Bryodina rhypariza (Nyl.) Hafellner & Türk
Stapfia, 76: 150, 2001 - Lecanora rhypariza Nyl., Öfv. K. Vetensk.-Akad. Förh.: 296, 1860.

Synonims: Bryonora rhypariza (Nyl.) Poelt

Is present in the following regions (Click here for a map with abbreviations):
N - TAA, Lomb, Piem (Isocrono & al. 2004), VA (Piervittori & Isocrono 1999).

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Bryodina rhypariza (Nyl.) Hafellner & Türk

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On soil, terricolous mosses, plant debris
Photobiont: Green algae other than Trentepohlia
Growth form: Crustose
Reproductive strategy: Mainly sexual
Poleophoby: 3


  • pH of the substrata: intermediate between very acid and subneutral (2)
  • in sun-exposed sites, but avoiding extreme solar irradiation (4)
  • humidity requirements: rather hygrophytic (2)
  • in sites with no eutrophication (1) to sites with very weak eutrophication (2)
  • from the oroboreal belt of the Alps (4) to the vegetation above treeline (5)

    Note: a mainly arctic-alpine species, found on mosses (Andraea, Grimmia), often associated with cyanobacteria (Stigonema), almost certainly restricted to the Alps in Italy.

      Commonness-rarity status:
    • Alpine Italy: rather rare
    • Subalpine Italy: very rare
    • Oromediterranean Italy: absent
    • Montane Italy: absent
    • Padanian Italy: absent
    • Dry submediterranean Italy: absent
    • Dry mediterranean Italy: absent
    • Humid submediterranean Italy: absent
    • Humid mediterraenan Italy: absent