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Lecidella has similar thallus, but doesn’t have thalline rims.
Lecania can have similar thallus and thalline rims, but not black apothecia(?)
Rinodina has darker thallus usually, thalline rims, and black apothecia.
My notes of Tephromela show odd spot tests sometimes, too. I wonder if the species is just more chemically variable than its given credit for? (Or if it’s a complex of species.)
I didn’t notice much changes in color trying to apply K, KC and C. Maybe it’s not T.atra after all.
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