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My only info on the species is from Brodo, Sharnoff & Sharnoff 2001:
Primary squamules finely divided, not sorediate. Podetia gray-green, without cups but often fertile with light brown apothecia, usually slender and hardly branched, 5-20 mm tal, more or less covered with small squamules (or sometimes microsquamules that resemble granules); the area between the squamules either has an intact cortex or is predominantly naked and translucent. Chemistry: PD+ yellow, K-, KC-, C- (baeomycesic and squamatic acids). Habitat: on rotting wood, logs, and stumps, rarely soil. Notes: Resembles C. squamosa but is PD+ yellow, K-.
Indeed, the micro-squamules (as you call them) of these specimens are much alike to those of C. beaumontii, a photo of which I saw in Sharnoff site. For further reference
do you know what should be the result for the chemical tests (K, C and KC) for C. beaumontii ? I’ll try to perform these test, if I can find these specimens again.
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