Notes: Scattered and somewhat common on bark of trunks of pines in open forest, especially along a power-line swath. Common associate was Tuckermanella fendleri. It was difficult to find a good “photogenic” specimen, though. Looked like a Physcia in the field, but was clearly different on closer inspection.
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