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Leptogium denticulatum (Collemataceae, lichenized Ascomycota) and some morphologically related species
Abstract Leptogium specimens from all over the world with smooth to rugulose upper surface and flat, rotund and elongated lobules or denticules on the thallus or apothecia have been commonlyExpand
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ATLANTIC EPIPHYTES: a data set of vascular and non-vascular epiphyte plants and lichens from the Atlantic Forest.
Epiphytes are hyper-diverse and one of the frequently undervalued life forms in plant surveys and biodiversity inventories. Epiphytes of the Atlantic Forest, one of the most endangered ecosystems inExpand
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A pot-pourri of new species of Trypetheliaceae resulting from molecular phylogenetic studies
Based on separately obtained and analyzed molecular data and within the framework of a global revision of the family Trypetheliaceae, 21 new species are described, from the Neotropics and tropicalExpand
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Comparative anatomy of Canoparmelia and Crespoa species (Parmeliaceae, lichenized fungi)
Abstract The thallus anatomies of three common species of Canoparmelia and three species of Crespoa were compared to establish the characteristics that inform taxonomic studies and supportExpand
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The Pyxine pungens complex in São Paulo State, Brazil
Abstract The Pyxine pungens complex comprises species producing atranorin in the upper cortex, lacking vegetative propagules and reacting K+ blackish purple in the pigmented medulla. Based mainly onExpand
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Five supposedly well-known species of Leptogium section Mallotium
The revision and detailed description of type specimens of five supposedly well-known hairy Leptogium species revealed taxonomically relevant new data. Both holotype and isotype of L. capense are aExpand
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A new species and a new record of Pyxine (Physciaceae) with norstictic acid from São Paulo State, Brazil
In the course of a study of Pyxine species in São Paulo State, Brazil, Pyxine jolyana was recognized as a new species. It has norstictic acid in the medulla, a rare feature in South American species.Expand
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