Solenopsora liparina has a placodioid thallus similar to the common Protoparmeliopsis muralis. It specializes on ultramafic rocks, mainly on serpentines. In the Czech Republic, it is known from a single locality, from serpentine rock outcrops in the Na hadci Nature Reserve near Raškov in the Šumperk region. It is rare throughout Europe, the Czech Republic being at the northern border of its distribution area. In the Czech Republic, it used to be named S. carpatica, a later synonym of S. cesatii, which is not known from the country (Guttová et al. 2014).
Literature: Guttová A., Zozomová-Lihová J., Timdal E., Kučera J., Slovák M., Piknová K. & Paoli L. (2014): First insights into genetic diversity and relationships of European taxa of Solenopsora (Catillariaceae, Ascomycota) with implications for their delimitation. – Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 176: 203–223.taxonomic classification:
Ascomycota → Lecanoromycetes → Lecanorales → Catillariaceae → Solenopsora
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