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A review of the lichen family Parmeliaceae - history, phylogeny and current taxonomy.
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The largest family of lichen-forming fungi, the Parmeliaceae, is reviewed and it is shown to be monophyletic and the generic classification is relatively well-settled compared with other lecanoralean families.
Monophyletic groups within the Parmeliaceae identified by ITS rDNA, β-tubulin and GAPDH sequences
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Phylogenetic relationships within the Parmeliaceae are analysed cladistically on the basis of DNA characters from partial β-tubulin, partial glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase (GAPDH) and ITS sequences to identify eight monophyletic groups.
A phylogenetic analysis of xanthorioid lichens (Teloschistaceae, Ascomycota) based on ITS and mtSSU sequences
A phylogenetic analysis of xanthorioid lichens of the lichen family Teloschistaceae, based on ITS rDNA and mtSSU sequences, is presented. The data set includes 201 specimens representing 50 species,
One hundred new species of lichenized fungi : a signature of undiscovered global diversity
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A total of 100 new species of lichenized fungi are described, representing a wide taxonomic and geographic range, and emphasizing the dire need for taxonomic expertise in lichenology.
Revision of Xanthomendoza (Teloschistaceae, Lecanorales) based on morphology, anatomy, secondary metabolites and molecular data.
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A molecular analysis based on ITS of nuclear rDNA strongly supports the monophyly of the X. ulophyllodes group including the monotypic genus Xanthomendoza.
Phylogeny of cetrarioid lichens (Parmeliaceae) inferred from ITS and b-tubulin sequences, morphology, anatomy and secondary chemistry
Phylogenetic relationships within the family Parmeliaceae (lichenized ascomycetes) with emphasis on the heterogeneous group of cetrarioid lichens are reconstructed. The results are based on cladistic
Contributions to the Teloschistaceae, with particular reference to the Southern Hemisphere
Thirty-five new species of the lichen family Teloschistaceae are described: Caloplaca aseptatospora S. Y. Kondr. & Karnefelt, C. bartlettii S. Y. Kondr. & Karnefelt, C. begaensis S. Y. Kondr. &
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