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The lichens of Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park, Florida: Proceedings from the 18th Tuckerman Workshop
Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park is located in Collier County at the extreme southwestern corner of Florida, close to Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve. The 18thExpand
The lichen genus Graphis (Graphidaceae) in Everglades National Park (Florida)
Abstract In this paper we reassess 482 collections of the lichen genus Graphis from Everglades National Park using the recent world key of Lücking and co-workers as the principal reference. We reportExpand
Caloplaca lecanorae (Teloschistaceae), a new lichenicolous lichen and several additions to the North American lichenized mycota from Everglades National Park
Abstract We report the results of recently investigated collections from Everglades National Park and Biscayne National Park that have yielded several new additions to the North American lichenExpand
New additions to the lichen genus Enterographa (Roccellaceae) from Everglades National Park including an updated world key
Abstract During 2010–12 collecting seasons, we visited 27 islands, locally called keys, in Florida Bay within the boundaries of Everglades National Park for the purpose of investigating their lichenExpand
Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History
Three new Stirtonia from Everglades National Park with a key to neotropical species
Abstract Stirtonia byssoidea, S. coei and S. latispora, all from coastal hammocks within Everglades National Park, are described as new to science. Stirtonia byssoidea is characterized by a feltyExpand
Three new Opegrapha species (Roccellaceae, Arthoniales) and several additions to the North American lichen mycota from Everglades National Park
Abstract. Opegrapha gyrophorica, O. keyensis and O. protocetrarica, all containing secondary metabolites, are described as new to science from Everglades National Park, Florida, U.S.A. A key isExpand
Four new species and sixteen new lichen records for North America from Everglades National Park
Abstract Our continuing investigation of lichen collections within Everglades National Park have revealed four new species to science, Cryptothecia fuscopunctata, Diorygma basinigrum, HerpothallonExpand
Lichen Diversity on an Arborescent Runner Oak (Quercus pumila) in South Florida, USA
Abstract. Lichens from an unusually large, arborescent runner oak (Quercus pumila) from Miami-Dade County, Florida, were collected and inventoried. A total of 56 lichen species and one lichenicolousExpand
Rediscovery of Cladonia cinerella Ahti (Cladoniaceae) in Everglades National Park
Abstract Although Cladonia cinerella Ahti does not appear on the North American checklist of lichens and lichenicolous fungi, it was collected once from the Everglades of Florida in 1909. Ironically,Expand