Frequent circumarctic and rare transequatorial dispersals in the lichenised agaric genus Lichenomphalia (Hygrophoraceae, Basidiomycota).

@article{Geml2012FrequentCA,
  title={Frequent circumarctic and rare transequatorial dispersals in the lichenised agaric genus Lichenomphalia (Hygrophoraceae, Basidiomycota).},
  author={J{\'o}zsef Geml and Frank Kauff and Christian Brochmann and François M Lutzoni and Gary A. Laursen and Scott A. Redhead and D Lee Taylor},
  journal={Fungal biology},
  year={2012},
  volume={116 3},
  pages={388-400}
}
Species of the genus Lichenomphalia are mostly restricted to arctic-alpine environments with the exception of Lichenomphalia umbellifera which is also common in northern forests. Although Lichenomphalia species inhabit vast regions in several continents, no information is available on their genetic variation across geographic regions and the underlying population-phylogenetic patterns. We collected samples from arctic and subarctic regions, as well as from newly discovered subantarctic… CONTINUE READING

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