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Infestation of the algal leaf spot (Cephaleuros virescens) on ther southern magnolia (Magnolia grandiflora); Green-orange algal spots or "green scruf" on leaf surface. The grayish-white and darker "crusts" are lichens of the genus Strigula resulting from fungal colonization of the alga; family Trentepohliaceae.

Image taken 21 March, 2008 by Edward L. Barnard.

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  • Cephaleuros virescens

    Cephaleuros virescens is a species of green algae in the Trentepohliaceae family. It is a common...

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current14:01, December 22, 2010Thumbnail for version as of 14:01, December 22, 2010512 × 768 (293 KB)Dser (Talk | contribs)Infestation of the algal leaf spot (''Cephaleuros virescens'') on ther southern magnolia (''Magnolia grandiflora''); Green-orange algal spots or "green scruf" on leaf surface. The grayish-white and darker "crusts" are lichens of the genus Strigula resulti

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