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What lichen is this?

Observed: 1st September 2011 By: MartincitoMartincito’s reputation in Fungi and LichensMartincito’s reputation in Fungi and LichensMartincito’s reputation in Fungi and LichensMartincito’s reputation in Fungi and Lichens
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yellow-green lichen with orange jam tart shaped fruiting bodies on the trunk of a deciduous tree (maybe maple)


Caution: Do NOT use iSpot to identify fungi to eat!

Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.

Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Xanthoria parietina interacts


Martincito's picture

Thanks... thus begins my

Thanks... thus begins my initiation into the wonderful world of lichens!

Fenwickfield's picture

good site

There are some good books out there plus I have found AlanS site invaluable and have it on Favourite.It is a very difficult but fascinating subject,hope you enjoy it.


Martincito's picture

How do I add that AlanS site

How do I add that AlanS site as a Favourite?

Fenwickfield's picture

Fungi and lichens

If you click on groups then click on fungi,scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see Useful links to Lichens,click on his name Alan Silverside lastdragon org.The site will come up and them click your yellow star at the top right corner of screen and that's now added to your favourites.

Hope that makes sense
Tell me if you have any problems and if so I will try and paste the website on for you.


Martincito's picture

Thanks! I'd never looked

Thanks! I'd never looked there before... quite an eye-opener.. now book-marked for future reference.

AlanS's picture

Thanks for the referral

Thanks for the kind words.

Make sure you bookmark Jenny's (Gardener's) site too:

It's what my site would be like if I had her photographic and web design skills, and has lots of things I am jealous that she's seen!


gardener's picture

:) Thanks for your kind words

:) Thanks for your kind words too Alan!