Lichens of Belgium, Luxembourg and northern France

Distribution map of Pseudevernia furfuracea (L.) Zopf  by Paul Diederich   Pseudevernia furfuracea (L.) Zopf
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Pseudevernia furfuracea – Luxembourg (Ard.), Schlindermanderscheid – © 1998 by Charles Reckinger

Syn.: Parmelia furfuracea (L.) Ach., Evernia furfuracea (L.) W. Mann, incl. Pseudevernia furfuracea var. ceratea (Ach.) D. Hawksw., syn. Evernia olivetorina Zopf

In forests (mainly on Betula, Fagus and Quercus) and on isolated trees (e.g. Fraxinus, Tilia), most common on acid bark, incl. that of introduced conifers.

Belgium: Mar.: RR, Camp.: R, Brab.: AR, Mosan: AR, Ard.: C, Lorr.: AC.

Luxembourg: Ard.: CC, Lorr.: C.

France: Pic.: RRR (1971), Ard. C, Lorr.: AC.

Lit.: Ca: 124, Ho: 224, 622, La66: 393-404, WS: 54-56, 107-108.

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