Melanelixia fuliginosa subsp. glabratula
Thallus green to warm brown, shining, older parts with few to abundant cylindrical or branched outgrowths reaching 0.8 mm or more in height, leaving white scars when rubbed off.
On deciduous tree bark and fences, rarely rocks.
All year round.
Generally common throughout Britain.
Fairly frequent in Leicestershire and Rutland.
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