Lipstick Powderhorn

Wildflowers Found in Oregon

Lipstick Powderhorn

Cladonia macilenta A medium sized upright club, 10-20mm tall, arising from clusters of tiny grey basal scales; clubs unbranched, pale greyish, hollow, covered in tiny, powdery balls, often terminating in blunt or pointed tips, these often bearing bright red fruiting bodies. Found on conifer bark and decaying wood, best developed close to the ground; restricted to lower elevations; common.

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