A review of the lichen family Parmeliaceae - history, phylogeny and current taxonomy.

@article{Thell2012ARO,
  title={A review of the lichen family Parmeliaceae - history, phylogeny and current taxonomy.},
  author={A. Thell and A. Crespo and P. Divakar and I. K{\"a}rnefelt and S. Leavitt and H. T. Lumbsch and M. Seaward},
  journal={Nordic Journal of Botany},
  year={2012},
  volume={30},
  pages={641-664}
}
The largest family of lichen-forming fungi, the Parmeliaceae, is reviewed. It includes 79 genera in current use and ca 2726 species, a large majority of which belong to one of five main clades: the parmelioid, cetrarioid, usneoid, alectorioid and hypogymnioid. However, 21 genera are positioned outside these clades, and four genera in current use still lack DNA- data. The family has been shown to be monophyletic and the generic classification is relatively well-settled compared with other… Expand
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