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Kuusinen M. (1996): Epiphyte flora and diversity on basal trunks of six old - growth forest tree species in southern and middle boreal Finland - Lichenologist, 28(5): 443-463

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Nakano T. & Ihda T. (1996): The identity of photobionts from the lichen Pyrenula japonica - Lichenologist, 28(5): 437-442

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Adler M. T. & Ahti T. (1996): The distinction of Punctelia perreticulata and P. subrudecta (Parmeliaceae, Leanorales) - Lichenologist, 28(5): 431-436

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Marcano V., Mohali S., Palacios-Pru E. & Morales Mendez A. (1996): The lichen genus Bulbothricella, a new segregate in the Parmeliaceae from Venezuela - Lichenologist, 28(5): 421-430

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Harada H. (1996): Hyalopyrenia japonica, a peculiar new pyrenocarpus lichen genus from Japan - Lichenologist, 28(5): 415-419

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McCarthy P. M. & Elix J. A. (1996): Myeloconis, a new lichen genus of pyrenocarpous lichens from the tropics - Lichenologist, 28(5): 401-414

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van den Boom P.P.G., Alonso F.L. & Egea J.M. (1996): Lecania poeltii, a new lichen species from Portugal and northern Africa - Lichenologist, 28(5): 395-399

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Ariño X. & Saiz-Jimenez C. (1996): Lichen deterioration of consolidants used in the conservation of stone monuments - Lichenologist, 28(4): 391-394

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Schroeter B. & Sancho L. G. (1996): Lichens growing on glass in Antarctica - Lichenologist, 28(4): 385-390

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Silberstein L., Siegel B.Z., Siegel S.M., Mukhtar A. & Galun M. (1996): Comparative studies on Xanthoria parietina, a pollution-resistant lichen, and Ramalina duriaei, a sensitive species. II. Evaluation of possible air pollution-protection mechanisms - Lichenologist, 28(4): 367-383

Surveys of the distribution of the lichens Xanthoria panetina and Ramalina duriaei in Israel showed that environments with air pollution had no damaging effectson X. panetina, whereas R. duriaei had disappeared from polluted environments: physiological studies supported this relative sensitivity. Investigations of possible defence mechanisms protecting X. parietina from the damaging effects of air pollution showed a multitude of possible protective systems. These included constitutive avoidance such … EndNote Read more... 

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