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This lichen is a 'fruticose' or 'shrubby' species; it is composed of branching lobes that form small orange tufts, which are almost…
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Caloplaca aractina is a 'crustose' lichen; one with a crusty-like appearance. The body of the lichen (its thallus) is an oily dark brown to…
Information on Fulgensia fulgida is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
Orange-fruited elm-lichen is called a 'crustose' lichen from its crust-like texture. Its main body is light grey, and the fruiting bodies…
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As the common name suggests, scrambled-egg lichen has a thin, crust-like egg-yellow thallus (body), which consists of smaller rosettes and…
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Information on Caloplaca citrina is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
Buellia subalbula is a species of lichen with a distinctive white, cracked thallus (the main lichen body) which often appears slightly…
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