This Lepraria species may be found on a variety of substrates. However, it prefers rain-protected and rather humid microhabitats and substrates with higher pH. The lichen often occurs in associations with bryophytes. In their company, it is usually found on calcareous rocks or subneutral tree bark. Less often, it may pass onto soil or anthropogenic substrates. It is a wide-ranged but not really common species in Europe. It occurs sparsely in the Czech Republic, more often in limestone areas.taxonomic classification:
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