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Common on conifers at higher elevations in mountains. A related species, H.
austerodes (Nyl.) Ras., has mostly diffuse Iaminal soralia and is more common in
Canada. Another laminally sorediate species, H. pseu- dophysodes (Asah.) Rass
Common on branches of exposed conifers or in canopy of trees in dense forests.
Once recognized, this Cetraria cannot be confused with any other species. 158b
Lower surface black at the center and mottled to brown and white at the tips, ...
Widespread on branches of conifers in more exposed areas. This typically
western species is much smaller and darker than C. ciliaris and C. orbata. Cor-
nicularia calif ornica (Tuck.) DR., a poorly known western lichen, is superficially
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