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Harada H. (1993): Taxonomic notes on the lichen family Verrucariaceae in Japan (IV). Verrucaria minuscula sp. nov. - Hikobia, 11: 231-233

Verrucaria minuscula, Japan EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. (1992): Taxonomic notes on the lichen family Verrucariaceae in Japan (II). Thelidium minimum in Japan - Hikobia, 11: 205-209

Thelidium minimum (Massal. ex Nyl.) Arn. has been reported only once from Japan (Nylander 1890), originally as Verrucaria minima Massal. The original specimen studied by Nylander has been examined. Although it is very fragmentary material, the lichen can be easily distinguished from Thelidium minimum (Massal. ex Nyl.) Arn. in the morphology of the thallus and perithecia, and also the habitat. It is doubted whether the Japanese material belongs to the genus Thelidium. Thelidium minimum (Massal. ex … EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. (2011): On freshwater species of lichens in Japan - Lichenology, 9(2): 59-62

Ionaspis lacustris, Ephebe japonica, Lichinella hondana, Thyrea asahinae, Peltula japonica, Cyanopyrenia japonica, Strigula aquatica, Dermatocarpon miniatum, Endocarpon japonicum, Psoroglaena japonica, Staurothele iwatsukii, Verrucaria nipponica, V. rheitrophila, Collemopsidium japonicum EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. (2011): Coccotrema pocillarium (lichenized Ascomycota, Coccotremataceae) occurs in Japan. - Lichenology, 9(2): 39-43

Coccotrema pocillarium (Cummings) Brodo Is reported as new for Asia. Et was found growing on the trunk of evergreen conifer, Abies veitchii in Abies veitchii-forest, 2100 m elev., on the northern side of Mt. Fuji, central Japan. This species is readily distinguished from the previously known two species of this genus from Japan by having soralia, whereas C. porinopsis {Nyl.) Imshaug ex Yoshim. is isidiate, and C. cucurbitula (Mont.) Muil.Arg. lacks any vegetative propagule EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. (2010): Leptogium tchibanense (lichenized Ascomycota, Collemataceae), a new small cyanolichen from central Japan - Lichenology, 9(1): 19-22

Leptogium chibaense H.Harada in the family Collemataceae is described as new from a warm- temperate forest in Chiba-ken, central Japan. This species is closely related to /.. subtile, but the thallus consists of linear lobes with very dark grey dorsal surface, and the cortices are thinner (5 - 10 |.im). It differs ecologically by growing on rocks In the warm-temperate zone. Leptogium, lichens, new species, taxonomy EndNote Read more... 

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Sakata A. & Harada H. (2010): Contributions Lo the Lichen Flora of the Mariana Islands, Micronesia (4). Genus Cresponea (Roccellaceae) - Lichenology, 9(1): 23-26

Oesponea flavcscens (Vain.) Egeti & Torrents is reported from the northern Mariana Islands, Micronesia. This species, previously known only from Mozambique, Africa, is new for Oceania. A detailed description and figure are provided based on tin: Specimens from the Marianas. Cresponea, lichens, morphology, taxonomy EndNote Read more... 

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Sakata A. & Harada H. (2009): Cresponea (lichenized Ascomycota, Roccellaceae) of Japan - Lichenology, 8(2): 91-115

The taxonomy of the lichen genus Cresponea in Japan was examined, and three species are recognized. Cresponea japonica A.Sakata 8. H.Harada sp. nov. is described as new based on specimens growing on trunks of Ginkgo biloba and Podocarpus macrophyllus from Chiba-ken and Shizuoka-ken, on the Pacific side of central Japan. It is characterized by pruina spreading from the disc towards the top of the apothecial margin, a low hymenium (38 - 5B um high), dark brown epithecium, colorless hymenium and subhymenium, … EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. & Sato H. (2008): Contributions to the lichen flora of the Yambaru area, Okinawa, Ryukyu Is., south-western Japan (1). Genus Porina - Lichenology, 7(2): 131-142

Corticalous species of the lichen genus Porina (Porinaceae) in the Yambaru (or Yanbaru) area, Okinawa I., Japan were investigated, and six species were recognized: P. eminentior, P. farinosa, P. internigrans, P. mastoidea, P. tetracerae and P. Yambaruensis H. Harsda sp. nov. Descriptions and illustrations are provided for each species based on specimens from the Yambaru area. Asia, Japan, corticolous, lichens, Porina EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. & Wang L.-S. (2008): Taxonomic Study on the Freshwater Species of Verrucariaceae (Lichenized Ascomycota) of Yunnan, China (4). Genus Verrucaria - Lichenology, 7(1): 1-24

The taxonomy of aquatic or semi-aquatic freshwater species of Verrucaria from Yunnan, China was investigated. The following four species are described as new: V. honghensis, V. gongshanensis, V. luchunensis, and V. nujiangensis. Seven additional species are reported: Verrucaria aethiobola, V. aquatilis, V. funckii, V. hydrela, V. latebrosa, V. praetermissa and V. rheitrophila. Descriptions, illustrations and a key to species are provided. aquatic, China, lichens, … EndNote Read more... 

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Kinoshita Y. & Harada H. (2008): Baeomyces "botryophorus" found on Mts. Tanzawa, central Japan - Lichenology, 7(2): 173-178

A specimen of Baeomyces having botryoform apothecia was collected at 1300 m elev. on Mt. Tanzawa of Mts. Tanzawa, central Japan in 2006. It resembles B. placophyllus in morphology of the thallus, but the apothecia are similar to those of 8. botryophorus Zahlbr. previously known from the type locality in Taiwan and a few localities in central to western Japan. Chemical analysis by TLC revealed the presence of stlcttc acid, norstictic acid (trace) and constictic acid (trace) in the specimen in question … EndNote Read more... 

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