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This is the Lichen that is found by the seaside but not inland but as the sea cliffs are the bath hills it could remain here due to the salts in the soil from millions of years of sea inundation
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Hi Colin, not sure if you were referring to Rhizocarpon geographicum or Xanthoria parietina but both species are found inland as well as near the coast.
Lat/Lng: 52.4, 1.4
OS grid ref: TM3390