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Kuťák V. (1926): Příspěvek k lichenologii Krkonoš. - Preslia, 4: 20-29

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Kuťák V. (1914): Výsledky výzkumu lišejníkové květeny východních a severovýchodních Čech v letech 1908-1913 - In: Panýrek D. (red.), Věstník V. sjezdu českých přírodozpytcův a lékařů v Praze, p. 334-335, Praha

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Kuťák V. (1911): Druhý příspěvek ku květeně českých lišejníkův - Věstn. Klub. Přírod. Prostějov, 14: 55-74

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Kuťák V. (1910): První příspěvek ku květeně českých lišejníkův - Věstn. Klub. přírod. Prostějov, 12[1909]: 179-202

Lecidea chrysella Eitner sp. nov. EndNote Read more... 

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Kuťák V. (1952): Lišejníky v Krkonoších. - Čas. Nár. Muzea, Praha, 121: 106-116

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John V. (2003): Forschung am Pfalzmuseum internationaler Tragweite: Flechten nach wie vor im Blickpunkt des Interesses - Pollichia, 19(3): 37-38

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Krog H. & Østhagen H. (1980): The genus Ramalina in the Canary Islands - Norwegian Journal Botany, 27: 255-296

Twenty-nine species of Ramalina are rerorded from the Canary Islands. Their anatomy, chemistry, ecology, and distribution are discussed and a key to them is provided. Ramalina cupularis Krog & P.James, R. deminuta Krog & Østh., R. ramulosa Krog & Østh., and R. hierensis Krog & Østh. are described as new. Alectoria glauca Steiner ex Bystrek is reduced to synonymy with Ramalina chondrina Steiner, Ramalina aulota Stirton with R. subgeniculata Nyl. Ramalina clementeana Llim. & R.G. Werner with R. … EndNote Read more... 

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Obermayer W. (2003): Lichenotheca Graecensis, Fasc. 12 & 13 (Nos 221-260) - Fritschiana, 43: 1-12

Fascicles 12 & 13 of Lichenotheca Graecensis comprise 40 collections of lichens from the following countries (and administrative subdivisions): Austria (Carinthia; Lower Austria; Salzburg; Styria), Croatia (Rab Island), Germany (Bavaria), Greece (Kos Island), Italia (Trentino-Alto Adige), Portugal (Madeira), Russia (Buryatia; Krasnoyarsk; Tatarstan), Spain (Canary Islands), Uruguay (Florida; Rocha), and United States of America (Alaska). TLC-analyses were carried out for Chrysothrix candelaris, Ch. … EndNote Read more... 

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Knops J.M.H., Nash III T.H., Boucher V.L. & Schlesinger W.H (1991): Mineral cycling and epiphytic lichens: implications at the ecosystem level - Lichenologist, 23(3): 309-321

The nutrient contribution of lichens as litterfall in forests is discussed for a number of different ecosystems and it is hypothesized that lichens are important in capturing nutrients from wet deposition, occult precipitation, sedimentation, impaction and gaseous uptake. Most nutrients captured by these processes represent new nutrient inputs that would otherwise not be intercepted by the ecosystem. Part of these nutrients will be incorporated into lichen biomass and only become available upon death … EndNote Read more... 

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Klement O. (1965): Zur Kenntnis der Flechtenvegetation der Kanarischen Inseln - Nova Hedwigia, 9: 503-582

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