In fence rotten fence post's at the wood edge,
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No interactions present.
Could you explain the type of habitat,as this is in a rather exposed area,on old fencing at the edge of a deciduous wood,I have now decided to give Cladonia's a miss as I don't think out of all the one's I have posted that I have identified one correctly.I will stick to my fungi in future.
they begin to make sense eventually!
P. subulata occurs in general 'Cladonia habitats' - peaty banks, sand dunes, though especially in rock crevices and on drystone walls.
P. rei, according to continental literature, is a ruderal species, colonising bare ground, usually along with the moss Ceratodon purpureus.
DNA work has shown the two species are distinct, but overlap morphologically.
Lat/Lng: 55.058, -2.2227
OS grid ref: NY858737