Lecidella elaeochroma

Lecidella elaeochroma

A cructose thallus which is grey-white to pale-grey-green in colour surrounded by a black prothallus. Small apothecia, convex or concave black discs.

Lecidella elaeochroma

An early colonist found on smooth-barked trees. Common and widespread.

Photographs of Lecidella elaeochroma taken February 2014, nature reserve, Staffordshire. © Pete Hillman 2014. Camera used Nikon Coolpix P500.


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