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Contribución al estudio de los ascomicetes bitunicados de Cataluña

@inproceedings{Lpez2006ContribucinAE,
  title={Contribuci{\'o}n al estudio de los ascomicetes bitunicados de Catalu{\~n}a},
  author={Dolores Sierra L{\'o}pez},
  year={2006}
}
El grupo de los Loculoascomicetes reune aquellos ascomicetes con ascomas ascostromaticos, de ontogenia ascolocular; ascos bitunicados, con dehiscencia fisitunicada y ascosporas casi siempre septadas. El principal objetivo de este trabajo ha consistido en elaborar un catalogo de los Ascomicetes bitunicados no liquenificados ni liquenicolas de Cataluna, destinado a dar a conocer la diversidad floristica, sobre todo de zonas aridas o termicas y, en el extremo ecologico opuesto, de zonas montanosas… 
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