Squamulose lichens found in Ireland

Squamulose lichens are crustose at the base with leaf-like squamules at the outer margins that often over-lap or form mats. Please click on the images to see details and larger photographs. Glossary (opens in new window).

Agonimia tristicula Bacidia squamellosa Baeomyces rufus Baeomyces rufus Catapyrenium squamulosum Cladonia subcervicornis Dermatocarpon leptophyllodes Dermatocarpon leptophyllodes Dermatocarpon meiophyllizum Dermatocarpon meiophyllizum Endocarpon adscendens Endocarpon adscendens Fuscopannaria mediterranea Fuscopannaria mediterranea Fuscopannaria sampaiana Fuscopannaria sampaiana Lichenomphalia hudsoniana Lichenomphalia hudsoniana Normandina pulchella Normandina pulchella Pannaria conoplea Pannaria conoplea Pannaria rubiginosa Pannaria rubiginosa Parmeliella parvula Parmeliella parvula Parmeliella testacea Parmeliella triptophylla Placydium squamulosum Placydium squamulosum Placynthium nigrum Solenopsora holophaea Solenopsora holophaea Solenopsora vulturiensis Squamarina cartilaginea Squamarina cartilaginea Toninia aromatica Toninia aromatica Toninia sedifolia Toninia sedifolia Trapelia glebulosa Trapelia glebulosa Trapeliopsis wallrothii Trapeliopsis wallrothii Vahliella leucophaea Vahliella leucophaea Verrucaria macrostoma f furfuracea Verrucaria macrostoma f furfuracea

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Crustose, Placodioid, Leprose       Squamulose           Foliose        Cladonia    Fruticose, Filamentous    Lichenicolous
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