Cladonia crispata - Cladonia crispata
Small squamules followed by smooth, upright, irregularly branched brownish-grey to olive-brown podetia with pale reticulations. Axils open, margins with finger-like extensions or narrow cups that sometimes develop into one-sided tiers.
Found in boggy areas and acid heaths.
All year round.
Quite widespread in Britain, though it appears to be less common in central and eastern areas of Britain.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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