Lichenicolous Fungi from Northwest Caucasus, Russia

@inproceedings{Zhurbenko2014LichenicolousFF,
  title={Lichenicolous Fungi from Northwest Caucasus, Russia},
  author={Mikhail P. Zhurbenko and Anastasiya A. Kobzeva},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract: Zhurbenko, M. P. & Kobzeva, A. A. 2014. Lichenicolous fungi from Northwest Caucasus, Russia. — Herzogia 27: 377–396. One hundred species of lichenicolous fungi are reported from Northwest Caucasus; 64 of them are new to the Caucasus. Hainesia aeruginascens, H. brevicladoniae, Minutoexcipula calatayudii, Neobarya peltigerae, Opegrapha anomea, O. rotunda, Polycoccum arnoldii, P. kaernefeltii, Pronectria echinulata and P. santessonii are newly reported for Asia and Russia. Abrothallus… Expand
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