A yellow, sorediate lichen, similar to the species C. flavocitrina. Recently, it has been included in the genus Flavoplaca. The only confirmed report from the Czech Republic comes from a concrete wall in České Budějovice (Vondrák et al. 2009). It is expected to be relatively frequent. However, its safe differentiation from the common C. flavocitrina requires DNA sequencing.
Literature: Vondrák J., Říha P., Arup U. & Søchting U. (2009): The taxonomy of the Caloplaca citrina group (Teloschistaceae) in the Black Sea region; with contributions to the cryptic species concept in lichenology. – Lichenologist 41: 571–604.taxonomic classification:
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