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No interactions present.
Could you include some habitat please as that can help with identification!
Baeomyces placophyllus is a possibility but its a species I've not come across myself
Yes of course Jenny. Habitat is an abandoned limestone/shale quarry in south wales very close to the coast. It was growing amongst mosses in an area with virtually no soil. Having looked at Baeomyces placophylla I doubt it is that as that seems more of northern distribution on acid soils?
Doesn't look familiar. Appears to be pycnidiate, but hard to make out tiny details.
AlanS may have some ideas.
Thanks once again Alan! Is there any way of getting this record confirmed with sufficient confidence that I can enter it into the VC41 dataset? The reason being is that this brownfield site is likely to be subject to development pressure in the future and I would like to record what's there so that it can be considered in the correct light at the time. I am no expert on lichens though!
Lat/Lng: 51.3, -3.4
OS grid ref: ST0566