This lichen was all over on the pine trees. Most of it was high up, but pieces of it were scattered on the ground too, probably after being knocked off by animals.
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I uploaded two more photos of that same branch, but I don’t know if they will help much. I’ll split them into a separate observation if it is different.
When I found them, I just thought some had fruited and others hadn’t, so I’ll have to look more carefully next time. I don’t know anything about identifying lichen though.
Edit: after reading the descriptions and looking at the observations for both species, I split them into this observation 94634. Most of the ones here were collected off the ground and grouped together, so they are probably mixed. Oops!
Created: 2012-05-12 16:12:22 PDT (-0700)
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