It has a distinctly cracked and warted thallus above a white prothallus and glossy orange or brown discs often aggregated into clusters.
Lecanora campestris is similar but can be distinguished with care.
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On bark of deciduous trees, especially mature Ash, Sycamore and Elm. Also on rock, especially vertical calcareous gravestones and brick of churches.
All year round.
Scattered throughout southern Britain and eastern Scotland.
Status in Leicestershire and Rutland not known.
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