Substrate: basalt rock.
Habitat: Ponderosa pine meadow, wetland, aspen community ecotone.
Notes: NE side of rock face, 7 inches above soil line, exposed.
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Check the underside. U. torrefacta has tattered plates, U. hyperborea should be fairly smooth. The real telling character for torrefacta is the pin-pricks: hold it up to the light and see if it’s perforated all over. Many species can do this to a limited extent, but when you see torrefacta it’s like a slap upside the head: “oh, that’s what they mean!”
Created: 2012-06-03 01:37:32 PDT (-0700)
Last modified: 2012-06-03 01:37:34 PDT (-0700)
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