Literature

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A. Tehler, Ertz, D., Irestedt, M.2013The genus Dirina (Roccellaceae, Arthoniales) revisited
A. Suija, Ertz, D., Lawrey, J. D., Diederich, P.2015Multiple origin of the lichenicolous life habit in Helotiales, based on nuclear ribosomal sequences
J. D. Lawrey, Diederich, P., Nelsen, M. P., Freebury, C., van den Broeck, D., Sikaroodi, M., Ertz, D.2012Phylogenetic placement of lichenicolous Phoma species in the Phaeosphaeriaceae (Pleosporales, Dothideomycetes)
B. Heuchert, Braun, U., Diederich, P., Ertz, D.2018Taxonomic monograph of the genus Taeniolella s. lat. (Ascomycota)
A. Frisch, Thor, G., Ertz, D., Grube, M.2014The Arthonialean challenge: restructuring Arthoniaceae
D. Ertz, Tehler, A., Irestedt, M., Frisch, A., Thor, G., van den Boom, P.2015A large-scale phylogenetic revision of Roccellaceae (Arthoniales) reveals eight new genera
D. Ertz, Tehler A.2011The phylogeny of Arthoniales (Pezizomycotina) inferred from nucLSU and RPB2 sequences
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, Lawrey, J. D., Common, R. S., Diederich, P.2014Molecular data resolve a new order of Arthoniomycetes sister to the primarily lichenized Arthoniales and composed of black yeasts, lichenicolous and rock-inhabiting species
D. Ertz, Heuchert, B., Braun, U., Freebury, C. E., Common, R. S., Diederich, P.2016Contribution to the phylogeny and taxonomy of the genus Taeniolella, with a focus on lichenicolous taxa
D. Ertz, Diederich, P., Lawrey, J. D., Berger, F., Freebury, C. E., Coppins, B., Gardiennet, A., Hafellner, J.2015Phylogenetic insights resolve Dacampiaceae (Pleosporales) as polyphyletic: Didymocyrtis (Pleosporales, Phaeosphaeriaceae) with Phoma-like anamorphs resurrected and segregated from Polycoccum (Trypetheliales, Polycoccaceae fam. nov.)
D. Ertz, Diederich, P., Brand, A. M., van den Boom, P., Sérusiaux, E.2008New or interesting lichens and lichenicolous fungi from Belgium, Luxembourg and northern France. XI.
M. Eichler, Cezanne, R., Diederich, P., Ertz, D., van den Broeck, D., van den Boom, P., Sérusiaux, E.2010New or interesting lichens and lichenicolous fungi from Belgium, Luxembourg and northern France. XIII
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
P. Diederich, Lawrey, J. D., Ertz, D.2018The 2018 classification and checklist of lichenicolous fungi, with 2000 non-lichenized, obligately lichenicolous taxa
P. Diederich, Ertz, D., Lawrey, J. D., Sikaroodi, M., Untereiner, W. A.2013Molecular data place the hyphomycetous lichenicolous genus Sclerococcum close to Dactylospora (Eurotiomycetes) and S. parmeliae in Cladophialophora (Chaetothyriales)
P. Diederich, Ertz, D., Etayo, J.2010An enlarged concept of Llimoniella (lichenicolous Helotiales), with a revised key to the species and notes on related genera
P. Diederich, Ertz, D., Eichler, M., Cezanne, R., van den Boom, P. P. G., Fischer, E., Killmann, D., van den Broeck, D., Sérusiaux, E.2012New or interesting lichens and lichenicolous fungi from Belgium, Luxembourg and northern France. XIV
A. Crespo, Kauff, F., Divakar, P. K., del Prado, R., Pérez-Ortega, S., Amo de Paz, G., Ferencova, Z., Blanco, O., Roca-Valiente, B., Núñez-Zapata, J., Cubas, P., Argüello, A., Elix, J. A., Esslinger, T. L., Hawksworth, D. L., Millanes, A. M., M. Molina, C., Wedin, M., Ahti, T., Aptroot, A., Barreno, E., Bungartz, F., Calvelo, S., Candan, M., Cole, M., Ertz, D., Goffinet, B., Lindblom, L., Lücking, R., Lutzoni, F., Mattsson, J. - E., Messuti, M. I., Miadlikowska, J., Piercey-Normore, M. D., Rico, V. J., Sipman, H. J. M., Schmitt, I., Spribille, T., Thell, A., Thor, G., Upreti, D., Lumbsch, H. T.2010Phylogenetic generic classification of parmelioid lichens (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) based on molecular, morphological and chemical evidence
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