02-02 04:52:00 CET (+0100)
Last modified: 2011-02-02 04:52:03 CET (+0100)
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