[Translated and modified from Motyka (1936-1938)] Thallus fruticose, 6-7 cm high, suberect or subpendulous, bushy, firm, and rigid, dirty glaucous green, opaque; base distinct, thick, rigid, blackened, just above the peduncle is densely, dichotomous and subsympodially divergently branched. Primary branches flexuously curved, the base up to 1.5 mm thick just above its largest part distinctly thinner, continuous and only simply broken, irregularly tuberculate and papillate; papillae partly larger, partly thinner, very short, spinuliferous, concolorous; branches thinner and dark, rarely coarsely tuberculate, often transversely broken. Secondary branches irregularly arranged, medium, slightly tapering at the base, very slightly irregularly thickened in the middle, tapering, obtuse, densely branched, obscuring tips. Thallus stratified: cortex olivaceous, ~40 μm thick; medulla white, 150 μm thick; axis unpigmented, 340 μm diam. Ascomata lecanorine apothecia occasional, terminal on branch tips; disk pale; margin fringed with thalline-colored cilia.