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omphalodisk (noun, pl. omphalodisks;ascocarp term; variant spelling: omphalodisc) – an apothecial disk with central columnella of sterile, closely aggregated, agglutinate hyphae; visible as umbo in the centre of the apothecial disk; typically found in species of Umbilicaria.

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