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This is unusually bright for T. abietina. What was the width of the filaments?
Current consensus seems to be to call this seemingly spreading alga that is coating trees "T. aurea", though I am not convinced it is the same as T. aurea that forms cushions on rocks. Trentepohlia is a mainly tropical/subtropical genus and its taxonomy is still uncertain.
Thank's Alan I have asked the county recorder to have a look. Could not see much in the way of filaments I am still learning. will update the genus once I can get a hands on confirmation.
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