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Leuckert C. & Poelt J. (1989): Studien über Lecanora rupicola-Gruppe in Europa (Lecanoraceae) - Nova Hedwigia, 49: 121-167

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Jabłońska A. & Kukwa M. (2007): The lichen genus Ochrolechia in Poland I. O. androgyna s. lat. and O. arborea - Herzogia, 20: 13-27

The taxonomy, chemistry, morphology, habitat requirements and distribution of Ochrolechia androgyna s. lat. and O. arborea in Poland are detailed; there are two chemotypes (B and C) of O. androgyna. Ochrolechia androgyna B is a mountain taxon with few scattered lowland localities, whereas O. androgyna C is typically a lowland lichen with very few mountain records. The possible type collection of O. androgyna s. str. and holotype of O. pulvinata var. ecorticata proved to be O. androgyna B. Ochrolechia … EndNote Read more... 

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Leonard E.C. et Killip E.P. (1939): Natural history of Plummers Island, Maryland. VIII. Lichens. - Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 52: 23-26

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Lawrey J.D. (1991): Biotic interactions in lichen community development: a review - Lichenologist, 23(3): 205-214

The extent to which biotic factors (competition, predation/disease, longevity) regulate lichen community development can be addressed by considering a number of general trends expected in higher plant successions and searching for supporting evidence from lichen studies. Four of the most frequently observed (or predicted) trends during succession are that: (1) superior competitors replace poor competitors; (2) ecologically specialized species replace generalists; (3) chemically well-defended species … EndNote Read more... 

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Laundon J.R. (1963): The taxonomy of sterile crustaceous lichens in the British Isles 2. Corticolous and lignicolous species. - Lichenologist, 2: 101-151

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Laundon J.R. (1992): Lepraria in the British Isles. - Lichenologist, 24(4): 315-350

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Laundon J.R. (1981): The species of Chrysothrix. - Lichenologist, 13: 101-121

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Lamb I.M. (1978): Keys to the species of the lichen genus Stereocaulon (Schreb.) Hoffm. - Journ. Hattori Bot. Lab., 44: 209-250

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Kuťák V. (1923): Vzácné lišejníky české. - Věstník I. sjezdu československých botaniků v Praze, p. 60

More interesting lichens collected by V. Kuťák since 1914 are listed, namely from the territory of NE Bohemia. EndNote Read more... 

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Kuťák V. (1923): Lišejníková flora pískovcových skal v severovýchodních Čechách - Věstník I. sjezdu československých botanikù v Praze, p. 59-60

Report on the lecture. Die Flechtenflora der Sandsteinfelsen in Nordostböhmen EndNote Read more... 

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