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See detailLecania falcata, a new species from Spain, the Canary Islands and the Azores, close to Lecania chlorotiza
Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg; van den Boom, Pieter P. G.; Brand, Maarten A. et al

in Lichenologist (2012), 44(05), 577-590

Lecania chlorotiza and L. falcata, described here as new from Spain/Navarra, the Canary Islands and the Azores, do not belong to Lecania s. str. They belong to a strongly supported clade comprising ... [more ▼]

Lecania chlorotiza and L. falcata, described here as new from Spain/Navarra, the Canary Islands and the Azores, do not belong to Lecania s. str. They belong to a strongly supported clade comprising Bacidia, Bacidina, Scutula and Toninia when examined with maximum parsimony, maximum likelihood and Bayesian inferences using mtSSU, nuLSU and nuITS sequences. This clade represents the Bacidiaceae and is included in the Ramalinaceae s. lat. Most genera included in that family need further work before a new genus can possibly be described for Lecania chlorotiza and L. falcata. [less ▲]

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See detailDiscovering the lichen diversity of a remote tropical island: working list of species collected on Reunion (Mascarene archipelago, Indian Ocean)
Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg; van den Boom, Pieter P. G.; Brand, Maarten et al

in Herzogia (2011), 24(2), 325-349

463 lichen taxa are reported from the island of Reunion (Mascarene archipelago) in the Indian Ocean. This report is based on extensive collections recently made by the authors or hosted in B and LG. A ... [more ▼]

463 lichen taxa are reported from the island of Reunion (Mascarene archipelago) in the Indian Ocean. This report is based on extensive collections recently made by the authors or hosted in B and LG. A total of c. 600 species is estimated for the number of lichenized fungi present on the island; although this is a low figure for a varied tropi- cal area, this is plausible due to its small size and remoteness. The significance of the lichen diversity of the island lays in its endemics, which need further study for a reliable assessment, and in the occurrence of a poorly known southern hemisphere element (“austral” species). The discovery of the following in Reunion is of special interest as it considerably enlarges their distribution range: Anzia corallophora, Caloplaca caesiosorediata, Coccocarpia delicatula, Fuscopannaria praetermissa, Gomphillus morchelloides, G. pedersenii, Gyalideopsis bispora, Heterodermia koyana, Hypotrachyna evansii, Lithogyalideopsis zeylandica, Lobaria asperula, Megaloblastenia marginiflexa var. dimota, Menegazzia capitata, Myeloconis erumpens and Pannaria squamulosa. [less ▲]

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See detailNotes on the lichen genus Erioderma in La Réunion
Jørgensen, Per Magnus; van den Boom, Pieter P. G.; Sérusiaux, Emmanuël ULg

in Cryptogamie. Mycologie (2009), 30

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See detailFurther data on the lichen genus Bacidia s. l. in the Canary Islands and Western Europe, with descriptions of two new species
Brand, Maarten; Coppins, Brian J.; van den Boom, Pieter P. G. et al

in Bibliotheca Lichenologica (2009), 99

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