This usually sterile sorediate species of humid deciduous forests has only recently been recorded in the Czech Republic in preserved alluvial forests of southern Moravia. Its actual distribution is expected to be more extensive. However, at lower elevations, where its occurrence is most probable, forests are often degraded by eutrophication and intensive management, not very lichenologically attractive and generally unexplored. We will be able to better evaluate the abundance and occurrence of this species in the future. At the sites, where this Biatora is present, its populations are usually large.taxonomic classification:
All records: 11, confirmed 11. One click on a selected square displays particular record(s), including their source(s).