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podetium

(pə-dē′shē-əm, -shəm)
n. pl. pode·tia (-shē-ə, -shə)
A stalklike outgrowth of the thallus of certain lichens, bearing the apothecium.
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Nebraska populations are at the southern edge of the range for this boreal species that is characterized by finely sorediate podetia.
conista shows longer podetia stalks and wider scyphi than C.
A characteristic species with scyphose podetia coarsely sorediate in the upper part, sometimes considered a chemotype of C.
This is a morphologically variable species with subulate and dichotomously branched podetia.
A characteristic species with squamulose and persistent, rounded primary thallus, short and regular podetia, partially or totally covered with farinose soredia.
The irregular podetia with a variable number of squamules and blackish bases are the main characters to distinguish this species.
Regular podetia cover with granules in upper parts is characteristic.
This species has squamulose and persistent rounded primary thallus, short and regular podetia coarsely granulose in upper parts.
This species is distinguished by the corticate and regular scyphose podetia cover with peltate and flat squamules in upper part.