Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Soredia: mycobiont, Isidia

So`re´di`a of Soredium.
References in periodicals archive ?
They differ by the presence of fine soredia, usually rather scarce and best found near the tips or the base, and the stereome is thinner, not turning translucent and brownish.
A characteristic species with regular podetia covered with coarse and rounded soredia.
Pointed or very narrow podetia cover with farinose soredia is characteristic of this species.
Tips of podetia pointed, soredia farinose, fine and powdery Cladonia subulata
Soralia capitate; soredia farinose or of fine granules Phaeophyscia pusilloides 4.
Both soredia and isidia can be easily detached from the thallus and dispersed.
fuscescens, a species with white soredia and generally smaller thalli.
Although often sterile, the chrome yellow soredia in rounded soralia on a thin grayish thallus and the presence of anthraquinones (K+ magenta) are diagnostic.
Others take a funnelshape covered in soredia and other capitate soralia, mainly apical, arise from thin branches by way of peduncle, almost whitish.
subfarinacea are less probable despite the presence of some marginal soralia with granular soredia in R.
This species has an areolate thallus which breaks up into pustular soredia.
Thallus and podetia often weakly K+ yellow, sorediate; podetia unbranched to slightly branched at the apex; basal squamules undivided, with marginal soredia, less than 2mm long Cladonia macilenta var.