Lichens of North Carolina
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34 species for Pitt County

familysciNamecomName
BrigantieaceaeBrigantiaea leucoxanthaBrick-spored Lichen
CaliciaceaeBaculifera curtisiiCurtis' Button Lichen
Pyxine subcinereaAshy Mustard Lichen
CladoniaceaeCladonia leporinaJester Lichen
Cladonia raveneliiRavenel's Cladonia
Cladonia strepsilisOlive Cladonia
Cladonia subcariosaPeg Lichen
Cladonia subtenuisDixie Reindeer Lichen
ParmeliaceaeBulbothrix isidizaIsidiate Eyelash Lichen
Canoparmelia carolinianaCarolina Shield Lichen
Hypotrachyna lividaWrinkled Loop Lichen
Hypotrachyna minarumHairless-spined Shield Lichen
Imshaugia aleuritesSalted Starburst Lichen
Myelochroa aurulentaPowdery Axil-bristle Lichen
Parmeliopsis ambiguaGreen Starburst Lichen
Parmeliopsis subambiguaSouthern Starburst Lichen
Parmotrema hypoleucinumWhite Belly Ruffle Lichen
Parmotrema reticulatumReticulated Ruffle Lichen
Parmotrema submarginaleUnperforated Ruffle Lichen
Parmotrema ultralucensSpotted Ruffle Lichen
Punctelia rudectaRough Speckled Shield Lichen
Tuckermanella fendleriDwarf Wrinkle Lichen
Usnea subscabrosaHorny Beard Llichen
Hypotrachyna mcmullinianaMcMullin's Loop Lichen
PertusariaceaePertusaria paratuberculiferaSpotted Wart Lichen
Pertusaria texanaTexas Wart Lichen
PhysciaceaeHeterodermia albicansWhite Fringe Lichen
Heterodermia obscurataOrange-bellied Fringe Lichen
Hyperphyscia syncollaSmooth Shadow-crust Lichen
Phaeophyscia pusilloidesPom Pom Shadow Lichen
Phaeophyscia rubropulchraOrange-cored Shadow Lichen
Physcia millegranaMealy Rosette Lichen
Physcia pumiliorSpotted Rosette Lichen
StereocaulaceaeLepraria membranaceaMembrane Dust Lichen