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Melanelixia fuliginosa (by Arjan de Groot)

Melanelixia fuliginosa (by Arjan de Groot)

LICHEN - Google Search

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2 Pc Live Pityrea Cladonia Lichen for Terrariums Fairy Gardens

2 Pc Live Pityrea Cladonia Lichen for Terrariums Fairy Gardens

Appalachian Emporium's Live Pityrea Cladonia 2 Pack Lichen for Terrariums Gardens Bonsai Crafts

Parmelia saxatilis (by Arjan de Groot)

Parmelia saxatilis (by Arjan de Groot)

Lichen thallus types, illustrated (Alan Silverside's photographs of lichens (FAQ))

Lichen thallus types, illustrated (Alan Silverside's photographs of lichens (FAQ))

Peltigera britannica 3 large.jpg (1554×1600)

Peltigera britannica 3 large.jpg (1554×1600)

Foraminella ambigua - Google Search

Foraminella ambigua - Google Search

Hypogymnia farinacea -  Enebakk 2001 11 11 Timdal - © ET

Hypogymnia farinacea - Enebakk 2001 11 11 Timdal - © ET

Sticta filix was New Zealand's first lichen to be described and illustrated by Menzies, Johann and Georg Forster during Cook's second voyage 1772-1775. Samples are still preserved in the British Museum.

Sticta filix was New Zealand's first lichen to be described and illustrated by Menzies, Johann and Georg Forster during Cook's second voyage Samples are still preserved in the British Museum.

Physcia tenella (by Arjan de Groot)

Physcia tenella (by Arjan de Groot)

Green tree lichen

Taranaki Educational Resource: Research, Analysis and Information Network - Lichens & Algae

epiphytic Lobaria

Lichens of North America

Crustose epiphytic lichen, Pertusaria albescens

Crustose epiphytic lichen, Pertusaria albescens

Niebla combeoides (syn. Vermilacinia combioides, "bouquet fog lichen") on rock along the California coast. Niebla species in North America grow in "fog deserts", areas along the west coast that have little summer rain but plentiful fog.  Photograph copyright Stephen/Sylvia Sharnoff

Vermilacinia combioides, "bouquet fog lichen") on rock along the California coast. Niebla species in North America grow in "fog deserts", areas along the west coast that have little summer rain but plentiful fog.

Crusty Lichen algae texture by Christine Samuel, via Dreamstime

Crusty Lichen algae texture by Christine Samuel, via Dreamstime

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