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Nice! This appears to have been moved to Flavocetraria. The brown species might be Cetraria islandica (Iceland moss - still in this genus, though Cetraria, not Citraria), but I haven't seen either and this is foreign soil.
Yes, the brown lichen is Cetraria islandica subsp. islandica, with the diagnostic laminar pseudocyphellae visible towards the right of the first photograph (at highest resolution).
Tnanks, Alan. I have added the Cetraria islandica sp. as a tag.
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Thanks. I'll leave the name as is since this is what I was told it was by a botanist in Sweden.
Either way, but it's definitely Cetraria (not Citraria) in all my books.
Thanks. With the correct spelling, the dictionary found the new name so I have used that. Thanks for the help. I will pass it on.
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