One of the most common saxicolous genus members in the Czech Republic, characteristic by the relatively thin, brown-grey thallus and granular isidia. Calcareous (especially limestone) rocks are its typical substrate, less often it may be found also on calcareous soil. Lathagrium fuscovirens is a widespread species in Europe. In the Czech Republic, it is recorded from lowlands to mountains. However, more common, it is only in karst regions, otherwhere it occurs locally and sparsely.taxonomic classification: most frequented synonyms:Collema fuscovirens
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