Northwest Lichenologists


  • 08 Sep 2018 12:30 PM
    Message # 6660354

    Hi all,

    In the photo gallery are some pictures of a lichen (LABE-335) from Northern California on basalt. The thallus is 1+mm thick (so it could be considered squamulose). Cortex and medulla are K=Y slow to orange, KC+O, C-, I-, P+Y and UV-. Spores are egg shaped and range from 17.92-25.6 X 12.8-17.92. The K+ yellow turning orange made me think this is a Lecidea, but it doesn't seem to fit.

    Anyone have any ideas?



  • 19 Sep 2018 9:03 AM
    Reply # 6676832 on 6660354

    Hi Steve. You should try the soil crust book, key G. 

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