Though I may be mistaken, I believe it is undoubtedly an Aspicilia. Clarified the genus usually lacks the hardest part, the species name. However, this specimen has a very peculiar characteristic: the generous apothecia have a granular texture (like a mazedium), very rare case and I just remember seeing pictures in the gallery of Aspicilia Stridvall on the species Aspicilia epiglypta. I tried unsuccessfully to obtain a description of this species. However, it seems to me that this could be the species of my specimen.
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Created: 2011-09-22 18:23:28 CDT (-0400)
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