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Wetmore C. M. (1970): The lichen family Heppiaceae in North America - Ann. Missouri Bot. Gard., 57: 158-209

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McCarthy P. M. & Mitchell M. E. (1985): New lichen records from the Burren and the Aran Islands (H9) - Ir. Nat. J., 21(12): 521-523

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McCarthy P. M. (1984): Two continental european lichens in the west of Ireland - Ir. Nat. J., 21(8): 341-342

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Scannell M.J.P. (1983): Vezdaea leprosa (P. James) Vezda, a lichen new to Ireland - Ir. Nat. J., 21(4): 178-179

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Hale M.E., Jr. (1987): A monograph of the lichen genus Parmelia Acharius sensu stricto (Ascomycotina: Parmeliaceae) - Smithsonians Contributions to Botany, 66: 1-55

The 38 species of Parmelia Acharius sensu stricto are revised at the world level. The genus is characterized by punctate or effigurate pseudocyphellae, a black lower surface with simple, furcate or squarrose rhizines, simple hyaline spores, and cylindrical to weakly bifusiform conidia. The most frequent secondary metabolites are salazinic acid and protocetraric acid. Parmelia is an extremely conservative genus, most common in temperate-boreal and austral regions, with a low level of vegetative … EndNote Read more... 

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Hale M.E., Jr. (1976): A monograph of the lichen genus Parmelina Hale (Parmeliaceae) - Smithsonians Contributions to Botany, 33: 1-60

The 47 species of Parmelina are revised on the world level. Two sections are recognized: section Parmelzna with 30 species widely distributed in temperate to tropical montane regions and section Myelochroa with 17 terpenecontaining species concentrated in eastern and southern Asia. The genus is most closely related to Parmotrema Massalongo. Five new species, P. crassata Hale, P. degelii Hale P. indica Hale, P. rhytidodes Hale, and P. schindleri Hale, are described, and six new combinations … EndNote Read more... 

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Wedin M. (1995): The lichen family Sphaerophoraceae (Caliciales, Ascomycotina) in temperate areas of the southern hemisphere - Symb. Bot. Ups., 31(1): 1-102

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Hale M.E., Jr. (1976): A monograph of the lichen genus Bulbothrix Hale (Parmeliaceae) - Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, 32: 1-29

A world-level revision is given for the 29 species of Bulbothrix, a generic segregate of Parmelia characterized by marginal bulbate cilia and production of atranorin in the upper cortex. The genus is primarily tropical in distribution and best developed in secondary forests. The main center of speciation is Brazil with 14 species, and the genus is also well represented in Africa. The New World species have a high frequency of depsides and orcinol depsidones, whereas the Old World species usually … EndNote Read more... 

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Moberg R. (1995): The lichen genus Phaeophyscia in China and Russian Far East - Nord. J. Bot., 15: 319-335

Fifteen species, more than half of the total known species in the lichen genus ophyscia, are shown to be present in China and Russian Far East. Morphology, anatomy, chemistry, distribution, habitat, relations to other taxa and some evolutionary trends are discussed. A key to the species is presented and regional distribution maps of all species are given. Several species are new to the area. New combinations are: Phaeophyscia endococcina var. endococcinodes and Phaeophyscia hispidula var. omatula. … EndNote Read more... 

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Fries T.M. (1857): De Stereocaulis et Pilophoris Commentatio - Wahlström, Upsaliae, 42 p

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