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Skyten R. (1993): Ramalina elegans, new to Sweden and Norway - Graphis Scripta, 5(2): 93-95

Ramalina elegans (Bagl. & Carestia) Jatta is reported from eight provinces in central and eastern Sweden and in one province in southeastern Norway. The lichen contains sekikaic and homosekikaic acids. EndNote Read more... 

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Skult H. (1993): Notes on the status of Parmelia delisei versus P. pulla and their distribution in Finland - Graphis Scripta, 5(2): 87-91

The chemistry and distribution of these taxa in Finland were studied. The author interprets P. delisei as a variety of P. pulla EndNote Read more... 

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Degelius G. (1993): Sten Ahlner (1905-1991): in memoriam - Graphis Scripta, 5(2): 117-120

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Alstrup V. (1993): News on lichens and lichenicolous fungi from the Nordic countries - Graphis Scripta, 5(2): 96-104

The new species Arthonia aggregata, Chionosphaera lichenicola, Lecanora polysphaeridia, Nigropuncta groenlandica, Sclerococcum verrucisporum, Stigmidium microcarpum, Vouaxiella caloplacae and Zwackhiomyces physciicola are described. Further 10 species are new to Greenland, one is new to Finland, and 11 are new to Denmark. A sorediate form of Stereocaulon saxatile and a yellow form of Lecanora dispersa are described, and Collema bachmannianum, Mycobilimbia fusca and Taeniolella cladinicola are reported … EndNote Read more... 

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Ahti T. (1993): Rainar Hakulinen (1918-1991), a link in the Finnish tradition of lichenology - Graphis Scripta, 5(2): 121-124

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Sparrius L.B., Aptroot A. & van Herk K. (2007): Diversity and ecology of lichens on churches in the Netherlands - Nova Hedwigia, 85: 299-316

This study presents the results of an inventory of lichen species on the walls of 344 medieval and renaissance churches in the Netherlands. In total, 194 species were recorded, of which several are more or less confined to this habitat in the country. We found several regional differences in species composition: 1. Churches in the Southwest are characterized by soft-limestone inhabiting species such as Opegrapha rupestris and Verrucaria calciseda; 2. Churches in the Rhine-Meuse- IJssel valleys … EndNote Read more... 

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Pérez-Ortega, S. & Spribille T. (2007): Bellemerella ritae sp. nov. (Verrucariaceae), a new lichenicolous ascomycete from northwest North America - Nova Hedwigia, 85: 515-520

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Llop E., Ekman S. & Hladun N.L. (2007): Bacidia thyrrenica (Ramalinaceae, lichenized Ascomycota), a new species from the Mediterranean region, and a comparison of European members of the Bacidia rubella group - Nova Hedwigia , 85: 445-455

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Hauer T. (2007): Rock-inhabiting cyanoprokaryota from South Bohemia (Czech Republic) - Nova Hedwigia, 85: 379-392

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Halıcı M.G., Hawksworth D.L. & Aksoy A. (2007): New and interesting lichenicolous fungi records from Turkey - Nova Hedwigia, 85(3-4): 393-401

Twenty-four lichenicolous fungi are reported from Turkey, of which 12 are first records for the country. Full details of the host lichens and collection sites are provided together with notes on the hosts and characters of the fungi where these are new or extend information about the species. Key words: Ascomycota, conidial fungi, lichens. EndNote Read more... 

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