A slightly nitrophilic, epiphytic and epixylic species from the * L. saligna * group, which is sparsely distributed throughout the country. Its real abundance is probably much higher than the literature proposes. It seems to be one of the species that has spread in recent decades. The most common substrate are thin twigs, especially of young coniferous trees or hard wood of stumps, etc.taxonomic classification:
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