Observation 75712: Cladonia furcata
When: 2011-08-15
Who: zaca
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Thanks, Jason.
By: zaca
2011-09-08 13:09:27 EDT (-0400)
I would say C. furcata
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2011-09-08 12:32:04 EDT (-0400)

The only two that even come close are C. furcata and C. uncialis, which is thicker, less Cladina-like and has fewer squamules. There’s something called C. subsetacea which is even more Cladina-like, but I’ve never seen it despite looking for it specifically many times. All the other highly-branched Cladonia have duller cortex (C_. dimorphoclada_, C. leporina, C. pachycladodes, etc. and the Cladina).

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