Rinodina fimbriata has a light grey to white thallus, apothecia with a proper to lecideine margine and 22–31 μm long ascospores of Mischoblastia-type. From the very similar and related R. moziana, it is distinguished by the absence of atranorin in the thallus. It occurs on base-enriched siliceous periodically inundated rocks. In the Czech Republic, the species is known from the banks of the Berounka river (below Týřovické skály in the Křivoklát region) and Chrudimka river (below Nasavrky). In central Europe, it is a rare lichen of lower elevations in suboceanic areas (Thüs & Schultz 2009).
Literature: Thüs H. & Schultz M. (2009): Fungi: Lichens Pt. 1, Freshwater Flora of Central Europe. – Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg.taxonomic classification:
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