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Lichen with white spotted lobes

Observed: 28th December 2012 By: pf339
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course complete
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Lichen with white spotted lobes i
Lichen with white spotted lobes ii
Lichen with white spotted lobes iii
Description:

Greenish-grey, foliose lichen rosette growing on low branch of deciduous tree. (Other foliose lichens also protruding through same area.) White punctiform pseudocyphellae on lobes. Edge areas of outer lobes brownish with extreme edges white in places. Edges of inner lobes covered in soredia. Undersurface of lobes whitish to pale brown. Possibly Punctelia jeckeri.

Identifications

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Species interactions

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P. jeckeri

Thanks for considering this lichen and for the identification. Help much appreciated.
Phil