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Wind as a Long-Distance Dispersal Vehicle in the Southern Hemisphere
A stronger correlation of floristic similarities with wind connectivity than with geographic proximities supports the idea that wind is a dispersal vehicle for many organisms in the Southern Hemisphere. Expand
A multigene phylogenetic synthesis for the class Lecanoromycetes (Ascomycota): 1307 fungi representing 1139 infrageneric taxa, 317 genera and 66 families.
A multigene phylogenetic synthesis of the Lecanoromycetes based on 642 newly generated and 3329 publicly available sequences revealing relatively stable relationships for many families and orders is provided. Expand
Distribution patterns in the genus Peltigera Willd
A hierarchical clustering approach, used to identify clusters of species with similar distribution patterns (floristic elements), resolved four groups made up of Neotropical, Southern Hemisphere, Antarctic and mainly Holarctic species. Expand
Climax epiphytic communities in Mediterranean Spain
The results indicate two clusters that can be easily related to two different alliances: Lobarion pulmonariae (Nephrometum resupinati) and Pterogonio gracile-Antitrichion californicae ( Antitrichietum califORNicae). Expand
Insight into the Cladonia convoluta-C. foliacea (Cladoniaceae, Ascomycota) complex and related species, revealed through morphological, biochemical and phylogenetic analyses
Molecular, chemical and morphological characters and phylogenetic analyses gave evidence to delimit two taxa in the C. convoluta/C. Expand
Species delimitation in Cladonia (Ascomycota): a challenge to the DNA barcoding philosophy
The loci IGS rDNA, ef1α, rpb2 and cox1 were studied to find other markers that, in combination with the ITS rDNA region, can be used for species identification in Cladonia. Expand
Species delimitations in the Cladonia cariosa group (Cladoniaceae, Ascomycota)
The results show that the C. cariosa group consists of at least four phylogenetic lineages, and it is shown that each of these lineages is chemically variable, which restricts the taxonomic value of the chemical differences within the group. Expand