An epiphytic lichen, very similar to more common species Biatoridium monasteriense, from which is differs in missing or poorly developed thallus. Ecologically, both species are very similar. A single record from the Czech Republic was published from a bark of Acer platanoides at the locality Jilmová skála in the Šumava Mountains. Its distribution is poorly known and it is probably a rare lichen.
Literature: Malíček J. & Palice Z. (2015): Epifytické lišejníky Jilmové skály na Šumavě. – Bryonora 56: 56–71.taxonomic classification:
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