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I'm not sure which species of Cladonia it is, sorry!
OPAL Community Scientist
Yorkshire and Humber
No need to apologise for not naming it to species. The genus is large and difficult, with most species very variable.
Probably there are two here, C. fimbriata (long, cylindrical stems to the cups) (and, unusually for this species, it is fruiting - brown apothecia on the rims of the cups), and there is also a single spike of what looks like C. coniocraea. To be honest, a closer, higher resolution photograph is needed.
Lat/Lng: 52.27962, -4.0103
OS grid ref: SN629665