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Seashore Lichens

A specialist section written by

Dr Robin Crump for the

Field Studies Council

This is a special section which covers some of the lichen species found on rocky shores of the south-west of Britain. To find out more click on the thumbnails below.

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Anaptychia runcinata
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Buellia subdisciformis
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Caloplaca crenularia
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Caloplaca marina
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Caloplaca thallincola
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Candellariella coralliza
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Diploicia canescens
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Diploschistes caesioplumbeus
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Lecanora rupicola
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Lecanora sulphurea
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Lecidella asema
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Lichina confinis
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Lichina pygmaea
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Ochrolechia parella
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Parmelia saxatilis
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Ramalina polymorpha
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Ramalina siliquosa
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Rhizocarpon richardii
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Tephromela atra
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Verrucaria maura
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Verrucaria mucosa
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Xanthoria ectanoides
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Xanthoria parietina

This section was created and developed by the Field Studies Council

All images are Copyright Dr Robin Crump


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