Lecanora chlarotera - Lecanora chlarotera
A crusty cream to pale grey, almost smooth to strongly warted looking like lumpy porridge, often forming distinct, rounded colonies. Discs buff to chestnut brown.
A characteristic early coloniser of young, planted, semi-urban trees, as in supermarket car-parks.
All year round.
Widespread and quite common in Britain.
Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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