Crustose, placodioid and leprose lichens found in Ireland: M-O

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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).

Marchandiomyces aurantiacus Marchandiomyces corallinus Marchandiomyces corallinus Megalaria grossa Megalaria grossa Megalaria pulverea Megalospora tuberculosa Micarea botryoides Micarea coppinsii Micarea denigrata Micarea denigrata Micarea denigrata Micarea lignaria var lignaria Micarea micrococca Micarea micrococca Micarea peliocarpa Micarea peliocarpa Micarea peliocarpa Micarea prasina sens lat Micarea prasina sens lat Mycobilimbia pilularis Mycobilimbia pilularis Mycoblastus caesius Mycoblastus caesius Mycoporum antecellens Mycoporum antecellens Nectriopsis physciicola Nectriopsis physciicola Normandina acroglypta Ochrolechia androgyna Ochrolechia androgyna Ochrolechia parella Ochrolechia parella Ochrolechia subviridis Opegrapha atra Opegrapha atra Opegrapha calcarea Opegrapha calcarea Opegrapha cesareensis Opegrapha gyrocarpa Opegrapha herbarum Opegrapha multipuncta Opegrapha niveoatra Opegrapha rupestris Opegrapha vermicellifera Opegrapha viridis Opegrapha vulgata Opegrapha vulgata Opegrapha zonata, Enterographa zonata

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Crustose, Placodioid, Leprose       Squamulose           Foliose        Cladonia    Fruticose, Filamentous    Lichenicolous
AB, C, DK, L, MO, PQ, RS, TZ AC, DF, GL, MO, PQ, RZ

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