This possibly represents the holomorph of Lichenodiplis lecanorae, but the material is scanty and that species is polyphyletic according to Muggia et al. (2019). Ascomata are pyriform, 50-60 µm diam. and 65-75 µm tall, the peridium composed of about four layers of flattened mid brown angular cells. Asci are 32- or 64-spored, with ascospores initially aseptate but eventually becoming 1-septate when they are cylindric-ellipsoidal, pale brown and measure ca 5 x 2 µm. The conidiomata are ca 40 µm diam. and ± globose with a gaping ostiole, the inner wall lined with ± cylindrical conidiogenous cells ca 5 x 2 µm. Conidia are 5.5-6 x 2.8-3.5 µm, ellipsoidal, not contricted at the median septum, mid brown, thin-walled, the base ± truncate.