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Baeomyces rufus (Huds.) Rebent.

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Family: BAEOMYCETACEAE

Habitat: Ubiquitous

Description

   Thallus crustose, to 15 cm across, more or less smooth or granulose, nodulose, with minute granules, occasionally soralia or schizidia present and minute squamules, grey-glaucous, greenish, grey-green tinged with brown in places. Apothecia globose, tip almost flat when mature, 1-2 mm diam., dark red-brown to pale dull pink-brown, not hollowed, sometimes sessile most often stalked, stipe white, to 5-6 mm tall. Asci 8-spored, elongate, 95 x 7 µm.  Ascospores ellipsoid, simple, guttulate and therefore apparently 1-septate, 8-11 x 3-4.5 µm (7-10 x 3-4 µm according to our own data). Thallus: C-, K+ yellow, KC+ yellow, Pd+ orange. Photobiont : Coccomyxa. Not especially maritime, cosmopolitan, common particularly in recently disturbed  gravelly or peaty acid soils and heathlands of aerohaline zone, on earth banks of paths, and also on sheltered degraded schists, but often sterile in this case. See Dibaeis baeomyces of which the thallus displays much bigger granules and pink hollow apothecia (see pictures for comparison).*







Baeomyces rufus Morgat
Michel DAVID



Baeomyces rufus Morgat 2
Bernard BOUFFINIER



Baeomyces rufus Habitat ForĂȘt du Cranou 3
Bernard BOUFFINIER



Baeomyces rufus Argol 2
Michel DAVID



Baeomyces rufus Argol 1
Michel DAVID



Baeomyces rufus ForĂȘt du Cranou 2
Bernard BOUFFINIER



Baeomyces rufus ForĂȘt du Cranou 1
Bernard BOUFFINIER



Baeomyces rufus (brun en haut) et Dibaeis baeomyces (rose en bas) Monthermé
Jacques HAINE



Baeomyces rufus ForĂȘt du Cranou 4
Bernard BOUFFINIER



Baeomyces rufus ForĂȘt du Cranou 5
Bernard BOUFFINIER



Baeomyces rufus Asque Ardennes 1
Jacques HAINE



Baeomyces rufus Morgat 3
Michel DAVID



Baeomyces rufus Spores Ardennes 2
Jacques HAINE



Baeomyces rufus Apothécie Ardennes 3
Jacques HAINE



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