Lichens of Belgium, Luxembourg and northern France

Distribution map of Lepraria crassissima (Hue) Lettau © by Paul Diederich   Lepraria crassissima (Hue) Lettau
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Lepraria crassissima – Luxembourg (Lorr.), Schläifmillen – © 1998 by Charles Reckinger

Saxicolous, very frequent on sandstone rocks (especially inside forests), sometimes on walls (incl. in cities), also on other calcareous or on siliceous rocks, in humid forests rarely on the bark of old Fagus or Quercus trees.

Belgium: Mosan: AR, Ard.: R (locally common in the Semois valley).

Luxembourg: Ard.: RRR, Lorr.: AC.

France: Ard.: RRR, Lorr.: RRR.

Lit.: Di: 150, Ertz: 19, NL84: 15, NL92: 157-158, NL97: 50.

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