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… is more or less the same that with Teprhomela atra. To my knowledgeThe potential candidate is L. gangaleoides, which as a much more wrinkled thallus than my specimen. Moreover, I believe that the spores are 1-septate. At least I could see that in the microscope, althought the photos are quite bad. Anyhow, I upload two photos where this “can be seen” for the bigger spores, which nevertheless are very small, and those spores are a bit constricted at septum .
Sorry, I don’t have my references at hand. I’m sure you’ve already considered the possibility. I’m mostly concerned because it looks like your spores are colorless and nonseptate (admittedly, they are immature and obscured by the hymenium here).
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