Type locality: U.S.A. OREGON: Tillamook County, northern edge of the town of Barview, on the shore of Barview Slough, 45o34'30"N, 123o56'45"W; growing on evergreen leaves of Vaccinium ovatum in the marginal shrub vegetation between Picea sitchensis woodland and the open water slough, 6 Apr 2006, Björk 12728 (UBC, holotype; HB. BJÖRK, HB. SPARRIUS, isotypes).
Distribution and ecology: Known from the Pacific Northwest (Oregon) and British Columbia, growing foliicolous on Vaccinium leaves and conifer needles.
Etymology: Named after the American state of Oregon.
- Sparrius, L.B. & Björk, C.R. 2008. Enterographa oregonensis (Roccellaceae), a new foliicolous species from the northwest coast of North America. The Bryologist 111(3): 487–489. [RLL List # 211 / Rec.# 30364] - (Recent Literature on Lichens) (JSTOR) Reference page. (Black-and-white photo of thallus: p. 488, fig. 1; diagram of ascospores: p. 488, fig. 2)
Links to photos
- Pictures of tropical lichens - Enterographa oregonensis