sorediate

sorediate

(sɔːˈriːdɪət)
adj
having soredia
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Corticolous sorediate Lecanora species (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota) containing atranorin in Europe.
Undersurface black, lustrous, smooth to rugose or papillate only at some points; marginal zone brown, usually light brown or beige under the sorediate lobes, lustrous, 1-6 mm wide, naked, with sharp to more often attenuated limit, smooth, rugose, or papillate; rhizines black, simple, sometimes joining adjacent rhizines when touching the substrate, 0.2-0.5 x 0.05-0.10 mm, few, distributed in groups.
New records of sorediate species of Parmotrema with protocetraric acid (Ascomycota, Parmeliaceae) from southern South America.
Piercey-Normore (2006) similarly found a large number of Trebouxia genotypes in the sorediate Evernia mesomorpha collected from mixed deciduous--coniferous forest in Canada.
A new perspective on the sorediate Punctelia (Parmeliaceae) species of North America.
This is a sorediate, lobate, yellowish-orange species of exposed calcareous substrates, particularly in southwestern North America.
islandica is not sorediate. Its phylogenetic relationships are unknown to date but it probably belongs to the "supergroup" Cladonia of Stenroos et al.
Apothecia immersed when young, then sessile, scattered, 0.5-1.55 mm diam.; disc dark scarlet to cinnabar-red with the color penetrating into the margin, epruinose, thalline margin thin, appearing almost granular to sorediate, evanescent with age.
Photobiont chlorococcoid; thallus green, granulose-leprose, entirely sorediate; apothecia [+ or -] round, blue-gray, pruinose; spores 3-(5) septate.
A characteristic species with scyphose podetia coarsely sorediate in the upper part, sometimes considered a chemotype of C.
This species has been recorded from China by Guo (1999), but his records need confirmation, especially because there is a another, very similar, sorediate, species C.