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Concentration of Rare Epiphytic Lichens Along Large Streams in a Mountainous Watershed in Oregon, U.S.A
Abstract We studied epiphytic macrolichen communities and occurrences of rare species along the transition from upland to riparian forests on a range of stream sizes (intermittent, non-fish-bearingExpand
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Riparian lichens of northern Idaho
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RIPARIAN LICHENS OF NORTHERN IDAHO A. OVERVIEW B. RARE LICHENS IN THE RIPARIAN HARDWOOD FORESTS OF NORTHERN IDAHO C. COLLEMA CURTISPORUM DEGEL. IN RIPARIAN FORESTS OF NORTHERN IDAHO
Collema curtisporum Degel. is an epiphytic lichen with disjunct populations in the Pacific Northwest and Scandinavia. Prior to this study, C. curtisporum was considered rare in northern Idaho.Expand
Distribution and Morphological Variation of Leptogium cellulosum and L. teretiusculum in the Pacific Northwest
Abstract Leptogium cellulosum and L. teretiusculum are much more frequent and widespread in the Pacific Northwest of North America than previously recognized. Leptogium cellulosum, formerly knownExpand
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