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Kurokawa S. (1994): Japanese species of Parmelia Ach. (sens. str.), Parmeliaceae 3 - J. Jpn. Bot., 69: 204-213

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Kurokawa S. (1994): Japanese species of Parmelia Ach. (sens. str.), Parmeliaceae 2 - J. Jpn. Bot., 69: 121-126

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Kantvilas G. & Jarman J. (1993): The cryptogamic flora of an isolated rainforest fragment in Tasmania - Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society, 111: 211-228

The cryptogamic flora of a small isolated natural fragment of rainforest in south-eastern Tasmania has retained its rainforest character but has been modified in comparison to the flora of large, well-buffered rainforest stands. There is a high proportion of widespread wet forest species and many typical rainforest lichens and bryophytes are absent or represented only by depauperate and/or sterile individuals. The relative proportions of hepatics to mosses is reversed compared with that normally … EndNote Read more... 

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Kappelle M. & Sipman H. J. M. (1992): Foliose and fruticose lichens of Talamanca montane Quercus forests, Costa Rica - Brenesia, 37: 51-58

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Egea J.M., Sérusiaux E., Torrente P. & Wessels D. (1997): Three new species of Opegraphaceae (lichens) from the Namib desert - Mycotaxon, 61: 455-466

Bactrospora namibiensis sp. nov., Lecanographa longicarpa sp. nov., L. tehleri sp. nov. EndNote Read more... 

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Ulloa M. & Hanlin R.T. (2000): Illustrated Dictionary of mycology - American Phytopathological Society, St. Paul, Minnesota, 448 pp

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Riefner R. E., Bowler P. A., Marsh J. & Nash III. T. H. (1995): Niebla tuberculata (Ramalinaceae): a new lichen from California - Mycotaxon, 54: 397-401

Niebla tuberculata sp. nov., is a saxicolous species known only from San Luis Obispo Co. EndNote Read more... 

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Lumbsch H. T. (1989): Die Holarktischen Vertreter der Flechtengattung Diploschistes (Thelotremataceae) - Journ. Hattori Bot. Lab., 66: 133-196

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Brako L. (1989): Reevaluation of the genus Phyllopsora with taxonomic notes and introduction of Squamacidia, gen. nov. - Mycotaxon, 35(1): 1-19

Squamacidia gen. nov., S. janeirensis (Mull. Arg.) comb. nov., S. janeirensis var. endococcinea (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., Phyllopsora buettneri (Mull. Arg.) Zahlbr. var. glauca (B. de Lesd.) comb. nov., P. buettneri (Mull. Arg.) Zahlbr. var. munda (Malme) comb. et stat. nov., P. canoumbrina (Vainio) comb. nov., P. corallina (Eschw.) Mull. Arg. var. glaucella (Vainio) comb. nov., P. corallina (Eschw.) Mull. Arg. var. ochroxantha (Nyl.) comb. et stat. nov., P. corallina (Eschw.) Mull. Arg. var. phaeobyssina … EndNote Read more... 

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Brodo I. (1995): Notes on the lichen genus Placopsis (Ascomycotina, Trapeliaceae) in North America - Bibl. Lichenol., 57: 59-70

Placopsis is represented by three species in North America: P. gelida, P. cribellans and a new species found principally on the Queen Charlotte Islands, B. C. The new species, named here as P. roseonigra, is characterized by a non-lobate, dispersed areolate thallus developing on a paracephalodium-like bed of cyanobacteria (Stigonema). Its apothecial and ascal features clearly place it into the Trapeliaceae, but its generic position is less clear since it shares some characteristics of Placopsis and … EndNote Read more... 

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