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lecideine (adjective; variant spelling: lecideoid) – referring to apothecia that have a strongly darkened, at least partially carbonized proper margin and usually lack a thalline margin, although parts of the thallus may sometimes remain attached along the outside as a thalline veil or thalline collar.

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