This was a pleasant surprise. A tree identified (by me, hope well) as Fraxinus angustifolia was the only of is type growing on the sides of a public monument (the others were Platanus, where I never found a lichen). It seemed ornamented with a rough painting. A closer look showed that, in fact, it was covered by a lichen with an unmistakable appearance – Dirina ceratoniae, which I’m used to find in shrubs closer to the coast.
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