Foliose lichens found in Ireland: A-C

A-C      D-F      G-L      M-O      P-Q      R-Z
Foliose lichens are often large with leaf-like lobes and are usually attached to the substrate by rhizines. Please click on the images to see details and larger photographs. Glossary (opens in new window).

Anaptychia runcinata Anaptychia runcinata Candelaria concolor Candelaria concolor Cetrelia olivetorum Cetrelia olivetorum Collema auriforme, Jelly lichen Collema crispum Collema cristatum Collema cristatum Collema fasciculare Collema fasciculare Collema flaccidum Collema fragilis Collema furfuraceum Collema furfuraceum Collema fuscovirens Collema glebulentum Collema glebulentum Collema multipartitum Collema nigrescens Collema nigrescens Collema polycarpon (q1) Collema polycarpon Collema subflaccidum Collema tenax Collema tenax var ceranoides Collema tenax var ceranoides Collema tenax var tenax Collema tenax var vulgare

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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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