Collection location: Parque Nacional Huerquehue, Araucanía, Chile [Click for map]
On bare trunk of Nothofagus leaning over river in open forest.
Interesting lichen characterized by gray-green wrinkled ascending lobes; coarse soredia nearly continuous along margins and in circles to irregular ridges on the surface; white medulla and pseudocyphellae below; pale to medium brown tomentum incompletely covering the lower surface.
Thanks to Tim Wheeler for the ID.
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Is that a bit of Menegazzia poking through in the upper left corner? Hinds and Hinds say that Menegazzia is “especially common in temperate S. Hemisphere” ( 2007, p321).
Created: 2009-04-17 10:30:51 CEST (+0200)
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