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El genero Lichinella Nyl. en el sureste de España y norte de Africa

  title={El genero Lichinella Nyl. en el sureste de Espa{\~n}a y norte de Africa},
  author={P. Moreno and J. M. Egea},
  journal={Cryptogamie. Bryologie, lich{\'e}nologie},
Seven species of Lichinella are recognized in southeastern Spain and northern Africa, five of which are transferred from Gonohymenia: Lichinella algerica (type species of Gonohymenia), L. cribellifera, L. iodopulchra, L. nigritella and L. sinaica. The genus Gonohymenia is here, therefore, considered as a taxonomical synonym of Lichinella. A key of the species involved are given as well as details of morphology, anatomy, taxonomy, distribution and habitat. Photos and distribution maps are… Expand
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