Literature

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H. L. Andersen, Ekman S.2005Disintegration of the Micareaceae (lichenized Ascomycota): a molecular phylogeny based on mitochondrial rDNA sequences
P. P. G. van den Boom1992The saxicolous species of the lichen genus Lecania in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg
P. P. G. van den Boom, Brand A. M.2005Lecania fructigena Zahlbr., a coastal saxicolous lichen new for Europe, with notes on related species
S. Catalá, del Campo, E. M., Barreno, E., García-Breijo, F. J., Reig-Armiñana, J., Casano, L. M.2016Coordinated ultrastructural and phylogenomic analyses shed light on the hidden phycobiont diversity of Trebouxia microalgae in Ramalina fraxinea
A. Fletcher, Coppins B. J.2009Catillaria
A. Fletcher, James, P. W., Purvis, O. W.2009Lecania
A. Fletcher, James, P. W., Purvis, O. W.2009Ramalina
A. M. Fryday, Coppins B. J.2012New taxa, reports, and names of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi, mainly from the Scottish Highlands
O. L. Gilbert2009Catinaria
J. C. Lendemer, Buck, W. R., Harris, R. C.2016Two new host-specific hepaticolous species of Catinaria (Ramalinaceae)
T. H. Nash, Ryan, B. D., Gries, C., Bungartz, F.2001Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region
R. R. Næsborg, Ekman, S., Tibell, L.2007Molecular phylogeny of the genus Lecania (Ramalinaceae, lichenized Ascomycota)
C. Printzen1995Die Flechtengattung Biatora in Europa.
C. Printzen, Holien, H., Etayo, J.1998Two new Biatora species from western Norway and Madeira
C. Printzen, Palice Z.1999The distribution, ecology and conservational status of the lichen genus Biatora in Central Europe
F. Rose, Purvis, O. W., Coppins, B. J.2009Phyllopsora
T. Spribille, Björk, C. R., Ekman, S., Elix, J. A., Goward, T., Printzen, C., Tønsberg, T., Wheeler, T.2009Contributions to an epiphytic lichen flora of northwest North America: I. Eight new species from British Columbia inland rain forests
T. Spribille, Björk, C. R., Ekman, S., Elix, J. A., Goward, T., Printzen, C., Tønsberg, T., Wheeler, T.2009Contributions to an epiphytic lichen flora of northwest North America: I. Eight new species from British Columbia inland rain forests
E. Sérusiaux, Brand, A. M., Motiejunaite, J., Orange, A., Coppins, B. J.2010Lecidea doliiformis belongs to Micarea, Catillaria alba to Biatora, and Biatora ligni-mollis occurs in Western Europe
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