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Harada H. & Wang L.-S. (2006): Taxonomic study on the freshwater species of Verrucariaceae (lichenized Ascomycota) of Yunnan, China (3). Genus Thelidium - Lichenology, 5(1): 23-30

Freshwater or semi-freshwater species of Thelidium from Yunnan, China were taxonornically examined: T. luchunense sp. nov. and T. sinense sp. nov. are newly described, and T. minutulum is reported for the first time from China. Descriptions ant) illustrations are provided, as well as a key to the freshwater and semi-freshwater species of Thelidium from Yunnan. aquatic, China, lichens, Thelidium, Verrucariaceae, Yunnan EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. & Wang L.-S. (2006): Taxonomic Study on the Freshwater Species of Verrucariaceae (Lichenized Ascomycota) of Yunnan, China (2). Genus Staurothele - Lichenology, 5(1): 13-22

Three freshwater or semi-freshwater species of Staurotheie were collected in Yunnan, China. Stuurotbele honghensis H.Harada & Li S.Wang is newly described, and S. iwatsukii H.Harada is reported from China for the fist time. aquatic, China, lichens, Stsumthele, Verrucariaceae, Yunnan EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. (2008): Gyalideopsis chibaensis (lichenized Ascomycota, Gomphillaceae), a new gyalectoid lichen from central Japan - Lichenology, 7(1): 25-29

Gyalideopsis chibaensis H.Harada in the family Gomphillaceae is described as new from a warm- temperate forest in Chiba ken, central Japan. It is characterized by brownish sessile apothecia, relatively small, submuriform ascospores, setiform hyphophores, smooth thallus lacking calcium oxalate crystals, and corticolous habit. Gyalideopsis, hyphophore, lichens, new species, taxonomy EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. (2008): Taxonomic notes on pyrenocarpous lichens in Japan (5). Further notes on Pyrenula concatervans and P. tokyensis - Lichenology, 7(2): 169-172

Pyrenula concatervans, P. tokyensis EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H., Kinoshita Y. & Sato H. (2007): Dibaeis sorediata (lichenized Ascomycota, Icmadophilaceae) as new for Japan - Lichenology, 6(1): 11-14

Dibaeis sorediata, Japan EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. & Yamamoto I. (2007): Mazaediothecium mohamedii (Lichenized Ascomycota, Pyrenulaceae), a New Pyrenocarpous Lichen from Peninsular Malaysia - Lichenology, 6(2): 135-139

Mazaediothecium mohamedii H.Harada & Yoshik.Yamam. in the family Pyrenulaceae is described as new from a tropical rain forest in Peninsular Malaysia. It differs from the most closely related species, M. album from Costa Rica, by a prominent involucrellum, well-developed periphyses and brown ascospores. It was found growing on a hardwood trunk at the edge of a lowland forest. Pyrenulales, lichens, Malaysia, new species, lichexanthone, taxonomy EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. & Wang L.-S. (2004): Taxonomic study on the freshwater species of Verrucariaceae (lichenized Ascomycota) of Yunnan. China (1). Thelidium yunnanum sp. nov - Lichenology, 3(2): 47-50

Thelidium yunnanum, China EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H. & Yoshimura I. (2005): Taxonomic study on calcicolous lichens of Japan (1). Gyalecta kibiensis sp. nov. - Lichenology, 4(1): 13-16

Gyalecta kibiensis is described as new From Okayama-ken, western Japan as the second member of this genus in Japan. It most resembles Gyalecta japonica from central Japan and G. alutacea from Yunnan, southern China In having ascospores with flagellum-like appendage. lichens, new species, taxonomy, Gyalecta, Japan EndNote Read more... 

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Harada H., Degawa Y. & Kawana T. (2005): New localities and habitats of Gyalecta japonica (lichenized Ascomycota, Gyalectaceae) in central Japan - Lichenology, 4(1): 17-24

Gyalecta japonica, previously known only from the type locality in Zushi-shi, Kanagawa-ken, was newly found in Kamakura-shi, Kanagawa-ken and Futtsu-shi, Chiba-ken, both in central Japan. It grows on various kinds of rocks such as tuffaceous conglomerate, tuffaceous sandstone, sandstone rocks, beach rocks and also on concrete. The substrata seem to be more or less calcareous EndNote Read more... 

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Suto Y. & Ohtani S. (2005): Taxonomic study on foliicolous lichens of the genus Porina (lichenized Ascomycota, Strigulaceae) from Shimane-ken, western Japan - Lichenology, 4(1): 17-24

Porina nitidula, P. semecarpi, P. thujopsicola EndNote Read more... 

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