Lecanora horiza
Lecanora horiza

Growth type crustose
Chemical results: K+/- pale yellow, C-. UV+ pale orange

Found on rocks, the vertical side of limestone gravestones and memorials and on basic-barked trees

A slightly lumpy or irregularly warted whitish thallus with prominent large, glossy, chestnut-brown apothecia that are often very crowded. The epithecium has an upper layer of fine granules that do not dissolve in K. Spores 9-15 x 6-8.5 Ám.

Saxicolous specimens can be confused with Lecanora campestris


Lecanora horiza

Lecanora horiza

Lecanora horiza

Lecanora horiza

Lecanora horiza
Lecanora horiza
Corfe Mullen and Wimborne, Dorset. January 2014, February 2017

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