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Progress in the generic delimitation of Parmelia sensu lato lichens (Ascomycotina: Parmeliaceae) and a synoptic key to the Parmeliaceae
- J. Elix
- 23 January 1993
A molecular phylogeny and a new classification of parmelioid lichens containing Xanthoparmelia-type lichenan (Ascomycota: Lecanorales)
Generic concepts in the parmelioid lichens have been discussed intensively over the past three decades without reaching a broad consensus. We have now employed molecular data from three genes to… Expand
A monograph of the lichen genus Diorygma- a first attempt
A Conspectus of the Genus Phacopsis (Lecanorales)
Phacopsis is a genus of lichenicolous fungi distributed worldwide on members of the Parmeliaceae s. ampl. The genus is characterized using current concepts, and its delimitation and family position… Expand
A new circumscription of the genus Ramboldia (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota) based on morphological and molecular evidence
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 the… Expand
Molecular phylogeny of parmotremoid lichens (Ascomycota, Parmeliaceae).
Parmotrema is one of the larger genera segregated from Parmelia s. lat. Additional genera recently have been segregated from this large genus based mainly on morphological and chemical features. We… Expand
Canomaculina, Myelochroa, Parmelinella, Parmelinopsis and Parmotremopsis, five new genera in the Parmeliaceae (lichenized Ascomycotina)
Austroparmelina, a new Australasian lineage in parmelioid lichens (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota)
Parmelioid lichens form the largest monophyletic group within the Parmeliaceae, a family distributed worldwide. The genus Parmelina was described by Hale (1976a) accommodating species from both… Expand