cyanophilous


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cy·a·noph·i·lous

(sī'ă-nof'i-lŭs),
Readily stainable with a blue dye.

cy·a·noph·i·lous

(sī'ă-nof'i-lŭs)
Readily stainable with a blue dye.

cyanophilous

(sī-ăn-ŏf′ĭl-ŭs)
Having an affinity for a blue dye or stain.
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Hyphae of rhizomorphs 1.5-3.5 [micro]m diam, hyaline, thick-walled (wall uniformly 0.5 [micro]m thick), infrequently but conspicuously clamped; wall of medullary hyphae smooth, those of cortical and surface hyphae spiculate; spicules crowded, less than 0.5 [micro]m long, extremely sharp, cyanophilous; ampulliform clamps up to 14 [micro]m broad, overshot, thick-walled (wall up to 1 mm thick), without ornamentation.
intertexta and enough for the growth of coccoid cyanobacteria and cyanophilous lichens.
Most of the sandstone surface in this site is covered by epilithic lichens, with a dominance of those with Chlorophyceae as phycobiont; cyanophilous lichens grow as well.