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Figure 355 Figure 355 Cladonia squamosa ( X 1 ) Podetia greenish mineral gray,
3-6 cm tall, sparingly branched, forming irregular narrow cups, the axils open;
primary squamules poorly developed or evanescent; pycnidia common,
apothecia very rare. Widespread on soil and over mosses on rocks in mature
forests. This common Cladonia may be difficult to identify at first because of the
variability in cup development. It fluoresces brilliant white in UV. In the Pacific
Northwest there is ...
Figure 362 Cladonia incrassata Podetia greenish or yellowish mineral gray, 0.5-
2.0 cm tall, smooth to sparsely squamulate; primary squamules becoming quite
large and forming an extensive mat, powdery sorediate along the margins;
apothecia common. On logs and base of trees in open woods or in swamps. C.
cristatella is closely related but lacks any trace of soredia on the squamules. 43b
Primary squamules small and usually poorly developed, esorediate or with
sparse soredia ...
This is another of the curious California-Baja California endemics that include
Dendrographa, Roccella, Niebla, and other genera. 153b Collected on rocks and
soil outside of southern California 154 154a (153) Apothecia black. Fig. 459
Pilophoron aciculare (Ach.) Nyl. Figure 459 Figure 459 Pilophoron aciculare (X1.
5) Stalks (pseudopodetia) light mineral gray, slender, 1-3 cm tall; primary thallus
granular to minutely areolate; apothecia common, round. Cortex K+ yellow, C— ,
P+ faint ...
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Disappointing. Instead of presenting the various species in a fashion that promotes the different growth styles, they are listed alphabetically. The pictures are not only black & white, some of them ... Read full review