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Adhikari R., Ngangom R., Ingle K.K., Joseph S. & Nayaka S. (2024): New species and additional records in the lichen genus Malmidea from India - The Lichenologist, 56(2-3): 47-59

A detailed examination of Malmidea specimens deposited in the herbarium LWG and freshly collected samples resulted in the description of 10 new species. Malmidea glabromarginata has a finely verrucose thallus and granifera-type whitish apothecial margins. Malmidea globosa is characterized by having a strongly verrucose thallus with almost spherical warts and piperis-type apothecial margins. Malmidea incrassatispora has a thalline excipulum and ascospores with end wall thickenings. Malmidea kalbii … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Adjiri F. & Ramdani M. (2022): Distribution maps of the fifferent levels of elemental concentrations accumulated by the lichen in the northeast of Algeria - Journal of Environment and Earth Science, 12(2): 14–22

An evaluation of environmental pollution in the region of Bordj Bou Arreridj (BBA), Algeria according to metallic trace elements has been carried out, to determine the levels of the 10 elements accumulated in lichens and the different sources found in the region. A total of 192 samples of Xanthoria parietina lichen were collected over an area of 3920.42 km². Sampling sites include urban sites, rural sites, green parks, sites near high traffic streets and industrial enterprises. The lichen samples … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Adlassnig W., Weiss Y.S., Sassmann S., Steinhauser G., Hofhansl F., Baumann N., Lichtscheidl I.K. & Lang I. (2016): The copper spoil heap Knappenberg, Austria, as a model for metal habitats – Vegetation, substrate and contamination - Science of The Total Environment, 563–564: 1037–1049

Historic mining in the Eastern Alps has left us with a legacy of numerous spoil heaps hosting specific, metal tolerant vegetation. Such habitats are characterized by elevated concentrations of toxic elements but also by high irradiation, a poorly developed substrate or extreme pH of the soil. This study investigates the distribution of vascular plants, mosses and lichens on a copper spoil heap on the ore bearing Knappenberg formed by Prebichl Layers and Werfener Schist in Lower Austria. It serves … EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M. (1987): A new species of the genus Canoparmelia from Argentina - Mycotaxon, 28: 251-254

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Adler M. & Calvelo S. (1993): New reports of Parmeliaceae s. str. (Lichenized Ascomycotina) from southwestern Argentina - Mycotaxon, 46: 105-127

New to Argentina: Cetrariastrum americanum, Hypotrachyna sinuosa, Parmelinopsis swinscowii EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M. & Calvelo S. (2007): Flavoparmelia amplexa and F. springtonensis (Parmeliaceae) new to the Americas and additions to the lichen flora of Argentina - Bibl. Lichenol., 95: 121-129

The world distributions of nine species of the Parmeliaceae is presented including new localities in Argentina. Flavoparmelia amplexa (Stirt.) Hale, formerly known exclusively from Africa, is cited for the first time for the American continent, and is therefore categorized as a South American-African species, whereas F. springtonensis (Elix) Hale, until now known as an Australasian endemic, is reported for the first time for America as well and consequently categorized as a South American-Australasian … EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M. & Elix J.A. (1987): Three new saxicolous species in Parmeliaceae (lichenized Ascomycotina) from Argentina - Mycotaxon, 30: 339-344

Argentina, Uruguay. New species: Canomaculina tandilensis, C. ventanica, Parmelinopsis bonmriensis. EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M. T. (1990): An artificial key to the genera of the Parmeliaceae (Lichenes, Ascomycotina) - Mycotaxon, 38: 331-347

Pseudevernia and Brodoa are not included because of questions concerning placement in the Parmeliaceae EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M. T. & Ahti T. (1996): The distinction of Punctelia perreticulata and P. subrudecta (Parmeliaceae, Leanorales) - Lichenologist, 28(5): 431-436

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Adler M. T. & Calvelo S. (2002): Parmeliaceae species (lichenized Ascomycetes) from Tierra del Fuego (southern South America) and their world distribution patterns - Mitt. Inst. Allg. Bot. Hamburg, 30-32: 9-24

The Parmeliaceae s. str. (Parmelia s. lat., sensu Elix 1993) from Tierra del Fuego (southern South America) were studied and a list of the 36 recorded species, in 18 genera, is presented. The world distribution patterns ofthese species, traced mainly through literature, are mapped. Each species is assigned to a phytogeographical category according to its distribution pattern: Cosmopolitan, Bipolar, Austral, Pantropical, South American-Australasian, South American-African, Andean and Andean-Patagonian. … EndNote Read more... 

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