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Paz-Bermudez G. & Lopez de Silanes M. E. (1998): Bactrospora carneopallida, new to Europe - Lichenologist, 30(3): 291-292

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Lücking R. (1998): Plasticolous lichens in a tropical rain forest at La Selva biological station, Costa Rica - Lichenologist, 30(3): 287-291

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Henderson A. (1998): Literature on air pollution and lichens 47 - Lichenologist, 30(3): 279-286

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Piervittori R., Salvadori O. & Isocrono D. (1998): Literature on lichens and biodeterioration of stonework 3 - Lichenologist, 30(3): 263-277

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Land C. J. & Lundstrom H. (1998): Inhibition of fungal growth by water extracts from the lichen Nephroma arcticum - Lichenologist, 30(3): 259-262

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Seppelt R. D., Nimis P. L. & Castello M. (1998): The genus Sarcogyne (Acarosporaceae) in Antarctica - Lichenologist, 30(3): 249-258

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McCarthy P.M. & Tønsberg T. (1998): Porina radicicola, a new lichen from western North America - Lichenologist, 30(3): 245-248

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Calatayud V. & Rambold G. (1998): Two new species of the lichen genus Immersaria (Porpidiaceae) - Lichenologist, 30(3): 231-244

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Tretiach M. & Hafellner J. (1998): A new species of Catillaria from coastal Mediterranean regions - Lichenologist, 30(3): 221–229

A revision of several specimens of Catillaria mediterranea Hafellner revealed that two species can be recognized: C. mediterranea s. str., which has 8–16 spores per ascus, grows on foliose and fruticose lichens, and has a Mediterranean- Macaronesian, montane distribution, and C. praedicta Tretiach & Hafellner sp. nov., which has (16–)24–32(–48) spores per ascus, occurs on shrubs in coastal Mediterranean maquis, and has a Mediterranean, maritime distribution. The systematic affinities … EndNote Read more... 

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Printzen C., Holien H. & Etayo J. (1998): Two new Biatora species from western Norway and Madeira - Lichenologist, 30(3): 213-219

Biatora hertelii Printzen & Etayo and B. troendelagica Holien & Printzen are described as new to science. Diagnostic characters, systematic affinities, ecology and distribution of both species are briefly discussed. Divaricatic acid is reported for the first time from a species of Biatora. EndNote Read more... 

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