Cladonia uncialis subsp. biuncialis - Cladonia uncialis subsp. biuncialis
Mature podetia without basal squamules, whitish to pale yellow-green or grey-green, hollow, thin-walled and brittle, seeming inflated, finely powdery on the inner surface. The stems branch into two or three parts and these in turn terminate in 2 to 6 small branches surrounding a central hole. The ultimate branch tips pink-brown.
Heaths and moors.
All year round
Widespread in Britain, but mainly coastal in England.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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