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Sirenophila ovis-atra a new species of maritime teloschistaceae from the southern hemisphere

Søchting, Ulrik; Søgaard, Majbrit Zeuthen; Sancho, Leopoldo G.; Frödén, Patrik LU and Arup, Ulf LU (2016) In Opuscula Philolichenum 15.
Abstract

A new species, Sirenophila ovis-atra is described from maritime rocks of southern Patagonia, the Falkland Islands and Macquarie Island, where it grows in the upper part of the black ‘Verrucaria-zone’, most often on members of the genus Hydropunctaria. It is so far the only known species of Sirenophila in South America, a genus that is particularly prominent on the coasts of Australia.

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Caloplaca, Chile, Maritime zonation, Parasitic lichen, Tierra del Fuego
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Opuscula Philolichenum
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15
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J. Lendemer
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1941-7519
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  author       = {Søchting, Ulrik and Søgaard, Majbrit Zeuthen and Sancho, Leopoldo G. and Frödén, Patrik and Arup, Ulf},
  issn         = {1941-7519},
  keyword      = {Caloplaca,Chile,Maritime zonation,Parasitic lichen,Tierra del Fuego},
  language     = {eng},
  publisher    = {J. Lendemer},
  series       = {Opuscula Philolichenum},
  title        = {Sirenophila ovis-atra a new species of maritime teloschistaceae from the southern hemisphere},
  volume       = {15},
  year         = {2016},
}