Collection location: Serra de São Mamede, Portugal [Click for map]
This was “the cherry on the top of cake”.
At the same place than the corticolous Rinodina sophodes (observation 267579) and R. capensis (observation 267581) I found the saxicolous R. atrocinerea, growing on siliceous rock side by side with a Rhizocarpon sp. (to be considered at another observation).
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