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Рассадина К.А. & Княжева Л.А. [Rassadina K.A. & Knjazheva L.A.] (1974): О некоторых новых и интересных Parmelia с Дальнего Востока. De speciebus Parmeliae nonnullis orientis extremi novis ac curiosis - Новости систематики низших растений / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 11: 297-304

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Рассадина К.А. [Rassadina K.A.] (1968): О некоторых интересных и малоизвестных Parmelia из подрода Melanoparmelia. De speciebus Parmeliae e subgenere Melanoparmelia - Новости систематики низших растений / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 5: 248-251

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Рассадина К.А. [Rassadina K.A.] (1968): О новых и интересных видах для СССР из подрода Xanthoparmelia. De speciebus Xanthoparmeliae pro URSS novis et curiosis notula - Новости систематики низших растений / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 5: 245-248

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Rambold G., Mayrhofer H. & Matzer M. (1994): On the ascus types in the Physciaceae (Lecanorales) - Pl. Syst. Evol., 192: 31-40

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Pusswald W., Kantvilas G. & Mayrhofer H. (1994): Hafellia dissa and H. levieri (lichenised ascomycetes Physciaceae), two corticolous and lignicolous species in Tasmania. - Muelleria, 8: 133-140

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Puntillo D. & Vězda A. (1991): A new species of Gyalideopsis (Lichens) from Calabria (South Italy) - Webbia, 46(1): 159–161

A new muscicolous lichen, Gyalideopsis calabrica, found in Calabria (South Italy), is described and illustrated. The new species grows on smooth bark of Fagus sylvatica. EndNote Read more... 

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Printzen C. (1995): Die Flechtegattung Biatora in Europa. - Bibliotheca Lichenologica, 60: 1-275

The species of the genus Biatora s. str. are crustose lichens with green algal photobionts and biatorine apothecia. Until recently these species were included in the genera Bacidia, Catillaria, and Lecidea. They share Biatora-type asci and thin-walled spores without a perispore. Characters of prime importance for the delimitation of the genus are a uniform type of conidiogenous hyphae, bacilliform pycnospores, and a typical mode of ascocarp ontogeny. A number of species recently incorporated in the … EndNote Read more... 

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Poelt J. & Vězda A. (1992): Ein Vorkommen foliicoler Flechten in der Steiermark - Herzogia, 9: 239-246

Key Words: Foliicolous lichens, Central Europe, ecology. Summary: In a ravin SW of Gamlitz in South-west Styria, Austria, at an altitude of ± 350 m, in a locality with a very constant, humid climate, four different species of foliicolous lichens could be found on needles of Abies: Bacidia (coll.) gorgonea spec. nov., characterized by its peculiar conidiomata, Bacidina apiahica and Fellhanera buxi (both new to Central Europe), and - most abundantly - Fellhanera bouteillei, which once must … EndNote Read more... 

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Hafellner J. & Vězda A. (1992): Tibellia, eine neue Gattung der Bacidiaceae mit byssoidem Thallus (lichenisierte Ascomycetes, Lecanorales) - Nova Hedwigia, 55(1-2): 183-193

Tibellia dimerelloides gen. et sp. nov., is described from Australia. "Within this family it is the first and only member forming byssoid thalli. The occurrence of byssoid thallus organisation among lichenized fungi is discussed and a key for genera including species with byssoid thalli is given EndNote Read more... 

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Poelt J. et Vězda A. (1974): Sarcogyne similis, eine "nordamerikanische" Flechte in Griechenland. - Ann. Mus. Goulandris, 2: 49-54

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