Notes: Growing up on a fence surrounding a property in the south facing slope. Quoting from the 1st reference “Notes: Old ascomata of Gyalecta frequently lose their hymenium, leaving the shining, pale, sterile base and empty exciple of the hypothecium (James and Woods 1992).”. For photos of this species at different stages see the 2nd reference.
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