Notes: Although the interior of thallus is unusual for the genus Rhizocarpon the prothallus fits very well in this genus. The difficulty in identifying was the absence of apothecia and the lack of references on the internet. Must be an unusual sort, since I only found one picture of it, but this seems to me to be conclusive.
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If it is sorediate, then it wouldn’t be surprising to mostly find it without apothecia. Don’t judge by photos on the web: give the choice between a dozen normal photos without apothecia and a single photo with apothecia, I’ll generally post the one with apothecia!
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