Very similar to Flavoparmelia caperata but with somewhat smaller lobes, which are more adpressed to the substrate surface, soralia said not to be so distinctly pustular when young,
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On trees and rocks.
All year round.
Predominantly southern and coastal, but becoming more common inland in urban areas.
Occasional in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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