on peaty conifer woodland soil by old sandpits
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Have added a version without ruler! Thanks for the ID.
I see you have added colour correction too. This is now a very good representation of the species - showing both the apothecia and the thallus details very well.
It is quite common in upland Scotland, but I have yet to see it fruiting. I am jealous (of seeing it, and the photograph).
there was loads of it fruiting but only in a concentrated area of a couple of sq metres, the rest of the quite large area of the species had no fruiting bodies.
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