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Herbarium specimen showing a white, granular primary thallus, and a secondary thallus of pink apothecia on short unbranched stalks. Image by Ed Uebel.
Herbarium specimen showing a white, granular primary thallus, and a secondary thallus of pink apothecia on short unbranched stalks. Image by Ed Uebel.

Dibaeis baeomyces is a fruticose lichen from the Icmadophilaceae family (Ascomycota). It is commonly known as pink earth lichen for its production of pink apothecia, typically 1-4 mm in diameter and 6 mm tall. The genome of Dibaeis baeomyces was imported into MycoCosm for comparative purposes.

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