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359 photo(s) Updated on: 18 Nov 2018
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  • Abert lichen, closer look at lower.
  • Abert lichen. Lower, showing gray green soredia. Barely visible are the white cilia like structures.
  • Abert lichen. It looks fruticose to me. Under the purina it's orange.
  • Abert lichen with pycnidia
  • see forum topic "interesting combination of fungi on red cedar bark" - calling Lecanactis megaspora with Arthonia sp. and calicioid fungus - on red cedar
  • now think Lecanactis megaspora - with black apothecia containing parasitic Arthonia, white masses of conidia, and parasitic calicioid fungus
  • spores of caliciode fungus on Lecanactis (ave. 7x2µm)
  • white conidia of Lecanactis (ave. 14x3µm)
  • Arthonia within black apothecia of Lecanactis
  • some cells of Trentepohlia in Lecanactis form chains
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • in minute pits
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Staurothele sp.
  • Endocarpon mistakenly called Placynthium in photo poste 08 Sep 2018
  • Cyclohymenia epilithica near Nooksack Falls.
  • Cyclohymenia epilithica near Nooksack Falls. Image about 3.3cm across.
  • Cyclohymenia epilithica at Nooksack Falls. Arrow indicates location of next photo.
  • Cyclohymenia epilithica near Nooksack Falls.
  • Cyclohymenia epilithica on Goat Mt.
  • Pale rock at left is part of the marble band at Sibley Pass. Boston and Sahale are the glaciated peaks at top right.
  • Arrow indicates marble band within Napeequa Schist. Eldorado Peak at top right center.
  • Protoblastenia incrustans. Image about 3cm across. (also Placynthium subradiatum?) Marble band at Sibley Pass, North Cascades, WA.
  • Protoblastenia incrustans. (also Placynthium subradiatum?)
  • Protoblastenia incrustans in marble at Sibley Pass. Image is 4.4cm across.
  • LABE-335
  • LABE-335
  • LABE-335
  • LABE-335
  • LABE-335
  • Pelican Barn
  • Pelican Barn
  • Mycomicrothelia suggested, but looked again - smooth spores in photo - H2O/KOH 17x9µm.. Looked at Orange (2013) British and Other Pyrenocarpous Lichens (Couldn’t access Hawksworth (1985)
  • pyrenocarp common on driftwood - view large
  • H2O (uniseriate)
  • KOH
  • driftwood
  • spores average 12x6µm
  • spores - Cylohymenia
  • center of next photo 1000x
  • Cylohymenia collected 18 June had some spores (average about 16x7 µm)
  • In places lichen of this appearance graded into lichen appearing as in the previous photo. - Cyclohymenia
  • In places lichen of this appearance graded into lichen appearing as in the next photo. - Cyclohymenia
  • Cyclohymenia epilithica
  • KOH
  • KOH
  • KOH
  • view full size 1178x738
  • bar = 1mm
  • photograph (1533x1080) of dry specimen
  • crust from Granite Creek
  • crust from Granite Creek
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