A lichen with small, yellow to yellow-orange fruiting bodies and an inconspicuous thallus. Currently, it has been included in the genus Athallia. It differs from a similar C. cerinella in the number of spores (this species has eight) in asci. In some areas of the Czech Republic, the species is abundant, growing on a bark of aspens in the company of C. pyracea. Also, it is known from nitrophilous communities on twigs. It is a boreo-montane species, reaching the highest abundancies in mountain areas.taxonomic classification: most frequented synonyms:Athallia cerinelloides
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