thalline


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thalline

[′tha‚lēn]
(organic chemistry)
C9H6N(OCH3)H4 Colorless rhomboids soluble in water and melting at 40°C.
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Apothecia immersed or semi-immersed in the thallus, disc level with thallus, or sessile, flat when mature, scattered, singly or in groups, (0.5-)0.8-3 mm diam.; disc dark red to dark reddish orange or reddish brown, epruinose or rarely pruinose, thalline margin developed, rather thick and prominent, entire, smooth.
Apothecia sessile or constricted at base, scattered or in groups, (0.25)0.5-1.5(-2) mm diam.; disc crimson, purple-red to orange-red, epruinose, thalline margin slightly prominent, smooth, crenulate to verrucose, even crenulate or flexuose.
(2008)]; disc cinnabar, scarlet to red-orange, epruinose, thalline margin slightly prominent, smooth, crenulate to verrucose, even crenulate or flexuose.
Apothecia immersed when young, then sessile, scattered, 0.5-1.55 mm diam.; disc dark scarlet to cinnabar-red with the color penetrating into the margin, epruinose, thalline margin thin, appearing almost granular to sorediate, evanescent with age.