Notes: HABITAT moist forest; SUBSTRATE base of Quercus; ASPECT mostly shaded; NOTES on base of trunk of old oak? in low valley bottom; THALLUS globular to branched cylindrical isidia abundant especially on sharp ridges of wrinkles, color olive-black.
The typical species around here on bark is C. furfuraceum, but it is characterized by broad pustules which this has none of. C. subflaccidum is also isidiate and on bark, but it should have globular isidia, and this has cylindrical isidia.
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