Literature

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I. M. Brodo, Culberson, W. L., Culberson, C. F.2008Haematomma (Lecanoraceae) in North and Central America, including the West Indies
P. Halonen, Myllys, L., Velmala, S., Hyvärinen, H.2009Gowardia (Parmeliaceae)—a new alectorioid lichen genus with two species
I. Martínez, Aragón G.2004The Lecanora varia group in Spain: species with amphithecial cortex
R. T. McMullin, Lendemer J. C.2016Megalaria allenae (Ramalinaceae), a new sorediate species from southeastern North America previously confused with M. pulverea
J. Miadlikowska, Schoch, C. L., Kageyama, S. A., Molnar, K., Lutzoni, F., McCune, B.2011Hypogymnia phylogeny, including Cavernularia, reveals biogeographic structure
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
S. Stenroos, Huhtinen, S., Lesonen, A., Palice, Z., Printzen, C.2009Puttea, gen. nov., erected for the enigmatic lichen Lecidea margaritella
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
D. Triebel, Rambold, G., Elix, J. A.1995A conspectus of the genus Phacopsis (Lecanorales)
L. Śliwa, Miadlikowska, J., Redelings, B. D., Molnar, K., Lutzoni, F.2012Are widespread morphospecies from the Lecanora dispersa group (lichen-forming Ascomycota) monophyletic?
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