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See detailPhylloblastia inexpectata (Verrucariaceae), a new species of foliicolous lichen from Western Europe and Madeira
Sérusiaux, Emmanuel ULg; Coppins, B. J.; Lucking, R.

in Lichenologist (2007), 39(Part 2), 103-108

Phylloblastia inexpectata Serus., Coppins

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See detailGomphillus morchelloides (Ostropales : Gomphillaceae), a new lichen species from Chile and Papua New Guinea
Lucking, R.; Sérusiaux, Emmanuel ULg

in Bryologist (2005), 108(4, Winter), 487-490

Revision of two collections of Gomphillus from Papua New Guinea and Chile, previously identified as Gomphillus ophiosporus and G. calycioides, respectively, revealed that these represent an undescribed ... [more ▼]

Revision of two collections of Gomphillus from Papua New Guinea and Chile, previously identified as Gomphillus ophiosporus and G. calycioides, respectively, revealed that these represent an undescribed species, G. morchelloides Lucking [less ▲]

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See detailGomphillus caribaeus belongs in the new genus Bryogomphus (Lecanorales : Pilocarpaceae)
Lucking, R.; Buck, W. R.; Sérusiaux, Emmanuel ULg et al

in Bryologist (2005), 108(4, Winter), 481-486

A revision of the lichen genus Gomphillus Nyl. in the Americas reveals that G. caribaeus W. R. Buck does not belong in that genus, but is a member of the Pilocarpaceae in the Lecanorales. Because of its ... [more ▼]

A revision of the lichen genus Gomphillus Nyl. in the Americas reveals that G. caribaeus W. R. Buck does not belong in that genus, but is a member of the Pilocarpaceae in the Lecanorales. Because of its distinctive features, the species cannot be accommodated in any of the known genera of that family, and the new genus Bryogomphus Lucking, W. R. Buck, Serus. [less ▲]

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See detailCeratopycnidium citricola is Byssoloma lueckingii
Lucking, R.; Sérusiaux, Emmanuel ULg; Santesson, R.

in Lichenologist (2002), 34(Part 3), 270-272

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See detailByssoloma llimonae sp nov., from continental Spain, Madeira and the Canary Islands
Sérusiaux, Emmanuel ULg; Gomez-Bolea, A.; Longan, A. et al

in Lichenologist (2002), 34(Part 3), 183-188

Byssoloma llimonae, a new species described from NE Spain, Madeira and the Canary Islands (Gomera, La Palma and Tenerife), is a mostly corticolous species, closely related to the more widespread and ... [more ▼]

Byssoloma llimonae, a new species described from NE Spain, Madeira and the Canary Islands (Gomera, La Palma and Tenerife), is a mostly corticolous species, closely related to the more widespread and usually foliicolous Bapalmuia kakouettae (=Byssoloma aptrootii). The generic position of this group of species within the Pilocarpaceae is still unclear. The new combination Byssoloma kakouettae (Serus.) R. Lucking [less ▲]

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See detailChiodecton epiphyllum is a lichenicolous fungus on Coenogonium flavicans and belongs in the genus Plectocarpon (Arthoniales : Roccellaceae)
Caceres, M. E. S.; Diederich, P.; Lucking, R. et al

in Lichenologist (2001), 33(Part 6), 503-506

The biological status of Chiodecton epiphyllum (Arthoniales: Roccellaceae), described as a foliicolous lichen from Papua New Guinea, is reassessed, based on additional material from Brazil, Costa Rica ... [more ▼]

The biological status of Chiodecton epiphyllum (Arthoniales: Roccellaceae), described as a foliicolous lichen from Papua New Guinea, is reassessed, based on additional material from Brazil, Costa Rica, and Papua New Guinea. The species is a lichenicolous fungus growing on the foliicolous lichen Coenogonium flavicans (Gyalectales: Gyalectaceae). Furthermore, its ascomatal anatomy and lichenicolous growth habit suggest placement in the related genus Plectocarpon, instead of Chiodecton. We therefore propose the new combination Plectocarpon epiphyllum [Bas.: Chiodecton epiphyllum]. The species is further lectotypified on its ascomata since parts of the original description which denote vegetative characteristics refer to the sterile thallus of the host lichen. (C) 2001 The British Lichen Society. [less ▲]

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