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Aspicilia fruticulosa

Taxonomy 
Scientific Name:Aspicilia fruticulosa
Common name:rim lichen
Family:Hymeneliaceae Minor Group:Lichen Major Group:Nonvascular Plant or Fungus
Rank and Status     
Global Rank:G3 Endemic:No NNHP Track Status:At-Risk List
Subnational (State) Rank:S1 Sand Dunes:No USESA Status:No Status
Native Status:Native Wetland:No
Other Agency Status Status Last Updated Status Comments
Nevada Native Plant Society Marginal
Distribution (NV Counties)

Status: Possible

Elko
Washoe

Status: Confident or certain

Humboldt
Summary Occurrence Data
Occurrence Count:1
Total Observed Area (hectares):Not Available
Maximum Known Elevation (m):Not available
Minimum Known Elevation (m):1917
Links
Aspicilia fruticulosa data at NatureServe
Aspicilia fruticulosa photos and data at Encyclopedia of Life
 
Character Abstract
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Reproduction Comments:Reproduction is apparently entirely asexual by wind-dispersal of the thallus or thallus fragments "tumbleweed"-style.
Habitat Comments:Areas of high soil pH, often in Artemisia nova and Sphaeromeria argentea habitats. Also in calcareous badlands of volcanic ash deposits. Vagrant lichens often do best in slight depressions where liquid water collects and may keep the lichens hydrated for long periods. Vagrant lichens are usually found among shrubs less than 0.5 m tall, possibly due to inhibition of wind dispersal by larger shrubs. One author has noted very low annual precipitation, but cold, windy, foggy, and overcast winters.
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Inventory Comments:Not yet systematically surveyed in Nevada.
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specimen photographed
Photographer: Eric Peterson, Nevada Natural Heritage Program
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close-up of thallus photographed from specimen
Photographer: Eric Peterson, Nevada Natural Heritage Program
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