This poorly known taxon is characteristic by the presence of xanthones in apothecia, which make thalline margin yellow, C+ yellow to orange (the reaction also in discs) and UV+ pink. In Europe, it has been reported from limestones, basic silicates and anthropogenic calcareous substrates. Its occurrence in the Czech Republic is questionable – there is only a single historical record under the name L. conferta from diabase rocks in Motol (Servít 1930). However, the herbarium specimen in PRC is in a very bad condition and it was possible to confirm only its affiliation to the genus.
Literature: Servít M. (1930): Flechten aus der Tschechoslovakei. I. Die Umgebung von Praha. – Věstník Královské české společnosti nauk 1929/13: 1–50.taxonomic classification: most frequented synonyms:Lecanora conferta
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