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Published by J. Cramer in Berlin .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Lichens -- South America.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 243-259) and index.

Statementby David J. Galloway.
SeriesBibliotheca lichenologica -- Bd. 46.
The Physical Object
Pagination275 p., [44] p. of plates :
Number of Pages275
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15195313M
ISBN 103443580254

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Studies in Pseudocyphellaria (lichens). III, The South American species. [David J Galloway] formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. http:\/\/at. Galloway, D.J. Studies in Pseudocyphellaria (lichens) I. The New Zealand species. Bulletin of the British Museum for Natural History. Magnusson, A.H. Studies in species of Pseudocyphellaria. The crocata-group. Meddelelser från Götebörgs Botaniska Trädgård. One could argue that these two clades deserve formal subgeneric status. The four clades that can be distinguished within Pseudocyphellaria s. lat., .

Pseudocyphellaria bartlettii and P. encoensis are also new records for northern South America, and P. dozyana is new to South America. A key is given, and details of anatomy, morphology, chemistry, distribution, ecology and taxonomy are discussed. Studies in Pseudocyphellaria (lichens) I. The New Zealand species. By David J. Galloway. [Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Botany Vol. 17 (1), pp. 1–] London: British Museum (Natural History). 25 02 Pp. ISBN . Some species of Pseudocyphellaria appear to be able to use either a cyanobacterium or a green algae as their photobiont. DNA tests have shown that the fungal symbionts in P. murrayi (which is in a symbiosis with a cyanobacterium) and P. rufovirescens (which is in Class: Lecanoromycetes. Pseudocyphellaria lacerata, New to the Faeroe Islands. Lichenologist 26(4) Pentecost, A (). The lichen flora of Gwynedd. Lichenologist Rose, F, and James, PW (). Pseudocyphellaria lacerata. Species account / in the third fascicle of the Lichen Atlas of the British Isles. British Lichen Society, London.

Book reviewFull text access. Review of A Key to the Microlichens of India, Nepal and Sri Lanka, by D. D. Awasthi; Studies in Pseudocyphellaria (lichens) III. The South American species, by D. J. Galloway and The sorediate and isidiate, corticolous crustose lichens in . Pseudocyphellaria crocata (L.) Vain. is the name of a taxon which, with its presumed subcosmopolitan distribution and its conspicuous, colorful thallus (), is one of the most widely documented and most charismatic lichens, frequently collected or noticed by non-specialists and amateur naturalists (Brodo et al. ; Wetmore ).Until the middle of the last century, Cited by: 6. This occurs particularly in the genera Peltigera, Lobaria, Nephroma, Sticta and Pseudocyphellaria. The “one fungus-two photomorphs“ hypothesis (Goffinet and Bayer ) implies that one lichen fungus can live in a symbiotic relationship with either (prokaryotic) cyanobacteria and/or (eukaryotic) green by: Pseudocyphellaria crocata (Ascomycota: Lobariaceae) in the Americas is revealed to be thirteen species, and none of them is P. crocata. The Bryologist (4): – RLL List # / Rec.# – Recent Literature on Lichens DOI: / Reference page. Magnusson, A.H. Studies in species of Pseudocyphellaria.