Rinodina conradii is unequivocally distinguished from all other Rinodina species by the 3-septate spores (vs. one-septate in other species). It occurs on bryophytes growing at old tree bases (e.g., on beech or oak) or on terricolous bryophytes. It might also be found directly on tree bark or wood. The species prefers well-lit stands (e.g., solitary trees), mainly in the mountains. It is very rare in most European countries, but more abundant, for example, in Sweden. In the Czech Republic, R. conradii had been recorded during the 19th and the first half of the 20th century, e.g., from Juniperus bark near Třebíč (Suza 1921). The latest record is from plant debris on a rocky hill near Doblov near Moravský Krumlov. The locality is overgrown by a forest, nowadays, thus the species occurrence is improbable. There are no recent records.
Literature: Suza J. (1921): Čtvrtý příspěvek k lichenologii Moravy. – Sborník Klubu přírodovědeckého v Brně 3: 1–50. Vězda A. (1959): Doplňky k rozšíření lišejníků na Moravě. – Sborník Klubu přírodovědeckého v Brně 31: 51–58.taxonomic classification:
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