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The Genus Cheilymenia in North America
The genus Cheilymenia was erected by Boudier (1885) to include a number of species of operculate discomycetes characterized by small, saucer-shaped to subturbinate apothecia; relatively inconspicuousExpand
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Central American Pezizales. III. The Genus Phillipsia
SUMMARYFive species of Phillipsia Berk, are reported from Central America: P. domingensis, P. crispata, P. lutea, P. hartmannii, and P. costaricensis. Two of these, P. lutea and P. costaricensis, a...
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Apothecia and ascospores of Lobaria oregana and Lobaria pulmonaria investigated
Apothecia of Lobaria oregana and L. pulmonaria emerge in late spring and discharge as- cospores throughout the year. Most populations have a few fertile thalli, although the proportion of fertileExpand
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Apothecia and ascospores of Lobaria oregana and Lobaria pulmonaria investigated
Apothecia of Lobaria oregana and L. pulmonaria emerge in late spring and discharge ascospores throughout the year. Most populations have a few fertile thalli, although the proportion of fertileExpand
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Central American Pezizales. IV. The Genera Sarcoscypha, Pithya, and Nanoscypha
This treatment of three genera, Sarcoscypha (Fr.) Boudier, Pithya Fuckel, and Nanoscypha Denison, concludes a series dealing with the family Sarcoscyphaceae in Central America. The limits of the th...
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Differentiation of tribes and genera in the family Sarcoscyphaceae
Taxonomic criteria used in differentiating genera are described and illustrated. The genera are assigned to three tribes, the two existing tribes: Sarcoscypheae and Boedijnopezizeae, and a new tribeExpand
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