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Recent observations

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Specklebelly Lichens Genus Pseudocyphellaria

Date

November 14, 2015

Photos / Sounds

What

Moon Lichens Genus Sticta

Observer

robberfly

Date

February 6, 2016 12:05 PM PST

Photos / Sounds

What

Tree Lungwort Lobaria pulmonaria

Observer

metsa

Date

February 6, 2016

Description

a very pale gray one

on bark among moss

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Tree Lungwort Lobaria pulmonaria

Observer

robberfly

Date

February 6, 2016 04:04 PM PST

Description

Quite faded. Usually chartreuse green.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

metsa

Date

February 6, 2016

Description

at TipToe Falls

on twig on ground

Photos / Sounds

Observer

metsa

Date

February 6, 2016

Description

surrounded by poison oak...

AND I'm not happy that this became a Lobaria... rather than a Pseudocypharellia...

Photos / Sounds

Observer

metsa

Date

February 6, 2016

Description

hmmm. confused with this one, as there are white soredia (?) on the ridges, but it has odd looking red apothecia...

Scharnoff book says that apothecia are uncommon, so maybe it's P. anomala after all

Photos / Sounds

Observer

robberfly

Date

February 6, 2016 12:38 PM PST

Photos / Sounds

What

Powdered Moon Lichen Sticta limbata

Observer

metsa

Date

February 6, 2016 12:21 PM PST

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

On rock outcropping amongst moss & Cladonia. Smooth brown upper surface with curled margins with bluish soralia (?), white dots at tips of margins (?), light lower surface with white shaggy rhizines and cyphallae (??) (last picture shows a bunch of rhizines in the lower right quadrant).

This one has me stumped. The lower surface cyphaelle would point to Sticta limbata but the shapes of the lobes are not familiar to me, and I don't recall it having so many rhizines and *bluish* soralia. And I've never seen it on rock.

Photos / Sounds

Observer

pjd1

Date

January 23, 2016

Description

A pleasant (if you are into that sort of thing) accidental discovery. Whilst out mucking about, collecting Pseudocyphellaria crocata agg. specimens for a Field Museum, Chicago, USA, study into the New Zealand Lobariaceae, an unprepossessing lichen caught my eye. This seems to be Sticta livida - hitherto known in New Zealand from two very grotty collections made from Hauturu-o-Toi (Little Barrier Island) and Ahuahu (Great Mercury Island).

Uncommon. Corticolous on rawirinui (Kunzea robusta) bark, growing admixed with mosses near trunk base above stream. Photobiont green. Medulla white. Thallus reeking of fish when dry (and worse when wet), olive-green to dull light green when moist, greyish-green when dry, upper surface minutely papillate (papillae reddish); thallus margins often finely lobulate, sometimes bearing tomentose, clavate projections in lobe axils. Underside evenly brown to fawn tomentose. Cyphellae inconspicuous, scattered, minute, rounded with prominent margins. Images show herbarium voucher in dry and moist condition.

PJ de Lange 12919, UNITEC 7655 (Duplicate: F) DNA voucher.

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

kueda

Date

February 4, 2016 12:01 PM PST

Photos / Sounds

What

Peppered Moon Lichen Sticta fuliginosa

Observer

kueda

Date

February 4, 2016 12:00 PM PST
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Description from Wikipedia

The Lobariaceae are a lichenized family of fungi in the order Peltigerales (suborder Peltigerineae). Species of this family have a widespread distribution, particularly in the tropics and southern temperate areas.

No range data available.
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