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Hey Jason! Thanks for the help! I was unsure about this one. I think I’ve also seen the red species you speak of (I’ll post it in a little bit.
According to James Lendemer (see his Preliminary keys to sterile crustose lichens of North America) C. candelaris s. str. does not occur in eastern North America. Florida has two species, K- is C. xanthina, and K+ reddish is an undescribed species (listed simply as Chrysothrix sp. in his key). It’s probably best just call this C. xanthina for now.
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