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Recent observations

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What

Tree Lungwort Lobaria pulmonaria

Observer

metsa

Date

May 28, 2016

Description

litter fall under an old Doug Fir

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Observer

metsa

Date

May 28, 2016

Photos / Sounds

What

Tree Lungwort Lobaria pulmonaria

Observer

metsa

Date

May 28, 2016

Description

on a small branch on the ground

Photos / Sounds

Observer

johnvandenhoeven

Date

May 29, 2016

Photos / Sounds

What

Lung Lichen Genus Lobaria

Observer

leibele

Date

May 27, 2016 06:42 PM CEST

Place

Italy (Google, OSM)

Photos / Sounds

What

Tree Lungwort Lobaria pulmonaria

Observer

bushman_k

Date

April 23, 2016 03:52 PM PDT

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Cabbage Lung Lichen Lobaria linita

Observer

edwardlisowski

Date

May 21, 2016 02:00 PM PDT

Description

I consulted with a USFS lichenologist and the most likely species is L. linita based on the apothecia.

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Square

What

Tree Lungwort Lobaria pulmonaria

Observer

anthonybrooks

Date

May 25, 2016

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Smooth Lungwort Lobaria quercizans

Observer

anthonybrooks

Date

May 25, 2016

Photos / Sounds

What

Tree Lungwort Lobaria pulmonaria

Observer

e-aus-kanada

Date

May 23, 2016

Place

(Somewhere...)

Photos / Sounds

Observer

pjd1

Date

May 20, 2016

Description

Corticolous on ti kouka (Cordyline australis). Now uncommon and in decline for reasons that are not obvious (see http://naturewatch.org.nz/observations/1535449 for same site a year ago).

Upper thallus dark red-brown when fresh, punctate impressed, sorediate, soredia forming a pseudoisidiate crust centrally; thallus lobes broad; thallus undersides bullate, densely covered in dark chocolate brown tomentum, pseudocyphellae large, copious, mostly seen toward thallus apices. Growing admixed with Pannaria elixii, Parmotrema austrocetratum, Crocodia aff. aurata, Pseudocyphellaria aff. crocata (a) (b), P. carpoloma and Leptogium spp.

Since last year Pannaria elixii had greatly increased its occupancy on the host tree - maybe it is out-competing the Pseudocyphellaria?

Images show specimens in dry and wet states and also the highly diagnostic thallus underside bearing prominent, white, pseudocyphellae

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Square

What

Yellow Specklebelly Pseudocyphellaria crocata

Observer

pjd1

Date

May 20, 2016

Description

This is not P. crocata s.s. which is endemic to India. Image is of one of several possibly unnamed entities lurking under the New Zealand concept of P. crocata.

At this site this entity grows syntopically with another more widespread entity (see http://naturewatch.org.nz/observations/3300467 and http://naturewatch.org.nz/observations/1331134). Both were seen on the trunks of ti kouka (Cordyline australis) on the margin of a salt marsh.

This is a very common, widespread 'race' in New Zealand characterized by the deeply divided, ragged (sometimes lacerate) lobes whose margins are finely isidiate (with the isidia eroding into soredia). The thallus when dry is blue-grey, on wetting it is dark charcoal-black or very dark chocolate brown. The upper thallus surface is often finely maculate, otherwise sparingly sorediate. The thallus underside has numerous yellow, fleck-like Pseudocyphellae and the tomentum is fine, felted, dark chocolate brown to black. For another example see http://naturewatch.org.nz/observations/1630060.

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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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