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I meant this ID for the next observation. I didn't intend to touch this one, so I have agreed with Cladonia to void it.
Edit: one for Alan methinks. I wonder about Cladonia monomorpha with its "discoid, bullate
plates on the podetial surface" - then again, I think these qualify as podetial squamules rather than plates.
Edit: just noticed the location, so ignore the above. I'm not used to seeing overseas lichen observations on here.
Yes, it's foreign and it's wet and I am also inclined to duck this one. It doesn't match any lichen of this group that I have seen in Britain, though it might well come under the umbrella of C. pyxidata agg.
I agree, those are squamules, not bullate plates, so in my view it is not C. monomorpha.
Lat/Lng: 40.6139, 8.5049