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6134.0400 LICHENS; MOSSES; LIVERWORTS; FUNGI.

Subpart 1.

Lichens.

The following species of lichens are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Caloplaca parvula;

(2)

Dermatocarpon moulinsii;

(3)

Leptogium apalachense;

(4)

Lobaria scrobiculata;

(5)

Parmelia stictica;

(6)

Pseudocyphellaria crocata; and

(7)

Umbilicaria torrefacta.

B.

Threatened:

(1)

Allocetraria oakesiana;

(2)

Arthrorhaphis citronella, golden-dot lichen;

(3)

Coccocarpia palmicola;

(4)

Lecanora epanora, a species of rim lichen;

(5)

Parmelia stuppea;

(6)

Peltula bolanderi, Bolander's peltula lichen;

(7)

Protopannaria pezizoides, brown-gray moss-shingle lichen;

(8)

Ramalina roesleri, frayed ramalina lichen; and

(9)

Usnea mutabilis, bloody beard lichen.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Ahtiana aurescens;

(2)

Amygdalaria panaeola, powdery almond lichen;

(3)

Anaptychia crinalis;

(4)

Arctoparmelia centrifuga, concentric ring lichen;

(5)

Arctoparmelia subcentrifuga, a species of ring lichen;

(6)

Bryoria fuscescens, pale-footed horsehair lichen;

(7)

Buellia nigra, black disk lichen;

(8)

Caloplaca stellata, a species of firedot lichen;

(9)

Cladonia pseudorangiformis;

(10)

Heterodermia obscurata, orange-tinted fringe lichen;

(11)

Melanelia subolivacea, brown-eyed camouflage lichen;

(12)

Menegazzia terebrata, port-hole lichen;

(13)

Ochrolechia androgyna, powdery saucer lichen;

(14)

Peltigera venosa;

(15)

Platismatia glauca, ragbag lichen;

(16)

Ramalina thrausta, Angel's hair lichen;

(17)

Stereocaulon pileatum, pixie foam lichen;

(18)

Sticta fuliginosa;

(19)

Thelocarpon epibolum, a species of thelocarpon lichen;

(20)

Usnea longissima, Methusela's beard lichen; and

(21)

Usnea rubicunda, red beard lichen.

Subp. 2.

Mosses and liverworts.

The following species of mosses and liverworts are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Bryoxiphium norvegicum, sword moss;

(2)

Schistostega pennata, luminous moss; and

(3)

Splachnum rubrum, red parasol moss.

B.

Threatened:

(1)

Cirriphyllum piliferum, hair-pointed feather moss;

(2)

Cryptocolea imbricata, hidden perianth liverwort;

(3)

Cynodontium schisti, mowed mosquito moss;

(4)

Lescuraea saxicola, lustrous bow moss;

(5)

Sphagnum compactum, cushion peat moss;

(6)

Sphagnum lescurii, red twisted peat moss; and

(7)

Trichocolea tomentella, down liverwort.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Aphanorrhegma serratum, lidden earth moss;

(2)

Atrichum crispum, wave-leaved crane's-bill moss;

(3)

Atrichum tenellum, little saw moss;

(4)

Aulacomnium androgynum, bud-headed thread moss;

(5)

Aulacomnium heterostichum, differential branched crease capsule moss;

(6)

Bryum cyclophyllum, egg-leaf true moss;

(7)

Buxbaumia aphylla, bug-on-stick moss;

(8)

Cyrto-hypnum pygmaeum, pygmy plume moss;

(9)

Encalypta procera, tall extinguisher moss;

(10)

Frullania selwyniana, Selwyn's ear-leaf liverwort;

(11)

Heterocladium dimorphum, spaced-out tangle moss;

(12)

Hyophila involuta, rolled-leaf wet-ground moss;

(13)

Jaffueliobryum wrightii, Wright's blunt-leaved true moss;

(14)

Meesia uliginosa, swan moss;

(15)

Pogonatum urnigerum, urn-bearing hair moss;

(16)

Thelia hirtella, nipple moss; and

(17)

Tortella inclinata, shortleaf chalk moss.

Subp. 3.

Fungi.

The following species of fungi are designated as:

A.

Endangered:

(1)

Psathyrella cystidiosa;

(2)

Psathyrella rhodospora; and

(3)

Suillus weaverae.

B.

Threatened: none.

C.

Of special concern:

(1)

Boletus subcaerulescens, a species of Porcini mushroom;

(2)

Laccaria trullisata;

(3)

Lactarius fuliginellus;

(4)

Lysurus cruciatus; and

(5)

Sarcosoma globosum, a species of cup fungus.

Statutory Authority:

MS s 84.0895

History:

8 SR 1921; 20 SR 2782; 38 SR 217

Published Electronically:

August 19, 2013

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