Found on large rocks at top of the beach
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No interactions present.
With the very lobulate centre even though no isidia, I don't think we can rule out X. calcicola.
On balance I slightly prefer X. parietina but I am not going to add agreement.
Whilst we're on this genus: I don't want to seem pushy or demanding, but I'd welcome anything from gardener or AlanS or Brian or indeed anyone else, on this:
and decided it doesn't exist, never has existed, and so doesn't need to be thought about.
Discover that you have had a period of several hours that you cannot account for, during which you and your camera appear to have gone to the seaside, then I might add agreement.
That's fine - makes it all the more interesting. I'll revisit it and hurl bleach at it and hack it from its hold and buy a microscope... and I'll still be clueless and curious.
Lat/Lng: 51.3794, 1.1973
OS grid ref: TR225693