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It seems more grey than the others P. rubiginosa, and apothecia smaller.
the genus is correct – Pannaria – and it seems to me that can be a young specimen of P. rubiginosa, that already started to develop apothecia that soon will cover the thallus. But, I only know two species in this genus, the above cited and P. conoplea, which is different from this one (I believe). So, I’m far from expertise here.
Created: 2017-05-03 17:53:19 CDT (-0400)
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