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Calcicolous species of the genus Caloplaca in the Polish Western Carpathians.

@inproceedings{Wilk2012CalcicolousSO,
  title={Calcicolous species of the genus Caloplaca in the Polish Western Carpathians.},
  author={Karina Wilk},
  year={2012}
}
This monograph is based on a revision of material from national and foreign herbaria and on the author’s fi eld study. Thirty-nine taxa of Caloplaca Th. Fr. were recognized in the Polish Western Carpathians: C. albolutescens (Nyl.) H. Olivier, C. albopruinosa (Arnold) H. Olivier, C. arnoldii subsp. obliterata (Pers.) Gaya, C. arnoldiiconfusa Gaya & Nav.-Ros., C. atroalba (Tuck.) Zahlbr., C. aurea (Schaer.) Zahlbr., C. biatorina (A. Massal.) J. Steiner, C. chalybaea (Fr.) Müll. Arg., C… 
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