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I think Evernia is common in Himalayas. Just wanted to see if we could rule out one or the other genus based on location. Maybe not.
As I understand it, the difference between Evernia and Ramalina is that Ramalina has tough, translucent, cartilaginous strands in the interior of the branches. Evernia, by contrast, should just have a dense, white, cottony medulla. Also, look for cracks or splits or “windows” in the branches — these would all be strong evidence for Ramalina.
Thanks for your suggestion, and Uttarakhand is in India which one of the Himalayan state. Thank you.