Literature

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V. Alstrup, Olech M.2006Lichenicolous fungi from the Polish Tatra Mountains
B. J. Coppins2009Arthothelium
B. J. Coppins, Aptroot A.2009Arthonia
P. Diederich, Lawrey, J. D., Sikaroodi, M., van den Boom, P. P. G., Ertz, D.2012Briancoppinsia, a new coelomycetous genus of Arthoniaceae (Arthoniales) for the lichenicolous Phoma cytospora, with a key to this and similar taxa
D. Ertz, Miadlikowska, J., Lutzoni, F., Dessein, S., Raspé, O., Vigneron, N., Hofstetter, V., Diederich, P.2009Towards a new classification of the Arthoniales (Ascomycota) based on a three-gene phylogeny focussing on the genus Opegrapha
D. Ertz, Tehler A.2011The phylogeny of Arthoniales (Pezizomycotina) inferred from nucLSU and RPB2 sequences
J. Etayo2010Líquenes y hongos liquenícolas de Aragón
J. Etayo, Diederich P.2009Arthonia protoparmeliopseos, a new lichenicolous fungus on Protoparmeliopsis muralis from Spain and Luxembourg
A. Fleischhacker, Grube, M., Frisch, A., Obermayer, W., Hafellner, J.2016Arthonia parietinaria – a common but frequently misunderstood lichenicolous fungus on species of the Xanthoria parietina-group
A. Frisch, Thor, G., Ertz, D., Grube, M.2014The Arthonialean challenge: restructuring Arthoniaceae
M. Grube, Matzer M.1997Taxonomic concepts of lichenicolous Arthonia species
M. Grube, Matzer, M., Hafellner, J.1995A preliminary account of the lichenicolous Arthonia species with reddish, K+ reactive pigments
C. J. B. Hitch2015New, rare and interesting lichens
C. Hitch2014New, rare and interesting lichens
E. S. Kuznetsova, Motiejūnaitė, J. S., Stepanchikova, I. S., Himelbrant, D., Czarnota, P.2012New records of lichens and allied fungi from the Leningrad Region, Russia. III
A. Pentecost2014Growth and development of ascomata in two species of Arthoniales, Arthonia calcarea and Alyxoria varia (lichenized Ascomycota: Arthoniaceae and Lecanographaceae)
A. Pentecost, James P. W.2009Opegrapha
M. P. Zhurbenko, Grube M.2010Arthonia pannariae (Arthoniaceae, Arthoniales), a new lichenicolous fungus from northern Holarctic
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