Not totally sure on this one so any comments will be great, thanks.
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Lovely clear picture. My Dobson Lichen book says that C. ramulosa only has "very narrow cups", which makes me think it might be something else. I think that the little spikey bits with the brown apothecia might be an identifying factor, so I wonder if it could be C.chlorophaea, as http://www.lichens.lastdragon.org/Cladonia_chlorophaea.html says "apothecia sessile or on short prolongations from the cup margins". But I'm not very familiar with Cladonia species at all, so not confident!
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If you look at the oldest upload of C.ramulosa just above your comments, the cups on that specimen seem similar to mine.
Like you though, I am not very confident!
If this refers to the photograph from Wakefield, currently named "C. ramulosa", the photograph doesn't give a clear view of the surface features, but I doubt that it is correctly named.
Thanks for all your comments. I have never seen apothecia on C.chlorophaea before so think that clouded my judgement.
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