Cladonia ochrochlora 1
secondary thallus - podetium
soil from rotting wood, about 1,300m, near Olallie Lake, Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Washington StateThis photo has notes. Move your mouse over the photo to see them.
damp (a very rainy day)
Lichens of the genus Cladonia begin with a squamulose primary thallus growth form as is seen here (see notes on image). Squamules are small scale-like versions of the foliose growth form. Most Cladonias then produce a kind of hollow secondary fruticose growth form called podetia (see notes).
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