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|I’d Call It That||3.0||6.04||1||(Andrew)|
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I’ve talked to experts about this species while in the field. I see a bewildering range of leprose greenish crusts with varying amounts of fibrous prothallus. Even though all have usnic acid, the color varies dramatically from almost yellow to bluish-green. You’ve shown me incredibly scanty thalli, presumably just old and dying?, and well-developed things like this, confusing the issue even more. No one’s been able to convince me that all of this material is the same thing. I just don’t know what to think about it yet.
But these specimens, I think all will agree, are clearly proper L. thysanophora.
Created: 2012-02-13 00:06:40 CST (-0500)
Last modified: 2012-02-13 00:08:38 CST (-0500)
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