Rather a rare, but probably partially overlooked epiphytic or epixylic forest species of humid forested areas. It can occur both on thin trunks and branches (sometimes already dead) and on a bark and wood of old trees. It prefers deciduous trees with acid bark. In the Czech Republic, it occurs mainly in higher elevations, reaching the highest densities in the Šumava Mountains. One recent finding also comes from the Králický Sněžník Mts, from the source area of the river Morava.taxonomic classification: most frequented synonyms:Bacidia beckhausii
All records: 13, confirmed 11. One click on a selected square displays particular record(s), including their source(s).