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Adler M., Calvelo S. & Elix J. A. (2006): The distinction between Menegazzia cincinnata and M. valdiviensis (Parmeliaceae) - Mycotaxon, 95: 217-228

Separation of two taxa from southern South America best done using ascospore length and presence or absence of thamnolic acid in the medulla EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M.T. (1989): Two new species in Parmeliaceae (lichenized Ascomycotina) and new records for Argentina - Mycotaxon, 35(2): 399-404

Punctelia jujensis sp. nov., Parmotrema pseudobreviciliatum Adler, Elix & Hale sp. nov. Four additional species are reported for the first time from Argentina EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M.T. (1996): A comparative study on Punctelia colombiana and Punctelia stictica (Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycotina) - Mycotaxon, 58: 77-92

Asexual Propagules, Conidia, Isidia, Phyllidia, Punctelia, South America EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M.T. (1997): Polymorphism of vegetative propagules in Punctelia punctilla (Parmeliaceae, Lecanorales) and the delimitation of the species - Mycotaxon , 63: 57-70

Punctelia missouriensis is a synonym of P. punctilla, which they interpret broadly EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M.T. (2013): Líquenes parmelioides (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) del Parque Nacional Copo (Provincia de Santiago del Estero, Argentina) - Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica, 48(3-4): 387-406

Parmelioid lichens (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) of National Park Copo (Santiago del Estero Province, Argentina). Twenty three species of foliose Parmeliaceae were collected and identified in Copo National Park and surroundings, on trunks and branches in primary and secondary forests of Aspidosperma quebracho-blanco and Schinopsis lorentzii, two tree species known as quebracho blanco and quebracho colorado respectively. The species are briefly described, including particular comments and the geographic … EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M.T. & Calvelo S. (2010): Flavoparmelia baltimorensis, Parmotrema yodae y Xanthoparmelia braziliensis, primeras citas para Argentina y ampliación de distribuciones para otras Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota liquenizados) - Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica, 45(1-2): 5-16

Flavoparmelia baltimorensis, Parmotrema yodae and Xanthoparmelia braziliensis, new to Argentina and extension of distributions for other Parmeliaceae (Lichenized Ascomycota). Flavoparmelia baltimorensis (Gyeln. & Fóriss) Hale, Parmotrema yodae (Kurok.) Hale and Xanthoparmelia braziliensis Nash & Elix, are reported for the first time for Argentina, which were collected in north-western and central- western provinces. In addition, new distribution reports from Argentine provinces for twelve species … EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M.T. & Calvelo S. (1996): Two new species of the genus Menegazzia (Parmeliaceae sensu lato, lichenized Ascomycotina) from southern South America - Mycotaxon, 59: 367-372

Menegazzia fumarprotocetrarica Calvelo & Adler sp. nov., M. norsorediata sp. nov. (both from Argentina) EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M.T. & Calvelo S. (2007): Ampliación de las distribuciones de especies de Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota liquenizados) en la República Argentina - Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica, 42(1-2): 1-11

Summary: Extension of the known distribution of species in the Parmeliaceae (Lichenized Ascomycota) inside Argentina. Eighteen species in the family Parmeliaceae belonging to the Argentine lichen flora are described briefly. Their world geographic distributions are given as well as their distributions inside the country. New reports from Argentine provinces, for each of the described species are also informed. They correspond to the following enumerated genera, indicating in brackets the number … EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M.T. & Elix J.A. (1992): New records of Hypotrachyna and Parmelinopsis lichens (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae) from north-west and central Argentina - Mycotaxon, 43: 283-288

New to South America: Hypotrachyna leiophylla, Parmelinopsis afrorevoluta. New to Argentina: H. endochlora, H. revoluta, P. minarum EndNote Read more... 

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Adler M.T. & Estrabou C. (2000): Los generos de Parmeliaceae sensu stricto (Ascomycota liquenizados) de la provincia de Cordoba, Republica Argentina - Kurtziana, 28 (2): 297-307

After a lichenological survey, fourteen genera of Parmeliaceae s. str. have been recognized for Cordoba province. Each genus is briefly described, and a key to help in their identification is provided; this key has been constructed applying for the first time in Argentina the histochemical technique developed by R. S. Common. Cordoba, Argentina, Parmeliaceae, Canomaculina, Canoparmelia, Everniastrum, Flavoparmelia, Flavopunctelia, Hypotrachyna, Myelochroa, Paraparmelia, Parmelinopsis, Parmotrema, … EndNote Read more... 

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