Cladonia macilenta - Cladonia macilenta
Podetia usually small, often about 1cm in height, cylindrical, blunt-tipped, unbranched or, at most, sparsely branched, grey, the surface powdery, often with a few small squamules below; basal squamules relatively small, incised, grey, becoming grey-green when damp; apothecia red, button-like on the tips of the podetia.
On damp stumps and tree-bases.
All year round.
Widespread and locally common in Britain
Thought to be fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
Leicestershire & Rutland Map
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