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The genus Xanthoria (Fr.) Th.Fr. in North America

Lindblom, Louise LU (1997)
Abstract
The lichenized ascomycete genus Xanthoria (Fr.) Th.Fr. (Teloschistaceae) in continental United States and Canada is revised. The following 15 species are recognized: Xanthoria borealis, X. candelaria, X. concinna, X. elegans, X. fallax, X. fulva, X. hasseana, X. mendozae, X. montana, X. oregana, X. parietina, X. polycarpa, X. sorediata, X. tenax, and X. ulophyllodes. The morphology, anatomy, secondary chemistry, ecology, and distribution of these species is discussed. A key for the identification of the species is presented together with distribution maps and illustrations of all species. Two taxa are described as new: Xanthoria montana and X. tenax. In addition to the newly described species, X. concinna and X. mendozae are reported for... (More)
The lichenized ascomycete genus Xanthoria (Fr.) Th.Fr. (Teloschistaceae) in continental United States and Canada is revised. The following 15 species are recognized: Xanthoria borealis, X. candelaria, X. concinna, X. elegans, X. fallax, X. fulva, X. hasseana, X. mendozae, X. montana, X. oregana, X. parietina, X. polycarpa, X. sorediata, X. tenax, and X. ulophyllodes. The morphology, anatomy, secondary chemistry, ecology, and distribution of these species is discussed. A key for the identification of the species is presented together with distribution maps and illustrations of all species. Two taxa are described as new: Xanthoria montana and X. tenax. In addition to the newly described species, X. concinna and X. mendozae are reported for the first time from the study area. A number of taxa are reduced into synonymy and all names treated are typified. (Less)
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  • Ass. Prof. Søchting, Ulrik, Copenhagen University
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morphology, taxonomy, Systematic botany, HPTLC, secondary chemistry, Xanthoria, anatomy, Teloschistaceae, lichenized Ascomycetes, phytogeography, chemotaxonomy. Physiology of nonvascular plants, Systematisk botanik, taxonomi, morfologi, kemotaxonomi. Växters fysiologi (inte kärlväxter).
pages
98 pages
publisher
Systematic Botany
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Murbeckssalen, Ö. Vallgatan 14
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1997-12-12 10:15
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  • other:LUNBDS/(NBBS-1025)/1-98/(1997)
  • scopus:0002006251
ISBN
91-628-2777-4
language
English
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yes
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  abstract     = {The lichenized ascomycete genus Xanthoria (Fr.) Th.Fr. (Teloschistaceae) in continental United States and Canada is revised. The following 15 species are recognized: Xanthoria borealis, X. candelaria, X. concinna, X. elegans, X. fallax, X. fulva, X. hasseana, X. mendozae, X. montana, X. oregana, X. parietina, X. polycarpa, X. sorediata, X. tenax, and X. ulophyllodes. The morphology, anatomy, secondary chemistry, ecology, and distribution of these species is discussed. A key for the identification of the species is presented together with distribution maps and illustrations of all species. Two taxa are described as new: Xanthoria montana and X. tenax. In addition to the newly described species, X. concinna and X. mendozae are reported for the first time from the study area. A number of taxa are reduced into synonymy and all names treated are typified.},
  author       = {Lindblom, Louise},
  isbn         = {91-628-2777-4},
  keyword      = {morphology,taxonomy,Systematic botany,HPTLC,secondary chemistry,Xanthoria,anatomy,Teloschistaceae,lichenized Ascomycetes,phytogeography,chemotaxonomy. Physiology of nonvascular plants,Systematisk botanik,taxonomi,morfologi,kemotaxonomi. Växters fysiologi (inte kärlväxter).},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {98},
  publisher    = {Systematic Botany},
  school       = {Lund University},
  title        = {The genus Xanthoria (Fr.) Th.Fr. in North America},
  year         = {1997},
}