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Pišút I. (1981): K problematice ústupu lišejníků v Československu. - in Holub J., 1981, Mizející flóra a ochr,

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Zander R. H. (1978): Portraits of American bryologists and lichenologists, II - Bryologist, 81: 188

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Pentecost A. & Rose C.I. (1985): Apothecium production in Xanthoria parietina. - Lichenologist, 17(1): 33-38

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Orwin J. (1970): Lichen succession on recently deposited rock surfaces - New Zealand Journal of Botany, 8: 452-477

A study of lichen succession on seven rock surfaces of recent origin occurring below timberline in the North Canterbury high country, New Zealand, is described. Trends derived from data on occurrence of species, number of species, and total lichen cover were found to have a general correlation with age. Some of the variation in the values obtained could be attributed to the effect of stone size. The computing of negative exponential curves for three 40 yr old surfaces indicated that clear asymptotic … EndNote Read more... 

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Randlane T., Thell A. & Saag A. (1995): New data about the genera Cetrariopsis, Cetreliopsis and Nephromopsis (fam. Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycotina) - Cryptogamie, Bryol. Lichenol., 35-60

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Culberson W.L. & Culberson C.F. (1968): The lichen genera Cetrelia and Platismatia (Parmeliaceae) - Contrib. U.S. Natl. Herb., 34(7): 449-558

Cetrelia gen. nov., C. alaskana (C. Culb. & W. Culb.) comb. nov., C. braunsiana (Mull. Arg.) comb. nov., C. cetrarioides (Del. ex Duby) comb. nov., C. chicitae (W. Culb.) comb. nov., C. collata (Nyl.) comb. nov., C. davidiana sp. nov., C. delavayana sp. nov., C. isidiata (Asah.) comb. nov., C. japonica (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., C. nuda (Hue) comb. nov., C. olivetorum (Nyl.) comb. nov., C. pseudolivetorum (Asah.) comb. nov., C. sanguinea (Schaer.) comb. nov., C. sinensis sp. nov., Platismatia gen. nov., … EndNote Read more... 

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Obermayer W. & Poelt J. (1994): Lecanora leptacinella, Lecidea polytrichina und Lecidea polytricinella spec. nova, drei an acidophile Moose gebundene Flechten von - Acta Botanica Fennica, 150: 131-142

Lecanora leptacinella Nyl. in Norrl. (non Harm.) and Lecidea polytrichina Hertel (syn. Lecanora p. (Th.Fr.) Vain.) mainly parasitize Polytrichum spp. and Racomitrium lanuginosum (Hedw.) Brid. resp. Contrary to other mosses attacked by lichens, these bryophytes have a rather loose, caespitose habit, which forces the lichens to colonize each leave separately, overgrowing both upper and lower surface. The cellwalls of the hosts swell up, bleach out and finally almost disappear. The two species … EndNote Read more... 

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Oberhollenzer H. & Wirth V. (1990): Contribution to a revision of the lichen genus Fuscidea III: Fuscidea recensa (Stirton) Hertel, V. Wirth et Vězda - Bibl. Lichenol., 38: 367-375

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Nimis P.L., Poelt J. et Tretiach M. (1994): Caloplaca wetmorei, a new lichen species from Western North America. - Bryologist, 97: 182-185

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Nieboer E., Ahmed H.M., Puckett K.J. et Richardson D.H.S. (1972): Heavy metal content of lichens in relation to distance from a nickel smelter in Sudbury, Ontario. - Lichenologist, 5: 292-304

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