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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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Information on Caloplaca citrina is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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The golden-hair lichen (Teloschistes flavicans) is a striking 'fruticose' or 'shrubby' tufted lichen, which is a bright orange colour with…
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Information on Fulgensia fulgida is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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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Buellia subalbula is a species of lichen with a distinctive white, cracked thallus (the main lichen body) which often appears slightly…
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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