Collection location: Siskiyou Field Station, Josephine Co., Oregon, USA [Click for map]
thallus dispersed areolate, no hypothallus/prothallus; areoles almost squamulose, pale grayish, K+ norstictic crystals; medulla I+v below; apothecia erumpent, briefly with thalline veil, soon adnate to sessile, black, rim persistent and well-developed, epruinose, to ~0.7-0.8mm; epihymenium dark brown; hymenium clear, ~50-60um; hypothecium dark brown; exciple dispersa-type, K/HCl+ greenish above, POL+ in outer half, K+ norstictic crystals; spores 8 per ascus, buellia-type, weakly constricted when (over)mature, ~12-13×5-6um; conidia oblong-ellipsoid, ~3-5×1-1.5um
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It lets people write little scripts on their computer to automate posting of observations, among other things. These days, actually, it gives access to virtually all the basic database functions on MO, both read- and write-access.
Someone was having trouble with a mobile app they’d written, and I was worried it might have had something to do with the switch to https I did over the weekend. I realized I hadn’t actually tested the API at all since the change.
In principle my own script almost permits me to automate uploading all my thousands of observations… only very few have photos these days, and it requires constant attention to deal with screwy names, etc. So in practice I’m too lazy to actually do it!
Fortunately, for the CALS fieldtrips earlier this year, I took lots of photos while studying my specimens. So I should probably post them some day.
still just a “could be”? :)
Good to see you posting!
Created: 2018-06-29 02:09:33 CEST (+0200)
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