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Not very frequent species from Aspicilia genus in the SE Spain. A. cupreoglauca only occurs at highest locations of Sierra de los Filabres and Sierra Nevada (Almería and Granada).
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Después de la presentación, la primera entrega. Apaga la tele y piensa en algo absurdo, de todas formas ya lo estabas haciendo.

After the introduction, the first post. Turn off the TV and think.

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FIRST EUROPEAN RECORD OF PELTULA OBSCURANS VAR. DESERTICOLA?

Peltula obscurans is a #lichen that lives usually on acid rocks, and occasionally on calcareous rocks and soil in open arid habitats. The variety deserticola has widely scattered squamules, apothecia filling the whole squamule, finally leaving the squamule margin as the rim. It occurs primarily on calcareous rocks, including secondary deposits of caliche and along pebble edges in deserts and arid habitats. This variety is currently distributed throughout SW North America to central Mexico. However, we think that it may also occurs in arid southeasten Iberian Peninsula, such as in calcareous environments near to the coast of Sierra de Gádor (Almería, Spain).
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FIRST EUROPEAN RECORD OF PELTULA OBSCURANS VAR. DESERTICOLA?

Peltula obscurans is a #lichen that lives usually on acid rocks, and occasionally on calcareous rocks and soil in open arid habitats. The variety deserticola has widely scattered squamules, apothecia filling the whole squamule, finally leaving the squamule margin as the rim. It occurs primarily on calcareous rocks, including secondary deposits of caliche and along pebble edges in deserts and arid habitats. This variety is currently distributed throughout SW North America to central Mexico. However, we think that it may also occurs in arid southeasten Iberian Peninsula, such as in calcareous environments near to the coast of Sierra de Gádor (Almería, Spain).
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THE LAST TAXON INCORPORATED TO OUR #LICHEN WEBSITE

Acarospora murorum is a saxicolous #lichen, less frequently terricolous, found in arid environments from Southern Europe, Asia (Israel) and North Africa, such as, the Negev desert or the Tertiary basins in the SE Iberian Peninsula (Spain). In the latter, the species usually lives on clay or loam soils as a component of biological soil crusts that cover and protect the soil from erosion.

http://liquenesdealmeria.blogspot.com.es/2017/09/acarospora-murorum.html
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THE LAST TAXON INCORPORATED TO OUR #LICHEN WEBSITE

Acarospora murorum is a saxicolous #lichen, less frequently terricolous, found in arid environments from Southern Europe, Asia (Israel) and North Africa, such as, the Negev desert or the Tertiary basins in the SE Iberian Peninsula (Spain). In the latter, the species usually lives on clay or loam soils as a component of biological soil crusts that cover and protect the soil from erosion.

http://liquenesdealmeria.blogspot.com.es/2017/09/acarospora-murorum.html
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EPIPHYTIC #LICHENS IN SINTRA-CASCAES NATURAL PARK (PORTUGAL)

This protected area harbors some remaining patches of old-growth primitive forest of Oak, Cork oak, Maple, etc. along with huge exotic cultivated trees. Usnea rubicunda and Ramalina farinacea are some of the most conspicuos epiphytic species found in this area. Sintra-Cascaes Natural Park is a nice place within a transformed landscape for many time.
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EPIPHYTIC #LICHENS IN SINTRA-CASCAES NATURAL PARK (PORTUGAL)

This protected area harbors some remaining patches of old-growth primitive forest of Oak, Cork oak, Maple, etc. along with huge exotic cultivated trees. Usnea rubicunda and Ramalina farinacea are some of the most conspicuos epiphytic species found in this area. Sintra-Cascaes Natural Park is a nice place within a transformed landscape for many time.
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CRATERS OF THE MOON #LICHENS EPISODE II

Craters of the moon: vast expanses of lava with large volcanics rocks randomly arranged along the landscape.The holartic #lichen Pleopsidium flavum reaches large covers on the vertical shaded outcrops, and Sporastatia testudinea, an cosmopolitan species living in alpine or subalpine habitats, is one of its partners. Idaho. USA
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