A species associated with boreal forests, growing on hard and slowly decaying wood, often near watercourses. Its status in the Czech Republic is unresolved for now. Historically, it used to be published as Lecidea/Biatora gibberosa but the specimens require revisions. Two of them, published from the Krkonoše Mts (Kuťák 1952), actually represent the recently described Lecidea coriacea (Holien et al. 2016).
Literature: Kuťák V. (1952): Lišejníky v Krkonoších. – Časopis Národního Muzea 121: 106–116. Holien H., Palice Z., Björk C. R., Goward T. & Spribille T. (2016): Lecidea coriacea sp. nov., a lichen species from old-growth boreal and montane forests in Europe and North America. – Herzogia 29: 412–420.taxonomic classification: most frequented synonyms:Lecidea exsequens, Lecidea gibberosa
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