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tendría tambien 4 spores/Asco, no sólo 8 spores/asco.
when I start studying this as well as the other specimens that appears together with Acarospora nodulosa (see MO89121 and MO89122), because most references that I found to this Acarospora mention that it parasites Diploschistes diacapsis. However, in CNALH only reference to the genus Diploschistes appears. It seems to me that the thallus is different from D. diacapsis and the apothecia are not urceolate as in this species. In addition, the chemical reactions are consistent with previous observations of D. scruposus. Thus, I doubt this is D. diacapsis. Thanks, Antonio, for the comments.
was an hand made construction using mainly the local (calcareous) stones, but I cannot guarantee that all are calcareous. What are you thinking about? Diploschistes ocellatus? I think that this species has a smoother thallus than my specimen and I don’t know the chemistry for this species. I already uploaded a photo with the spot tests made in site. Thanks, Antonio, for replying.
Diploschistes scruposus en roca calcarea no parece cuadrar muy bien, es más bien de rocas siliceas.
Spot test ?
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