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Cladonia chlorophaea

Cladonia chlorophaea


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Cladonia chlorophaea is a fungus in the family Lyciaceae. The primary lichen body persists or disappears, ranging from small to medium in shape, with no pink buds or a few pink buds visible on the ventral surface. The stem of the seed vessel is 1-3 cm high, and the tip gradually expands into a trumpet shaped cup. It is single or sprouts from the edge of the cup to form a smaller cup. The cup without bearing the seed sac is the entire cup; The lower part of the peduncle has a continuous cortex, which is either warty or granular. As it reaches the upper part, the cortex becomes more detached and exposes the medullary layer. There are many granular powder buds on the side or inside the cup.