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General
  substrate
   non-calciferous rock
   bark
   rock (unspecified)
   soil
   bryophytes
   lichens
   wood
   calciferous rock
  life habit
   lichenized
   bryophilous
   lichenicolous
Ascomata
  ascomata*
   present
   absent
  ascomata kind*
   apothecioid
   perithecioid
  hymenium paraphyses(-oids)*
   absent
   present
Asci
  ascus wall thickening
   thickened
   not thickened
  ascus wall amyloidity
   present
   absent
  ascus dehiscence type
   prototunicate
   unitunicate
   bitunicate
   lecanoralean
   verrucarioid
Ascospores
  ascospores shape*
   oblong-ellipsoid
   broadly ellipsoid
   subglobose
   ellipsoid
   curved
   oblong-obtuse
   ovoid
   globose
   fusiform-elongate (fusiform-ellipsoid)
   fusiform (spindle-shaped)
   oval
   narrowly ellipsoid
  ascospores septation
   present
   absent
  ascospores wall pigmentation*
   green
   hyaline
   brown
   pale brownish
   medium brownish
   dark brownish
   greyish-brown
Secondary Metabolites [general]
  secondary metabolite presence
   present
   absent
Photobionts
  primary photobiont kind
   chlorococcoid
   cyanobacterioid
Upper Thallus Surface
  upper surface color - overall*
   bright white (atranorin white; vermicularis-white)
   bluish white
   greenish white
   reddish white
   bluish grey
   whitish grey
   whitish red
   greyish yellow
   blackish brown
   brownish green
   red
   whitish yellow
   brownish black
   greyish brown
   brownish yellow (buff)
   reddish yellow
   black
   reddish brown
   brownish grey
   yellowish red
   lime yellow (bright greenish yellow; geographicum-green)
   brown
   greenish yellow
   grey
   green
   yellowish brown
   brownish red
   yellow
   greenish brown
   greenish grey
   greyish green

Canyonlands National Park (Utah)

James P. Bennett and Clifford M. Wetmore
Species Count: 41

Acarosporaceae

Caliciaceae

Candelariaceae

Catillariaceae

Collemataceae

Graphidaceae

Lecanoraceae

Lichinaceae

Parmeliaceae

Psoraceae

Squamarinaceae

Teloschistaceae

Verrucariaceae