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Studies in the lichen genus Psoroma 2. Psoroma fruticulosum and Psoroma rubromarginatum

@article{Galloway1983StudiesIT,
  title={Studies in the lichen genus Psoroma 2. Psoroma fruticulosum and Psoroma rubromarginatum},
  author={David John Galloway and Aino Henssen and Bernd Renner and Krisztina Marton and Peter W. James},
  journal={Mycotaxon},
  year={1983},
  volume={18}
}
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