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    • Sulphur Stubble Lichen
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    • Chaenotheca furfuracea

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Observer

kfsaylor

Date

October 24, 2008

Place

Alpena, MI (Google, OSM)

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Observer

clockradiofloss

Date

February 23, 2012

Description

On rootball in creekbed in the woods on the trail to the Evergreen State College beach

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Description from Wikipedia

Chaenotheca furfuracea is a species of lichen from Coniocybaceae family that can be found in European countries like Belgium, Luxembourg, and Switzerland. The species are growing mostly on beeches and oaks, and on tree roots of spruces. They also grow on detritus or sand, and in rare cases on fissures of siliceous rocks. It likes the climate that have high humidity and low luminosity.

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