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This member of the Cladonia (reindeer lichen) genus is whitish-grey in colour and grows in low, bushy clumps. The familiar common name of…
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Information on the reindeer lichen (Cladonia rangiferina) is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
A rock-dwelling lichen adapted to desert environments, Ramalina maciformis grows in four main forms. The first, and typical form of this…
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The lichen Bacidia incompta does not have a common name. The Generic part of the scientific name, Bacidia means 'rod-shaped' and refers to…
This curious species resembles seaweed more than the lichens that most of us are familiar with. It has a gelatinous appearance, is…
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This rare lichen is circular in shape, and white to pale grey-brown in colour.…
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The New Forest parmelia is a 'foliose' lichen, this means that it has a leaf-like structure, comprising of thin lobes. The lobes are…
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Known as the “panda bear” of lichens because of its extreme rarity, the boreal felt lichen is a ‘leafy’ species that grows on the branches…
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Ciliate strap-lichen has ribbon-like lobes that are ivory white in colour, with long black projections at the edges. The lobes are upturned…
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This particular lichen grows on chalky soil, forming small white rosettes with small black discs about 0.5 millimetres across on the upper…
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