Punctelia subrudecta: A photograph of lichens taken in Jersey at Gorey Common on a poplar tree. The grey in the centre is Punctelia subrudecta, a common species that grows on buildings, rock and trees. The golden species is very common and grows on calcareous rock and especially on trees affected by nitrogen-containing fertilisers as well as bird droppings! Most of this is Xanthoria parietina. There are other species present and this is an example of lichens growing together as an attraction almost as beautiful as a rock garden.
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