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On these grey lichens, are the apothecia always pinky/red, as I've found similar blobs on lichens growing on tree twigs & branches?
Within Cladonia, there is a large group with bright red apothecia. Cladonia diversa, C. floerkeana and C. polydactyla are amongst the most common and most conspicuous. They are basically ground lichens but also occur on trunk bases, logs and stumps, and in higher humidity areas can extend further up trunks and onto branches. One of these, C. macilenta, while capable of turning up in all kinds of situations, seems to have a particular liking for damp, rotting fence posts.
However, pink/red blobs on lichens on branches may be fungi that are parasitic on lichens. See:
Thanks for the info.
Lat/Lng: 54.6032, -6.0081
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