on Si rock in salt spray zone
very distinctive spores which look (faintly) 1-septate but develop into multiiple round locales (not oil bodies)
as Buellia alboatra in Nash et al.
Apparently D. chlorophanum which was also found nearby ( http://mushroomobserver.org/97301?q=Nt0q ) is considered by some to be a variety of D. alboatra which contains norstictic acid. It does differ is some other characteristics though. Interesting that both are found in the same small area.
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