BSA Online Image Collection, Lichens

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Cladonia cristatella Xanthoparmelia conspersa Usnea Collema w/Nostoc Dictyonema moorei
         
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Cora paronia w/Scytonema Pseudoparmelia caperata Physcia stellaris Buellia Lecanora
       
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Chiodecton sanguinism Trintapolia Crustose lichen Crustose lichen Crustose lichen
 
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Lecanora Trebouxia Trebouxia A. carospora fuscata A. fuscata
       
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Trebouxia erici w/alagal hyphae Trebouxia erici, fungal penetration Trebouxia erici, w/enveloping Trebouxia erici, early thallus differentiation Cladomia cristatella
         
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Trebouxia gelatinosa, parasitized Crustose lichen Fruticose lichen Foliose lichen  

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