Have not done an id as not sure please see comments.
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The first two were taken with my camera the next two with veho microscope x4o and last x400.
Many thanks for posting these. All the shots are good and show details that I struggle to capture (eg the rhizines). I think I'll have to reprioritise my Christmas list!
Wow. Lots going on here. I think the lichen is Parmelia sulcata, but I have recently confused that with Punctelia species, so I'm not submitting an ID either. The gelatinous brown blob is intriguing, as are the pink bits, which I presume are a parasitic fungus - maybe Marchandiomyces corallinus. This lichen is being assaulted from all sides, and looks quite ill in places.
Edit: just seen Alan's ID. At least I got pink bits right!
I've added this to my favourites.
Sorry should have explained I was putting a sample on to show Nigel how good the shots could be with my microscope the wall was covered in lot's of types and the blob tuned out as a big white blob.Thank you for taking the time to sort this out I do appreciate it and would in future only submit one lichen at a time.I have added one more photo to show the lichen on the stone and what the jelly stuff turned into.
That's some impressive gunk. I have never seen anything like it, except in the sci-fi film The Blob.
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