Thallus loosely attached to a large rock. Soredia and isidia lacking. Pycnidia shown above. K+ yellow, slowly darkening to red.
A mat of stems on soil. Leaves 1.6 - 2.3 mm in length.
On an old chuck of cinder block. No thallus visible. Disc margin pruinose. Paraphyses slender, mostly unbranched. It is difficult to identify definite asci, but what appear to be ascospores are oval measuring 5-6 x 7-9 µm. Apothecial margin K-, C-
In the basin of a basement sump pump 74 x 52 µm. (bright field and phase contrast)
In the basin of a basement sump pump.
Roots scoured my storm debris on 12/11/2014
Mass wasting event of 12/11/2014 storm. 5ft high walls.
Please ID. Lots of these in Goodman upland area.
On the bark of an oak tree. Leaves about 2 mm long, numerous julaceous branches, weak supplementary costae.
Growing on a very old piece of cinder block. I can't find anything exactly like it in Malcolm, Shevock & Norris. Leaves mostly 1.5 x 0.65 mm. Cells hexagonal in midleaf 70 x 21 µm, rectangular at base 90 x 15 µm. Border two rows of narrow cells.
On a boulder with partial sun exposure. Leaves mostly 2.0 x 0.6 mm (3 mm with awn) Adaxial costa width only two cells.
On the bark of a walnut tree.
Thousands of males swimming beneath a log in the pond. These photos were taken underwater. I also took a video of them https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poYAGx9LfY0