Observation 87194: Lichen P. Micheli

When: 2012-01-28

Collection location: Stebbins Cold Canyon Reserve, Solano Co., California, USA [Click for map]

Who: Byrain

No specimen available

Growing on a rock alongside the road at the trailhead next to obs 86377. I did a Q-tip K test got K+yellow. I also collected a piece to work on more when I have access to a dissecting microscope.

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Try Lecidea and Rinodina
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2012-01-30 12:37:27 WIB (+0700)

Lecidea has colorless 1- to many-septate spores (septae can be very difficult to see).
Rinodina has gray/brown 1-septate spores.

(Should also rule out Tephromela which has a distinctive purplish hymenium and dark brown hypothecium.)

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