Found on fallen oak twig
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No interactions present.
It looks like it. Alan S says this of it:
The commonest of a complex of similar species that require chemical tests and microscopic examination of cross-sections of the hymenium and apothecial margins for certain identification.
I have agreed with the identification to genus. But it does look good for L. chlarotera, which is much the commonest of its group.
Some time I shall add better photographs to my site.
Lat/Lng: 50.5966, -3.7251
OS grid ref: SX779788
Mixed deciduous woodland on the edge of Dartmoor