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Caloplaca is a lichen genus, composed of a number of distinct species. Members of the genus are commonly called firedot lichen, jewel lichen.
gold lichens, "orange lichens", but they are not always orange, as in the case of C. albovariegata. The distribution of this lichen genus is worldwide, extending from Antarctica to the high Arctic. It includes a portion of northern North America and the Russian High Arctic. There are about thirty species of Caloplaca in the flora of the British Isles. An example species in this genus is Caloplaca saxicola, a lichen with worldwide distribution including the Antarctic continent, Europe and northern North America including the northern reaches of the Canadian boreal forests.
A new species of Caloplaca, C. obamae, the first species to be named in honor of Barack Obama, was discovered in 2007 on Santa Rosa Island in California and published in March 2009.
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Leupold Mark AR, mod 1, 1.5-4 power x 20 with Green FireDot illumination and SPR reticle. Butler Creek scope caps, Leupold one piece cantilever scope mount.
Super clear glass. This is a great optic for fast acquisition of close and medium range targets. The SPR reticle has a circle dot for close...