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Myllys L. (1994): Usnea glabrata (lichenized Ascomycotina) in East Fennoscandia - Acta Bot. Fennica, 150: 125-130

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Merrill G.K. (1909): Lichenes Exsiccati - Bryologist, 12:112

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Jónsdóttir I.S., Magnússon B., Gudmundsson J., Elmarsdóttir Á. & Hjartarson H. (2005): Variable sensitivity of plant communities in Iceland to experimental warming - Global Change Biology, 11: 553-563

Facing an increased threat of rapid climate change in cold-climate regions, it is important to understand the sensitivity of plant communities both in terms of degree and direction of community change. We studied responses to 3–5 years of moderate experimental warming by open-top chambers in two widespread but contrasting tundra communities in Iceland. In a species-poor and nutrient-deficient moss heath, dominated by Racomitrium lanuginosum, mean daily air temperatures at surface were 1–2 … EndNote Read more... 

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Krog H. (1994): Typification and interpretation of Ramalina arabum - Acta Bot. Fennica, 150: 99-104

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Kondratyuk S. Y., Galloway D. & Hawksworth D. L. (1994): Unguiculariopsis ahtii, and some other new lichenicolous fungi from Pseudocyphellaria - Acta Bot. Fennica, 150: 93-97

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Kashiwadani H. & Nash III. T. H. (1994): New or noteworthy species of the genus Ramalina (lichens) from northern Mexico - Acta Bot. Fennica, 150: 87-92

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Kärnefelt I., Thell A., Randlane T. & Saag A. (1994): The genus Flavocetraria Kärnefelt & Thell (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycotina) and its affinities - Acta Bot. Fennica, 150: 79-86

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Jørgensen P.M. & Goward T. (1994): Two new Leptogium species from western North America - Acta Botanica Fennica, 150: 75-78

Two distinctive species of Leptogium (lichenized Ascomycotina, Collemataceae) are described. L. polycarpum P.M.Jørg. & Goward from humid coastal regions has 4-spored asci and bears copious small apothecia all over its upper surface. L. subaridum P.M.Jørg. & Goward from semi-arid intermontane regions of southern British Columbia and northern Washington is easily recognized by its shiny, thick, isidia and special ecology. EndNote Read more... 

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Henssen A. (1994): Contribution to the morphology and species delimitation in Heppia sensu stricto (lichenized Ascomycotina) - Acta Bot. Fennica, 150: 57-73

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Hawksworth D. L. & Antienza V. (1994): The lichenicolous fungi described by Veli Räsänen - Acta Bot. Fennica, 150: 47-55

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