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Recent observations

Photos / Sounds

Observer

johnsteel

Date

July 23, 2016

Description

Solitary plant on exposed boulder in river valley. Medulla white; cyanobacterial photobiont; upper surface without pseudocyphellae; pseudocyphellae white; esorediate; lobe margins glabrous; phyllidiate; phyllidia pubescent

Photos / Sounds

Observer

pjd1

Date

July 24, 2016 11:53 AM NZST

Description

Common on wooden buildings within mini putt golf course. Associated with Xanthoparmelia sp., and Syntrichia antarctica.

Thallus upper surface greyish-white (when wet or dry - here shown wet), finely covered in reticulate cracks, sorediate, soredia in marginal laciniae; thallus underside with broad pale brown margin devoid of hairs, otherwise densely covered in black hairs. Apothecia present.

Spot tests - cortex K+ red, Medulla K+ red.

This is probably the most common Parmotrema in New Zealand, though the name as used here may be incorrect. Furthermore what is called P. reticulatum in New Zealand is highly variable and may constitute several entities.

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Common Greenshield Lichen Flavoparmelia caperata

Observer

reynoldsj13

Date

July 24, 2016 01:22 PM EDT

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Rock Greenshield Flavoparmelia baltimorensis

Observer

cladonia_chris

Date

July 16, 2016 02:13 PM EDT

Place

(Somewhere...)

Photos / Sounds

What

Powder-tipped Shadow Lichen Phaeophyscia adiastola

Observer

cladonia_chris

Date

July 24, 2016 10:47 AM EDT

Photos / Sounds

Observer

glor_i_oushurst

Date

July 24, 2016 12:33 PM CDT

Photos / Sounds

Square

Observer

metsa

Date

July 23, 2016 03:03 PM PDT

Photos / Sounds

What

Bushy Lichens Genus Ramalina

Observer

metsa

Date

July 23, 2016 02:23 PM PDT

Description

Are those apothecia on the edges of the strands or just plump soralia ?

Photos / Sounds

What

Golden Hair-lichen Teloschistes flavicans

Observer

metsa

Date

July 23, 2016 02:01 PM PDT

Description

on the right before the steps

Photos / Sounds

What

Rock Shields Genus Xanthoparmelia

Observer

metsa

Date

July 23, 2016 01:37 PM PDT

Description

a very unusual lichen on rock. Bluish black upper surface with shiny tips of lobes and a lighter bluish/gray ring near edge. Lots of isidia (?) covering the center of the lichen. Tight against rock - couldn't get a good lower surface picture, as it just crumbled.

CK+ yellow/green
C-, K-

Photos / Sounds

What

Tree Jelly Lichens Genus Collema

Observer

metsa

Date

July 23, 2016 11:47 AM PDT

Description

crappy picture - have to figure out how to photograph these dark lichens on sunny days.

broad lobes, lots of isidia, translucent cortex (?), didn't see "thickly white tomentous" lower surface

- not sure of ID.... checking into alternatives. Vs. Collema furfuraceum

abundant in a patch of coyote bush

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Rock Tripes Genus Umbilicaria

Observer

metsa

Date

July 23, 2016 01:41 PM PDT
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Description from Wikipedia

Lecanoromycetes is the largest class of lichenized fungi. It belongs to the subphylum Pezizomycotina in the phylum Ascomycota. The asci (spore-bearing cells) of the Lecanoromycetes most often release spores by rostrate dehiscence.

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