Lecanographa amylacea (Pers.) Egea & Torrente
Bibl. Lichenol., 54: 122, 1994
- Lichen amylaceus [Ehrh. ex] Pers., Plant. Crypt. Exsicc.: 303, 1793.
Lecanactis amylacea (Pers.) Arnold, Lecanactis illecebrosa (Dufour) Fr., Lecidea farinosa (Ach.) Nyl. non H.Magn., Opegrapha illecebrosa Dufour, Schismatomma illecebrosum (Dufour) A.Massal.
Is present in the following regions
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N - Ven, TAA. C - Tosc, Laz (Ravera & al. 1999, 2000, Munzi & al. 2004, 2007). S - Bas (Potenza 2006), Cal (Puntillo 1996), Si (Nimis & al. 1994).
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surfaces seldom wetted by rain, e.g. underhangs
pH of the substrata: very acid (1) to intermediate between very acid and subneutral (2)
in sites with diffuse light but scarce direct solar irradiation (3) to sun-exposed sites, but avoiding extreme solar irradiation (4)
humidity requirements: rather hygrophytic (2)
in sites with no eutrophication (1)
from the eu-mediterranean belt (1) to the submediterranean belt (2)
Note: a mild-temperate, mainly western lichen, found on isolated, old deciduous trees, esp. oaks, on faces seldom wetted by rain.
- Alpine Italy:
- Subalpine Italy:
- Oromediterranean Italy:
- Montane Italy:
- Padanian Italy:
- Dry submediterranean Italy:
- Dry mediterranean Italy:
- Humid submediterranean Italy:
- Humid mediterraenan Italy: