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… and Lobaria,Lobariella and Pseudocyphellaria… they got ‘em all! But Sticta in particular. I must have seen at least 10 species. But that’s just touching the diversity Moncada and Lücking are finding in the Northern Andes.
I thought it was particularly interesting that there seems to be a sort of gradient from Pseudocyphellaria dominating in the south (Patagonia and Chile) to Sticta and Lobaria s. lato. dominating in the north (Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Columbia). Fun to speculate about that apparent pattern. :)