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The left-hand, cup-shaped podetia seem to have red pycnidia, and this character, in combination with the flattened, corticate granules within the cup, makes C. diversa a likely identity, but there are others in this group, including true c. coccifera, which I cannot rule out.
The tall, scaly, pointed podetia to the right could well be C. bellidiflora - overall habit, podetial shape and nature of the podetial scales are all correct, but there are no pycnidia or apothecia to confirm it is one of the red-fruited species.
Lat/Lng: 56.3922, -3.9299
OS grid ref: NN809238
In Ben Lawes NNR, above the fenced area near the car park - about 450-500m above sea level