Stereocaulon paschale is sometimes considered synonymous with S. alpinum. It is distinguished by prostrate pseudopodetia, granulose to finger-like phyllocladia and numerous cephalodia. It grows on acidic soils and silicates. It is widely distributed across Europe, but rare, except for the northern parts. In the Czech Republic, it was historically known from the Ralsko region and Obří důl corrie in the Krkonoše Mts (Černohorský et al. 1956).
Literature: Černohorský Z., Nádvorník J. & Servít M. (1956): Klíč k určování lišejníků ČSR. I. díl. – Nakladatelství ČSAV, Praha.taxonomic classification:
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