on trunk of Carya and young Liriodendron; eighty-year-old open mixed forest dominated by Pinus taeda, Quercus rubra, Liquidambar styraciflua, Liriodendron tulipifera and Acer rubrum; forest southwest of junction of Hickory Fork Road and Cedar Bush Road

thallus pale gray K+y, epihymenium brown K-, spores 8 per ascus smooth evenly pigmented brown in maturity not swelling in K type-A development cells strongly triangular at mid-maturity becoming rounded but never fully losing apical thickenings ~physcia-type ~16-17×7-8um

det. by James Lendemer as Rinodina granuligera on 20150422 (pannarin in epihymenium)


at 20x, stacked
at 40x, stacked

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