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Secondary Catalog #:
169401; Exsiccati 354
Xanthoria fallax (Hepp) Arnold
This probably merits segregation from X. fallax on grounds of its distinctly narrower lobes, radiate growth pattern and distinct unbroken ramifications. It is the "Teloschistes lychneus f. laciniosa" of Tuckerman, Synopsis N. Amer. Lich. 1: 51. 1882, at least as to the Texas collection of Wright. Monographic study may reveal an available name for it.
William A. Weber s.n.
United States, Texas, Grimes, Between Roans Prairie and Shiro, on Navasota-Huntsville road
30.599035 -95.917406 +-3240m. WGS84
lat/long = midpoint betw. Roans Prairie & Shiro along Hwy 30; uncertainty = 1/2 distance betw. Roans Prairie & Shiro; assumed Navasoto - Huntsville Rd = Hwy 30
Quercus stellata woodlands. In dusty roadside sites and in urban areas.
Extremely abundant on Quercus.
Record ID: 20a192e8-ab5b-4d6d-a9b4-170c3f95fad6