Keys to Sterile, Crustose Saxicolous and Terricolous Lichens Occurring in the British Isles

@article{Fryday1997KeysTS,
  title={Keys to Sterile, Crustose Saxicolous and Terricolous Lichens Occurring in the British Isles},
  author={Alan M. Fryday and Brian J. Coppins},
  journal={The Lichenologist},
  year={1997},
  volume={29},
  pages={301 - 332}
}
Abstract A set of artificial keys is presented to all those crustose lichens (except most species of Lepraria and Leprolomd) which commonly occur without fruiting bodies on rock or soil in the British Isles. A number of predominantly corticolous species that occasionally also occur on rocks are included, as well as several undescribed but well-understood entities. 

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