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New species of lichenicolous fungi from the Canary Islands
Three new species of lichenicolous fungi from the Canary Islands ( Leightoniomyces canariensis , Lichenodiplis anomalus and Perigrapha phaeophysciae ), are described as new to science. A descriptionExpand
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A new endemic Ramalina species from the Canary Islands (Ascomycota, Lecanorales)
Ramalina alisiosae ( Ramalinaceae ), found on trees in the laurel forests of the Canary Islands is described as new to science. A description of the species is given together with notes on itsExpand
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Estimating the population size of the endemic lichens Anzia centrifuga (Parmeliaceae) and Ramalina species (Ramalinaceae) on Porto Santo (Madeira archipelago)
Abstract Due to isolation, islands are known to harbor a high number of endemics. Although most lichen species are widespread, a number of genera are well-known for the large number of endemics.Expand
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Considerations and consequences of allowing DNA sequence data as types of fungal taxa
Nomenclatural type definitions are one of the most important concepts in biological nomenclature. Being physical objects that can be re-studied by other researchers, types permanently link taxonomyExpand
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A discussion about reproductive modes of Pseudevernia furfuracea based on phylogenetic data
Abstract Two asexual reproductive strategies of the common lichen Pseudevernia furfuracea are described. Although the species propagates mainly by isidia, some specimens also show the development ofExpand
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Sharpening the species boundaries in the Cladonia mediterranea complex (Cladoniaceae, Ascomycota)
The complex Cladonia mediterranea belongs to the section Impexae and is formed by C. azorica, C. macaronesica and C. mediterranea. These species are basically distributed in the Mediterranean andExpand
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Caloplaca chelyae (Teloschistaceae), a new lichen from the Canary Islands
Abstract Caloplaca chelyae is described as new to science. It is characterized by its scant crustose thallus, spores (12–)13–15 × (7–)8–11 µm, with a narrow equatorial wall-thickening, (1.5–)2–3 µmExpand
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New species of Pertusaria (lichenized Ascomycota: Pertusariaceae) from the Canary Islands
Abstract Pertusaria aceroae and Pertusaria calderae from the Canary Islands are described as new to science. A description of each species is given together with notes on their chemistry,Expand
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A new species of Xanthoparmelia (Ascomycota: Parmeliaceae) from the Canary Islands
Abstract: Xanthoparmelia perezdepazii from the Canary Islands is described as new to science. It is characterized by an isidiate upper surface, the presence of usnic, constipatic and protoconstipaticExpand
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