Collection location: Cypress Island, Island Co., Washington, USA [Click for map]
On weathered dunite in upper salt-spray zone. Smith et al have it “On coastal, siliceous rocks in the xeric-supralittoral zone…”, almost cosmopolitan. Abundant in this area. Here with Buellia stellulata
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Thanks Jason. I’ll try UV.
I think Knopf and Leuckert are as much chemists as otherwise lichenologists.
Holy moly, look at the list of secondary substances listed in the Sonoran Flora(!) It’s common down here in southern California, too.
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