Collection location: Dabney Creek, Madison Co., Arkansas, USA [Click for map]
growing in huge colonies underneath horizontal limestone ledge which is wet from seepage most of the year
I don’t get this genus yet. While these were very crowded together, individual thalli all appeared to have a single point of attachment. The tan smooth underside and large perithecia, as well as lack of brown pigment apparently all point to D. muhlenbergii (recently separated from D. miniatum), the most common species in the Ozarks.
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