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476 photo(s) Updated on: 06 Aug 2021
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  • one from Fidalgo Island
  • shore pine, Lopez Island
  • view large
  • dead shore pine on rocky headland, Lopez Island
  • Douglas Fir
  • Acaraspora schleicheri parasitizing Diploschistes muscorum parasitizing Cladonia - view large
  • iNaturalist map of Flavoparmelia caperata observations, see
  • Flavoparmelia caperata on street tree in Seattle - more to say on this when get back
  • KOH
  • KOH
  • KOH
  • on red cedar
  • P. britannica, Sharpe Park
  • P. britannica, Sharpe Park, same location as previous image
  • P. britannica, different location in Sharpe Park
  • P. venosa, north of Mt Townsend
  • P. venosa, north of Mt Townsend
  • P. venosa, north of Mt Townsend
  • subalpine fir, northwest Olympic Mountains, 940m,
  • KOH
  • KOH
  • both H2O
  • similar to previous image "in places many "columns"...but focused differently
  • question in Forum to follow
  • KOH
  • in places many "columns" of cells extending down to the hypothecium, darker and thicker than paraphyses elsewhere, and with moniliform upper cells (resemble Nostoc?, difficult to follow due narrow dof
  • (too thick)
  • 1992 Geo Metro in Seattle.
  • large thallus about 3cm diameter
  • spores 1-sep, brown, ave 18x11u
  • view full size
  • along edge of hood
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