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Afshan N.S., Fayyaz I., Iftikhar F., Habib K., Razzaq F., Niazi A.R. & Khalid A.N. (2022): A taxonomic and phylogenetic study of some Cladonia species from Pakistan - Nova Hedwigia, 115: 535–548

For this study, a number of species of the genus Cladonia were collected from different areas of Pakistan and characterized using morpho-anatomical and molecular techniques. The present work revealed that the collected specimens belong to four species. Among these, C. rei, C. ochrochlora and C. cariosa are new records for Pakistan, while the reports of C. pocillum represent range extensions within Pakistan. Complete morpho-anatomical descriptions and notes on ecology and distribution are provided, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Afshan N., Fayyaz I., Iftikhar F., Niazi A.R., Habib K. & Khalid A.N. (2023): A new species of the genus Bacidina (Ramalinaceae, Ascomycota) from Pakistan - Herzogia, 36: 470–478

Bacidina pakistanica from the Himalayan moist temperate forest in Pakistan is described as new to science. nrITS sequences confirm its position within the genus Bacidina and together with its morphology suggest that it is distinct from other species of this genus. The taxon is characterized by olive green to pale green thallus, purplish black to almost black apothecia, 0.7 – 0.9 – 1.3 – 1.75 mm wide, a hymenium 65 – 80 μm high, 3 – 4 septate and large ascospores 28 – 55 × 1.9 – … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Afshan N., Fayyaz I., Iftikhar F., Jabeen M. & Khalid A. (2023): A new species and a new record of the genus Squamulea (Teloschistaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) from Pakistan - The Lichenologist, 55(2): 51-58

A novel species in the genus Squamulea, S. chikarensis, is described from Himalayan moist temperate forest in Pakistan. The morphology, chemistry and ITS sequences support its distinction from other species of this genus. The taxon is characterized by a pale green to yellow thallus, large apothecia up to 0.8–1.8 mm wide, pale yellow to yellow-orange apothecial discs, a hymenium 70–110 μm high, large ascospores (12–20 × 5–11 μm) and a narrow ascospore septum (1.5–3 μm). In addition, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Afonina O.M., Bredkina L.I. et Makarova I.I. (1980): Raspredelenije lisajnikov i mchov v lesostepnych landsaftach v srednem tecenii r. Indigirgki. (Distribution of lichen and moses in - Botaniceskij zurnal, 65(1): 66-83

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Afieroho O.E., Noundou X.S., Krause R.W.M., Isaacs M., Olley L., Hoppe H.C. & Abo K.A. (2018): An antiplasmodial depside from a Nigerian lichen Dirinaria picta, epiphytic on the oil palm Elaeis guineense - Revista Boliviana de Química, 35(1): 31–39

This study investigated the anti-plasmodial and cytotoxic potentials of the chloroform (LCE) and ethanol (LEE) extracts from the foliose lichen Dirinaria picta with the view of isolating anti-malarial drug lead compound (s). In vitro anti-plasmodial and cytotoxicity assays were done using the plasmodium lactate dehydrogenase assay and human HeLa cervica cell lines respectively. The structure of the isolated compound was elucidated using spectroscopic techniques. The LCE yielded a novel antiplasmodial … EndNote Read more... 

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Affeld K., Sullivan J., Worner S.P. & Didham R.K. (2008): Can spatial variation in epiphyte diversity and community structure be predicted from sampling vascular epiphytes alone? - Journal of Biogeography, 35: 2274-2288

Keywords: Biomass, bryophytes, canopy, community composition, epiphytes, lichens, New Zealand, species richness, temperate rain forest, vascular plants. EndNote Read more... 

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Advaita M.K., Morse C.A. & Ladd D. (2016): Lichens, lichenicolous fungi, and allied fungi of Pipestone National Monument, Minnesota, U.S.A., revisited - Opuscula Philolichenum, 15: 56-81

A total of 154 lichens, four lichenicolous fungi, and one allied fungus were collected by the authors from 2004 to 2015 from Pipestone National Monument (PNM), in Pipestone County, on the Prairie Coteau of southwestern Minnesota. Twelve additional species collected by previous researchers, but not found by the authors, bring the total number of taxa known for PNM to 171. This represents a substantial increase over previous reports for PNM, likely due to increased intensity of field work, and also … EndNote Read more... 

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Adrian-Romero M., Blunden G., Carpenter B.G. & Tyihák E. (1999): HPLC quantification of formaldehyde, as formaldemethone, in plants and plant-like organisms - Chromatographia, 50(3-4): 160–166

Formaldehyde, as its dimedone adduct formaldemethone, has been detected and quantified in all the tested species of angiosperms, gymnosperms, pteridophytes, lichens and fungi, as well as in the two species tested of cyanobacteria and the one species of charophyte. Yields ranged from EndNote Read more... 

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Adrees M., Habib K. & Khalid A.N. (2022): Bacidia suffusa (Fr.) A. Schneider (Ramalinaceae), an addition to the lichen biota of Pakistan confirmed by molecular phylogeny - Pakistan Journal of Botany, 54(2): 731–736

Bacidia suffusa, a member of lichenized family Ramalinaceae is reported on the bark of Alnus nitida, from Himalayan moist temperate forest of Pakistan, based on critical morpho-anatomical and ITS-based phylogenetic analysis. Its occurrence here indicates that it is the first report of this lichen from Pakistan and South East Asia as well. The taxonomic characters of the taxon are given, along with an ITS-based phylogenetic tree and notes on its ecology and distribution. Key words: Himalaya, … URL 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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