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Kürschner H. (1986): The subalpine thorn-cushion formations of western South-West Asia: ecology, structure and zonation - Proceedings Royal Soc. Edinburgh, 89B: 169-179

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Oxner A. M. (1940): Lišajniki basejnu rik Indikirki, Jani, Leni i pivdennovo Pribajkalia 2 - Botaničnij žurnal AN URSR, 2(3-4): 31-57

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Guttová A. (1997): Príspevok k poznaniu lichenizovaných askomycét slovenskej časti Východných Karpát - Bull. Slov. Bot. Spoločn., 19: 78-83

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Pišút I. (1997): Zaujímavejšie nálezy lišajníkov zo Slovenska 4 - Bull. Slov. Bot. Spoločn., 19: 68-71

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Lackovičová A. (1997): Aktuálny výskyt lišajníkov v Národnej prírodnej rezervácii Šúr - Bull. Slov. Bot. Spoločn., 19: 71-77

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Christensen S.N., Pišút I. & Sipman H.J.M. (1997): New and noteworthy lichen records from the Ionian island of Kerkira (Corfu), Greece - Willdenowia, 27: 265-272

Thirty-six lichen taxa are reported from Kerkira. Of these, nine taxa are new to Greece, namely Anthracocarpon virescens, Bactrospora patellarioides var. convexa, Gyalecta derivata, G. truncigena, Lecania koerberiana, Leptogium subtile, Opegrapha vulgata, Parmelia subrudecta, and Phaeophyscia hirsuta, and twelve taxa are new to Kerkira. EndNote Read more... 

793
Egan R. S. (1987): A Fifth Checklist of the Lichen-Forming, Lichenicolous and Allied Fungi of the Continental United States and Canada - Bryologist, 90(2): 77-173

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Fries M. & Waldheim S. (1955): Ytterligare lokaler för den nordliga busklaven Cetraria delisei vid dess södra utbredningsgräns - Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift, 49(1–2): 348–349

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Almborn O. (1955): Contributions to a monograph of the lichen genus Pertusaria. I - Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift, 49(1–2): 181–190

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790
Degelius G. (1955): Studies in the lichen family Collemataceae. I. Physma omphalarioides (Anzi) Arn. in Norway, new to northern Europe - Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift, 49(1–2): 136–142

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