The thallus is foliose, yellow to yellow-grey, lobes narrow, crowded, radiating, convex in cross section, turned under at the tips, pale brown beneath, inner lobes usually bearing large, globose, white to yellowish soralia.
On hard, exposed, base-poor rocks.
All year round.
Mainly found in the north and west, and mainly in upland areas.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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