Lichen found on sloping cap to wall
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It reminds me of some Xanthoria polycarpa that I saw on some seashore rocks. Am not at all sure of this though, as I am also waiting for my lichen guides to arrive.
From the narrowness of the lobes it could be Xanthoria aureola (previously X. ectaneoides)though that is usually coastal.
Thanks for that - at least it's probably Xanthoria sp. although, in Telford, we're a long way from any coastline. I think my lichen book has arrived but my daughter won't let me open it until my birthday !
Lat/Lng: 52.6, -2.5
OS grid ref: SJ6803