Observation 95810: Pseudephebe pubescens (L.) M. Choisy
When: 2012-05-16
(47.0° -117.0° 753m)
Herbarium specimen reported

Notes: Habitat: P. ponderosa, meadow, wetland ecotone.

Substrate: Basalt, only found on E. side of rocks in this area. High lichen diversity on this side, 10+ lichens per 6 inch radius.

Description: Nearly black, shiny, super tiny, branches less than 0.2 mm wide. equal. No apothecia, soredia, or isidia seen.

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Used references: McCune MC-PNW; Goward’s Key’s to Lichens of British Columbia
Based on chemical features: K-, C-, P-

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Neat, this is normally alpine
By: Jason Hollinger (jason)
2012-05-30 15:09:08 CDT (-0400)

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