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as far as I could see there are some differences in a) isidia – not branched in Parmelina tiliacea and branched in Parmelinopsis minarum; b) rhizines – simple in P. tiliacea and simple to sparingly furcate in P. minarum. There are others that I don’t know how to describe. In the monograph of Hale P. minarum appears under the name of Parmelia dissecta. Maybe you can see there the details.
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