Acarospora applanata

ID - 549
Symbol Key - ACAP
Common Name - cracked lichen
Family - Acarosporaceae
Category - Lichen
Division - Ascomycota
US Nativity - Native to U.S.
US/NA Plant - Yes
State Distribution - N/A
Growth Habit - Lichenous
Duration - N/A
Xgenus - N/A
Genus - Acarospora
XSpecies - N/A
Species - applanata
Ssp - N/A
Subspecies - N/A
Var - N/A
Variety - N/A
Forma - N/A
Genera Author - A. Massal.
Binomial Author - H. Magn.
Trinomial Author - N/A
Quadranomial Author - N/A
Federal Noxious Status - N/A
Federal Noxious Common Name - N/A
State Noxious Status - N/A
State Noxious Common Name - N/A
PLANTS Invasive Status - N/A
Federal T/E Status - N/A
Federal T/E Common Name - N/A
State T/E Status - N/A
State T/E Common Name - N/A
National Wetland Indicator Status - N/A
Characteristics Data - N/A

USDA Plant Characteristics. 2013.

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