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corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America

Stefan Ekman

corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America

by Stefan Ekman

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Published by Council for Nordic Publications in Botany in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bacidia -- North America.,
  • Bacidina -- North America.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 136-139) and index.

    StatementStefan Ekman.
    SeriesOpera botanica -- 127, Opera botanica -- v. 127.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK585.L37 E38 1996
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148 p. :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20729775M
    ISBN 108788702219

    EKMAN, S. The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. Opera Bo-tanica & I. NORDIN. The taxonomy of Bacidia fraxinea and its relationship to Bacidia rubella. An-nales Botanici Fennici HAFELLNER, J. Studien in Richtung einer nattirli-.   S. EkmanThe corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. Opera Botanica, (), pp. Google Scholar. 2. J. HafellnerStudien in Richtung einer natürlicheren Gliederung der Sammelfamilien Lecanoraceae undLecideaceae. Nova Hedwigia, 79 (), pp.

    Ekman, S., The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. - Opera Botanica 1 - Esslinger, T. L., Studies in the lichen family Physciaceae. V. Two species of Physcia new to North America. - Mycotaxon -   Abstract:A method for the characterization of insoluble lichen pigments is presented. The method relies on pH-dependent colour reactions before and af.

    Lecania subfuscula (Nyl.) S. Ekman, Opera Botanica () [MB#]. The Corticolous and Lignicolous Species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America by Stefan Ekman (pp. ) Review by: François Lutzoni DOI: /


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Corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America by Stefan Ekman Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is a taxonomic revision of the corticolous and lignicolous taxa of the genera Bacldia and Bacidina (Lecanoraceae, Lecanorales, lichenized Ascomycotina) in the continental United States and Author: Stefan Ekman.

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This is a taxonomic revision of the corticolous and lignicolous taxa of the genera Bacidia and Bacidina (Lecanoraceae, Lecanorales, lichenized Ascomycotina) in the continental United States and Canada.

Twenty-seven species of Bacidia (one of which is divided into two subspecies) and twelve species of Bacidina are by: This is a taxonomic revision of the corticolous and lignicolous taxa of the genera Bacldia and Bacidina (Lecanoraceae, Lecanorales, lichenized Ascomycotina) in the continental United States and.

Bacidia punica is described from Eivissa (Spain). The species is also reported from several areas from the Mediterranean region. The new species could be mistaken for a member of the genus Bacidina, but differs in various characters such as thallus structure, exciple morphology, ascus type and morphology of paraphyses which all suggest an affinity with the genus Bacidia s.

by: 8. Bacidina egenuloidea (Fink) S. Ekman, Opera Botanica () [MB#] The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. Opera Botanica. Page #: Year of effective publication: Name type.

The genus Bacidia De Not., in its modern broad sense (i.e., Ekman ), is a species rich assemblage of crustose lichens that occur on nearly every continent (Ekman ; Kistenich et al.

).The global diversity of Bacidia is mirrored in North America, where 56 species are presently known to occur (Esslinger ).Historically, Bacidia was delimited to include many unrelated crustose. Ekman, S. () The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America.

Opera Botanica 1 – Ekman, S. () Molecular phylogeny of the Bacidiaceae (Lecanorales, lichenized Ascomycota). Two Species of Bacidia (Lichenized Ascomycota) New to India Siljo Joseph(1) and Gopal Prasad Sinha(1*) 1. Botanical Survey of India, Central Regional Circle, Chatham Lines, AllahabadIndia.

The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. Opera Bot. Ekman, S. Bacidia. In: Nash. The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America.

Article. 12 species of Bacidia and four species of Bacidina are correctly reported from the study area for the. Ekman, S.

() The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. Opera Botanica 1– (RLL List # / Rec. # - Recent Literature on Lichens) Ekman. Ekman, S. The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America.

- Opera Botanica 1– **[RLL List # / Rec.# ] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** Links. North American Lichen Checklist, Version (#19) 23 March (list B) Bacidina assulata in Index Fungorum. Bacidina assulata in MycoBank. The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America.

This is a taxonomic revision of the corticolous and lignicolous taxa of the genera Bacldia and Bacidina. Ekman, S. () The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America.

Opera Botanica 1– (RLL List # / Rec. # - Recent Literature on Lichens) (Illustration of Bacidia subincompta: p. ) Ekman, S. () Bacidia (pages ).

Ekman, S. () The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. Opera Botanica 1– (RLL List # / Rec. # - Recent Literature on Lichens) Ekman, S.

() Bacidia (pages ). Ekman, S. () The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. Opera Botanica 1– (RLL List # / Rec. # - Recent Literature on Lichens) (Bacidia circumspecta, illustration: p. ) Ekman, S. () Bacidia (pages ). Ekman, S () The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America.

Opera Botanica1 – Ekman, S and Tønsberg, T () A new species of Megalaria from the North American west coast, and notes on the generic circumscription. Bacidia laurocerasi subsp.

idahoensis (H. Magn.) S. Ekman, Opera Botanica 85 () [MB#]. 2. Ekman The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. Opera Botanica, (), pp.

1 - Google Scholar. Poelt Eine diözische Flechte. Plant Systematics and Evolution, (), pp. 81 - Google Scholar. View Abstract. In his monograph of the corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America, Ekman ( 11—12) provides a further detailed discussion of the problem and supports the original use of Ozenda ( 32) and subsequent authors, e.g.

using the term goniocyst for the tiny thallus granules of many different genera. S. EkmanThe corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America.

Opera Botanica, (), pp. Google Scholar. 5. J. HafellnerStudien in Richtung einer natürlicheren Gliederung der Sammelfamilien Lecanoraceae und Lecideaceae.Bacidia brandii, a new lichen species from the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Lithuania.

– Lichenologist – Ekman, S. The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. – Opera Botanica 1– Ekman, S. A new lichen species, Micarea viridileprosa, is described from western Europe, where it is locally very common.

This species, which has previously been much overlooked, is corticolous, lignicolous and terricolous and is usually found sterile. Some specimens of the new species were formerly included in Micarea prasina.