A common species from the C. chlorophaea agg., which is indistinguishable from several other species without the verification of secondary metabolites. In Europe, it is a widely distributed lichen with a wide ecological amplitude. It grows from lowlands to high mountains. In the Czech Republic, most records are from acidic (often sandy) soil or humus from open stands. The species also occurs on decaying wood or tree bark. It is scattered to locally abundant.taxonomic classification:
All records: 78, confirmed 68. One click on a selected square displays particular record(s), including their source(s).