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A Lichen - Cetraria sepincola
Other Names:  Tuckermannopsis sepincola

Potential Species of Concern

Global Rank: G5
State Rank: S2S3
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State Rank Reason (see State Rank above)
Known from many locations, associated with bogs, in western Montana.
 
General Description
Thallus foliose, suberect to ascending, light to dark brown or pale olive, to less than 2 cm broad; lobes 2-3 cm wide with undulating margins; soredia and isidia lacking, and apothecia numerous, dominating the thallus McCune and Geiser 2009.

Species Range
Present
 


Range Comments
This lichen occurs from Alaska south to northern California and northwestern Montana east to the northeastern United States (McCune and Goward 1995).

Summary of Observations Submitted for Montana
Number of Observations: 4

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Habitat
Generally on shrub twigs, especially those of Betula, in fens and bogs.

Ecology
Indicator of wetland habitat.

Reproductive Characteristics
Reproduces sexually by spores from apothecia.

Threats or Limiting Factors
None identified.

References
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