Collection location: Monte de S. Bartolomeu, Nazaré, Portugal [Click for map]
This comes in the sequel of observation 107030 where Jason proposed the name Leprocaulon microscopicum for that specimen. I knew that had already observed such species and attach the photos of it.
Comparing with that observation the thallus seems to be more yellowish/green. According to the British Flora the spot tests should be all negative, though some yellowish tones seems to appear mainly in K and KC.
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Created: 2012-08-26 16:44:06 CDT (-0500)
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