Edit: 2 further photos added. Edit 2: photos rotated
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Some fungi are very poisonous so a mistaken ID could have serious consequences.
No interactions present.
but these podetia are esorediate (lacking powdery or granular propagules), clothed in squamules, and seemingly with corticate granules within the cups, whereas C. fimbriata has a fine dusting of soredia and no podetial squamules or granules.
I'm stuck for suggestions. C. pyxidata? One for Cladonia King AlanS methinks.
Looking at the full-size image I can see traces of scarlet on the edges of some of the cups.
Yes, I looked at the photographs at maximum resolution, but I think the pycnidia are red-brown, not scarlet.
In any case, the colour of the podetia does not match C. diversa, but is right for the C. pyxidata group.
btw, I completely missed Nigel's comment when I posted my ID, although the date indicates he made it first. We evidently followed the same thought processes and I would have credited him.
Thistle: just a word of appreciation that, having added to/edited your original photographs, you have said so. Thanks!
Too many people don't, which sometimes makes a nonsense of posted IDs (Which CANNOT be edited in response, only added to.)
Lat/Lng: 55.4732, -3.2018
OS grid ref: NT241205