Rare lichens discovery in the Netherlands


This video is called Lichen, the most awesome thing ever.

Dutch news agency ANP reports about a discovery of several rare lichen species near Nijmegen in the Netherlands.

In nature reserve Heumensoord, the very rare Cladonia callosa was found. Maybe, Heumensoord is the most important place in the world for this species.

Other Heumensoord lichen species: Dibaeis baeomyces; Baeomyces rufus; Pycnothelia papillaria; and Cladonia strepsilis.

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