A backpack trip to Ice Lake (2435 m) and the summit of the Matterhorn (2995 m) in the Wallowa Mountains in Oregon sponsored by Northwest Lichenologists resulted in numerous interesting finds, including several rare species and new state records. Caloplaca oblongula, C. saxifragarum, Cephalophysis leucospila, Dermatocarpon polyphyllizum, Farnoldia micropsis, and Solorina spongiosa are apparently new to Oregon. Many of the calciphiles found in this area on marble have seldom been reported from Oregon.
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