Crustose, placodioid and leprose lichens found in Ireland: D-K

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Crustose lichens form thick or thin crusts that are firmly attached and cannot be removed without part of the substratum. Placodioid lichens are crustose but lobed at the margins and leprose lichens have a powdery appearance. Please click on the images to see details and larger photographs. Glossary (opens in new window).

Dibaeis baeomyces Dimerella lutea Diploicia canescens Diploicia canescens Diplotomma pharcidium Enterographa crassa Enterographa crassa Enterographa hutchinsiae Enterographa hutchinsiae Enterographa zonata Fuscidea cyathoides Fuscidea cyathoides Fuscidea lightfootii Fuscidea lygaea Fuscidea lygaea Gomphillus calycioides Gomphillus calycioides Graphina anguina Graphina pauciloculata Graphina ruiziana Graphis elegans, Script Lichen Graphis scripta Gyalecta jenensis Gyalecta truncigena Herteliana gagei Ionaspis lacustris Ionaspis lacustris Jamesiella anastomosans Japewiella tavaresiana

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Crustose, Placodioid, Leprose       Squamulose           Foliose        Cladonia    Fruticose, Filamentous    Lichenicolous
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