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349 photo(s) Updated on: 16 Sep 2018
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  • RD 110915
  • RD 110615
  • RD 110615
  • #1175 podetia
  • #1175 podetia cupped center non-cupped to left
  • Cladonia sp. 1 RD 110415
  • #1211 damp
  • #1211 on the rock, dry
  • Larry Rea
  • 1 image 4cm across
  • 9 portion of apo sxn "b" KOH (shows anastomosing paraphyses)
  • 8 apo sxn "b" (450µm across) H2O polarized
  • 7 closer view of "b"
  • 6 thallus "b" with elongate somewhat radiating areoles protruding (bullate?) towards thallus center,18mm across
  • 5 portion of apo sxn "a" KOH
  • 4 apo sxn "a" (600µm across) H2O polarized/unpolarized
  • 3 closer view of "a"
  • 2 thallus "a" with many well developed apothecia, thallus is 11mm across
  • LABE-283 stalk
  • LABE-328 wet
  • LABE-328
  • #1102
  • #1075 upper
  • KOH
  • KOH
  • KOH
  • left side H2O polarized
  • northeast Olympics
  • 2nd specimen - Image is 310µm across. Color not changed from camera set on auto white balance.
  • Section is 1400µm across. Color not changed from camera set on auto white balance.
  • #4 section of 2nd specimen - couldn’t find asci or spores (asco- or picno-)
  • #3 habit of 2nd specimen (scale for right image in mm).
  • #2 section and spores of 1st specimen
  • #1 habit of 1st specimen (note incipient effigurate. margin at bottom of right image, bar = 1mm) (left image slightly different scale)
  • Cladonia from Josephine Co.
  • clockwise from upper left: large areole with iodine, small areole with iodine, black stuff (cyanobacteria?) micro KOH, small areole with black stuff on surface
  • asci and immature spores of previous image
  • image 1.7cm across
  • apo sxn and spores of previous image
  • image 2.5cm across
  • Deer feeding frenzy, February 2015.
  • NW Lichenologists at work, Dickerson Rocks, Oregon
  • Leptogium gelatinosum apothecia
  • Aspicilia sipeana, apothecial section in polarized light
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