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Schneider G. (1979): Die Flechtengattung Psora sensu Zahlbruckner - Bibl. Lichenol., 13: 1-309

This contribution considers all taxa included in the genus Psora by ZAHLBRUCKNER in his Catalogus Lichenum Universalis as well as those subsequently newly described or transferred to the genus. The general part gives a comparative account of the features of the morphology and anatomy of the species, and assesses the importance of these characters in the basic systematica of the genus. In the structure of the thallus the structure of the cortex arrangement of the algae and the presence and form of … EndNote Read more... 

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Horynová J. (1976): Mechorosty Orlických hor - , 113 p.

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Lackovičová A. (1996): Červené zoznamy flóry a fauny Národnej prírodnej rezervácie Šúr - lišajníky - , 32p.,

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Liška J. (1997): Počet bioindikačních druhů lišejníků jako měřítko kvality ovzduší - Příroda, 10: 7-14

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Pišút I. & Guttová A. (1997): A few rare or overlooked lichenized ascomycetes from Slovakia - Biologia, 52/4: 459-498

An information on new localities of several rare or overlooked lichenized fungi in Slovakia is given. Three species (Bacidina chloroticula, Bacidina delicata, Gonohymenia schleicheri) are referred as new records for Slovakia here; Parmelia flaventior, missing since 1933, was found in Pieniny Mts. Some critically endangered lichenized ascomycetes (e.g. Normandina pulchella, Thelotrema lepadinum, Parmelia pastillifera, Arthonia leucopellaea) or overlooked species (e.g. Dirina stenhammari, Biatora vernalis, … EndNote Read more... 

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Pišút I. (1997): Application of some epiphytic lichens for environmental valorisation of mountain forests in Slovakia - Biologia, 52/1: 23-26

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Pišút I. (1997): Changes in the epiphytic lichen flora of Slovakia - Bibl. Lichenol., 67: 289-295

No more than 200 epiphytic lichen species of the total 423 known in Slovakia are assumed to occur at present. A small group of acidophilous and nitrophilous species is spreading. Probably only 15-20 per cent of the local epiphytic flora is prospering, and the majority is more or less endangered. The decrease or increase of some species is shown here on 9 maps. In the near future the invasion of acidophilous lichens will probably decline and less sensitive epiphytes may return to their former abundance … EndNote Read more... 

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Svrček M. (1956): Lichenologické příspěvky z Povltaví a středních Čech - Čas. Nár. Mus., sect. natur., Praha, 125: 186-192

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Pišút I., Lackovičová A. & Lisická E. (1996): A Second Checklist and Bibliography of Slovak Lichens - Biológia, 51/suppl.3: 1-80

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Рассадина К.А. [Rassadina K.A.] (1936): Лихенологический очерк Байкальских берегов // Lichenologičeskij očerk Bajkalskich beregov - Труды Ботанического Института Академии Наук СССР. Сер. II / Acta Inst. Bot. Acad. Scient. USSR, Ser. 2, 3: 625-662

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