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Vězda A. (1967): Lecidea praecox, eine neue Flechten-Art aus der Verwandtschaft von Lecidea uliginosa (Schrad.) Ach - Preslia, 39: 1-4

Lecidea praecox sp. nov., Aphanopsis coenosa (Ach.) Coppins et P.James EndNote Read more... 

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Coppins B. J. & Fryday A. M. (2006): New or previously misunderstood species of Lithographa and Rimularia (Agyriaceae) from the southern subpolar region and western Canada - Lichenologist, 38(2): 93-107

Lithographa graphidioides (Cromb.) Imshaug ex Coppins & Fryday comb. nov. (Argentina, Chile, Falkland Islands), L. opegraphoides sp. nov. (Falkland Islands), L. serpentina sp. nov. (New Zealand), Rimularia actinostoma sp. nov. (Canada), R. austrolimborina sp. nov. (Chile). A key to 6 species of Lithographa is included., Rimularia, Lithographa, New Taxa, New Zealand, Canada, British Columbia, Keys, Chile, South America, Campbell Island, Subantarctic EndNote Read more... 

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Hawksworth D. L. (2006): Misunderstanding the status of Ciferri & Tomaselli's generic names necessitates Peteraamesia gen. nov. for Sclerophyton circumscriptum and an additional species - Lichenologist, 38(2): 187-190

Peteraamesia gen. nov., P. circumscripta (Taylor) comb. nov., P. sorediata (Sparrius, P. James & M. A. Allen) comb. nov., Sclerophyton, Nomenclature, Peterjamesia, New Taxa, Ciferri, Tomaselli EndNote Read more... 

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Wirth V. (2009): Antonín Vězda, der Lichenologe (1920-2008 - Herzogia, 22: 5-15

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Coppins B.J. (1985): Review: Current Concepts in Plant Taxonomy. Edited by V.H Heywood & D.M Moore. [Systematics Association Special Volume No. 25.] London, etc.: Academic Press 06 1984. Pp. 432, figures 110. ISBN 0 12 347060 9. Price £35 - Lichenologist, 17: 115-116

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Wolseley P., James P. W., Theobald M. R. & Sutton M. A. (2006): Detecting changes in epiphytic lichen communities at sites affected by atmospheric ammonia from agricultural sources - Lichenologist, 38(2): 161-176

Comparisons of epiphytes on oak trees between oceanic Devon sites and continental Norfolk localities. Results on twigs in both sites suggest that lichens on twigs respond more rapidly to recent changes in ammonia concentrations while trunks may maintain relict lichen communities due to either a legacy of previous acidification or ecological continuity. The results suggest that loss of acidophytes is taking place prior to the establishment of nitrophytes indicating the importance of establishing levels … EndNote Read more... 

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Sérusiaux E., Fischer E. & Killmann D. (2006): Nyungwea, a new genus of lichen with goniocyst-producing stipes from Rwanda and Uganda (East Africa) - Lichenologist, 38(2): 115-121

New Nyungwea gen. nov., N. pallida sp. nov. with Trentepohlia photobiont. The taxonomic position of the genus is unresolved, but authors suggest a possible position in the Arthoniales., Rwanda, Nyungwea, New Taxa, East Africa, Uganda, Goniocysts, Consoredia, Mabira Forest, Nyungwe Forest, Goniocystangia, Trentepohlia, Arthoniales EndNote Read more... 

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Kantvilas G. & Seppelt R. (2006): Polysporina frigida sp. nov. from Antarctica - Lichenologist, 38(2): 109-113

Polysporina frigida sp. nov. from the Ingrid Christensen Coast, Victoria Land, and the Queen Maud Mountains., Antarctica, New Taxa, Polysporina, Acarosporaceae EndNote Read more... 

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Andreev M.P., Kotlov Y.V. & Makarova I.I. (1998): Opredelitel lisajnikov Rossii 7. (Handbook of the Lichens of Russia 7). Lecideaceae (Lecidea), Micareaceae(Micarea, Psilolechia), Porpidiaceae (Amygdalaria, Bellemerea, Clauzadea, Farnoldia, Immersaria, Koerberlella, Porpidia, Stenhammarella) - Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, 167 pp

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Ott S., Burger E., Schuster G. & Jahns M. (1996): Distribution of lichens on Rock - Herzogia, 12: 171-198

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