Not sure if it is possible to put a name to this Peltigera sp. but if anyone can, great! Thanks. Found growing on a ditch bank.
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A view of the veins and rhizines on the underside is probably needed to name this specimen. It might be Peltigera hymenina, but I think the genus-level ID is safest here.
would be an exciting find for Northamptonshire, Alison.
The 'tomentum' visible here is the hyphae of the medulla exposed by a slug or other lichenivore, not the true tomentum that I am guessing drew you to this rare dune species.
Lat/Lng: 52.34667, -1.12885
OS grid ref: SP594724