lumpy crustose lichen, grey-green colour. black apothecia with wavy rims
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Alan's site says "On base-poor rocks and stonework. Requires careful distinction from Tephromela atra with which it may grow, but L. gangaleoides typically has a slightly darker, sometimes greenish tinted thallus, orange colour in the lower medulla (pick away the surface) and it lacks the purple colours internally in the apothecia"
Lat/Lng: 56.0691, -4.8143
OS grid ref: NS249898