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Messuti M.I. & Archer A.W. (2009): ¿Cuántos taxones pueden incluirse teóricamente en el género Pertusaria? (How many taxa can theoretically be included in Pertusaria?) - Glalia, 2(3): 1-9

The number of taxa within the genus Pertusaria DC. is at present uncertain but, using a combination of the chararcters used for the systematic separation of the taxa such as chemistry, morphology and ascospore number and structure, yields a theorethical number of taxa, close to 1 550, as reflected in this work. EndNote Read more... 

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Picquenard C.-A. (1899): ... [Lettre] par M. Malinvaud, énumère les principaux résultats de ses dernières herborisations lichénologiques dans le Finistère - Bull. Soc. Bot. France, 46: 214-215

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Marchal [É.] (1884): ... des collections cryptogamiques préparées par M. Sonnet et destinées à l'enseignement - Bulletin de la Société Royale de Botanique de Belgique, 23: 27-29

Belgium; herbarium; 9 lichen species listed at p. 29 EndNote Read more... 

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Diels [L.] (1907): ... ein Ausflug in die Lüneburger Heide ... - Bericht über die Zusammenkunft der Freien Vereinigung der Systematischen Botaniker und Pflanzengeographen [Leipzig], 4: 44-46

Report on an (?)excursion near Hamburg; 7 lichens listed EndNote Read more... 

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Braune F.A. von (1800): ... Schreiben des Herzgs von Braune, an mich ... - Botanisches Taschenbuch für die Anfänger dieser Wissenschaft und der Apothekerkunst [Regensburg], 1800: 220-221

a letter to the editor of the journal (D.H. Hoppe); Germany; few lichens listed (Cladonia taurica, Lobaria rigida, Lobaria fahlunensis) EndNote Read more... 

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Hawksworth D.L. (2004): 'Misidentifications' in fungal DNA sequence databanks - New Phytologist, 161: 13-15

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Boonpragob K., Lumbsch H.T. & Sipman H.J.M. (2010): 'Thelotremataceae workshop', Bangkok 10–15 March 2008 - Lichenologist, 42(2): 127

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Armstrong R.A. & Bradwell T. (2015): ‘Growth rings’ in crustose lichens: Comparison with directly measured growth rates and implications for lichenometry - Quaternary Geochronology, 28: 88-95

Some species of crustose lichens, such as Ochrolechia parella (L.) Massal., exhibit concentric marginal rings, which may represent an alternative technique of measuring growth rates and potentially, a new lichenometric dating method. To examine this hypothesis, the agreement and correlation between ring widths and directly measured annual radial growth rates (RaGR, mm a−1) were studied in 24 thalli of O. parella in north Wales, UK, using digital photography and image analysis. Variation in ring … EndNote Read more... 

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Kondratyuk S.Y., Popova L.P., Kondratiuk A.S. & Lőkös L. (2022): ‘Hot’ and ‘white’ spots of lichen diversity of the Ukrainian plains (after geobotanical subprovinces and administrative oblasts) - Studia Botanica Hungarica, 53: 59–82

Podolian-Middle-Dnieper geobotanical subprovince of Forest-Steppe zone and the belts of Artemisia-Gramineae Steppes and grass-Stipeta-Festuca Steppes of Priazov Black Sea Steppe sub- province of Steppe zone are the most well studied among twelve geobotanical subprovinces of the Ukrainian plains, while the lack of information on lichen species diversity found to be in Middle Russian subprovince of Forest zone and belt of grass-Stipeta-Festuca Steppes of Middle-Don Steppe subprovince of Steppe … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kalb J., Polyiam W., Rivas Plata E., Bawingan P.A., Kalb K. & Lücking R. (2016): ‘Missing links’ alive? Novel taxa represent morphological transitions between distinctive phenotypes among extant Graphidaceae (lichenized Ascomycota: Ostropales) - Phytotaxa, 268(2): 110–122

We provide an updated account on the species of the Cruentotrema-Dyplolabia clade in Graphidaceae subfamily Fissurinoideae, describing three new species: Cruentotrema lirelliforme J. Kalb, Polyiam & K. Kalb, differing from Cruentotrema thailandicum in the lirelliform ascomata; Dyplolabia chumphonensis J. Kalb & K. Kalb, differing from Dyplolabia oryzoides by smaller ascospores; and Dyplolabia dalywaiana Rivas Plata, Bawingan & Lücking, differing from other Dyplolabia species in the angular, … EndNote Read more... 

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