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Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region
Thallus epilithic, deeply areolate, pale to medium greenish grey to grey-brown, matt, ±smooth, 80–120 μm thick, corticate; areolae plane to slightly convex, 0.1–0.6 mm wide; side walls of areolaeExpand
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Do lichens domesticate photobionts like farmers domesticate crops? Evidence from a previously unrecognized lineage of filamentous cyanobacteria.
Phylogenetic diversity of lichen photobionts is low compared to that of fungal counterparts. Most lichen fungi are thought to be associated with just four photobiont genera, among them theExpand
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High concentration of basidiolichens in a single family of agaricoid mushrooms (Basidiomycota: Agaricales: Hygrophoraceae).
The Agaricales is the largest and most diverse order of mushroom-forming Basidiomycota, with over 100 natural groups recognized in recent Fungal Tree of Life studies. Most agarics are eitherExpand
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Phylogenetic generic classification of parmelioid lichens (Parmeliaceae,Ascomycota) based on molecular, morphological and chemical evidence.
Parmelioid lichens are a diverse and ubiquitous group of foliose lichens. Generic delimitation in parmelioid lichens has been in a state of flux since the late 1960s with the segregation of theExpand
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A single macrolichen constitutes hundreds of unrecognized species
Significance Macrolichens are considered to be well known, including the tropical montane basidiolichen fungus Dictyonema glabratum, also known as Cora pavonia, an important component of threatenedExpand
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Anatomy of the endolithic Sonoran Desert lichen Verrucaria rubrocincta Breuss: implications for biodeterioration and biomineralization
The anatomy of the endolithic, calcicolous lichen Verrucaria rubrocincta Breuss is described using optical and scanning electron microscopy. This lichen is locally abundant in caliche plates of openExpand
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Leprose and leproid lichens of the Galapagos, with a particular focus on Lepraria (Stereocaulaceae) and Septotrapelia (Pilocarpaceae)
As part of an ongoing species inventory for the Galapagos Archipelago, sterile leprose and leproid lichens have been revised. Differences between leprose vs. leproid growth forms are discussed in theExpand
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The Genus Buellia Sensu Lato in the Greater Sonoran Desert Region: Saxicolous Species with One-septate Ascospores Containing Xanthones
Abstract Six species of saxicolous Buellia s.l. containing xanthones are reported from the Greater Sonoran Desert Region: Buellia concinna, B. halonia, B. mamillana, B. prospersa, B. subaethalea, andExpand
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Angiactis, a New Crustose Lichen Genus in The Roccellaceae, with Species from Bermuda, The Galápagos Islands and Australia
Abstract The new genus Angiactis Aptroot & Sparrius is described, with three species, A. bermudensis LaGreca sp. nov. from Bermuda, A. littoralis (Kantvilas) Aptroot & Sparrius comb. nov. fromExpand
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The Buellia aethalea-Group in the Greater Sonoran Desert Region with Reference to Similar Species in North America
Abstract Species related to Buellia aethalea have been examined from the Greater Sonoran Desert Region. In the region, B. aethalea s.str. is a rare montane species. A similar, subalpine species is B.Expand
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