Collection location: Cambria, California, USA [Click for map]
This observation is split from observation 273834.
Thallus thin, white, continuous, with a thin black prothallus. Apothecia black, lirellate, often branched to stellate, longitudinal groove remaining mostly closed, epruinose. Hymenium hyaline, inspersed, K/I+blue. Epihymenium hyaline to yellowish brown, K-. Exciple black with green tinge.
Spores hyaline, 4+ septate, 18.5×4.4µm (immature).
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I went with spore cells lens-shaped rather than square, but that is pretty subjective without prior experience. Going square, it goes to Opegrapha. And the hymenium may well not be inspersed either, the photos show what I saw.
Also, I think the photos show that the hymenium is not inspersed. (Of course, photos are not the same as seeing it in person, so if you’re sure, I’ll trust you despite the photos.)
Created: 2017-06-24 15:57:55 -05 (-0500)
Last modified: 2017-06-24 15:58:01 -05 (-0500)
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