Podetia small, typically 1 to 2 cm in height, grey, usually unbranched, not forming cups, surface densely covered with granules and/or small squamules, lacking soredia or at most, slightly granular-sorediate; basal squamules small and inconspicuous; apothecia bright red, conspicuous, one or more developed at the tips of the podetia and often forming rings.
Damp places, mossy logs and stumps.
All year round.
Locally frequent in suitable areas.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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