This is a pretty old find that I had, so I cannot offer much more information than what is in the photos.
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Cheers, for the link and the information, if I find it again I will be sure to update it.
And now you know what to look for: tomentum on the upper surface (check with hand lens, it can be very faint, sometimes only visible near the tips or margins), and try to get a shot of the underside (may take some patience to clean off a little of the moss or dirt).
There’s a key to the genus on-line here:
You guys are way ahead of us in North America in terms of a continent-wide flora. Nice work down there!
(Peltigera happens to be my favorite genus. Careful or I’ll get carried away…)
Sadly it was from roughly a year ago, so I can’t really offer much more in the way of identification details. It is somewhere I hunt often though so hopefully I will find some more this season.
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