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Iturriaga T., Hawksworth D.L. & Crane J.L. (2008): ‘Sporidesmium’ lichenicola sp. nov., a new lichenicolous fungus on Leptogium from Venezuela - Mycologia, 100(3): 392-396

‘Sporidesmium’ lichenicola sp. nov. is described from the decaying thallus of an unidentified Leptogium species growing on unidentified tree bark from the Guaramacal National Park in Bocono´ , Ta´chira, in western Venezuela. This is only the second lichenicolous species to be described under this generic name, and differences from that species and similar species in Sporidesmium s. lat. are discussed. A more precise generic placement will have to await a molecularly based taxonomy … EndNote 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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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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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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Hawksworth D.L. (2004): 'Misidentifications' in fungal DNA sequence databanks - New Phytologist, 161: 13-15

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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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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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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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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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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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