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Hans Halbwachs

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lichen on clay?
Robin Isaksson, 13-02-2020 22:15
Robin IsakssonHi!

Found this one on clay, sweden.
Have hard to id it, any suggestions?

Spores 29-35x 13-15 um asci 8 spored
parafysen septate, asci react in lugols.
sorrunded by greenalgae
 

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Zdenek Palice, 13-02-2020 22:54
Zdenek Palice
Re : lichen on clay?
Hallo,

it will be likely Aphanopsis coenosa

Zdenek
Robin Isaksson, 13-02-2020 23:06
Robin Isaksson
Re : lichen on clay?
Great! Thank you for the answer.

Have looked on it in lichens of great britan but was uncertain.
Its a rare lichen?

all the best,

Robin

Zdenek Palice, 13-02-2020 23:11
Zdenek Palice
Re : lichen on clay?
It is said to be a short-living / ephemeral lichen (best prospering in cold season), likely an overlooked but in any case rarely collected species. I have never collected this by myself :) but keep a duplicate in herbarium from one my Austrian colleague. Zd
Robin Isaksson, 15-02-2020 01:10
Robin Isaksson
Re : lichen on clay?
thank you for the information.
first time seen it was in late december then no spores, now i was at the same site and now it was mature.
I willl go back in april and see if its still there. 

Robin