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Cladonia polydactyla var. umbricola (Tonsberg & Ahti) Coppins

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Family: CLADONIACEAE

Habitat: Sub-montane

Description
    Primary thallus formed of squamules with incised or indented margins, upper surface gray-greenish, lower surface whitish, more or less soredate, in old age these squamules can become orange-brown to orange from their base (and then K + purple). Podetions 1-2 cm high, terminating in a point or in a truncated cup with rare growths, base scaly, middle part scaly by small plates, upper part sorediate, sometimes with small bright red globular apothecia. C-, K-, KC-, P-, UV + white. Rare taxon found in the humid moors at the foot of rocks or dead trees. N.B. Taxon considered by some authors to be a simple chemotype of Cladonia polydactyla var. polydactyla.






Cladonia polydactyla var. umbricola Roc'h Vri 1
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Cladonia polydactyla var. umbricola Roc'h Vri 2
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Cladonia polydactyla var. umbricola Roc'h Vri 3
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Cladonia polydactyla var. umbricola Roc'h Vri 4
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Cladonia polydactyla var. umbricola Roc'h Vri 5
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Cladonia polydactyla var. umbricola Roc'h Vri 6
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Cladonia polydactyla var. umbricola Roc'h Vri 7
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