The lichen genus Allocetraria (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae).

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Abstract

The lichen genus Allocetraria (Parmeliaceae) includes eight species distinguished by a palisade plectenchymatous cortex, asci with a very broad axial body, globose or subglobose ascospores, and filiform pycnoconidia. Two new species, A. flavonigrescens Thell et Randl. and A. sinensis Gao, are described, and the new combination A. denticulata (Hue) Thell & Randlane, A. globulans (Nyl.) Thell & Randl., and A. oakesiana (Tuck.) Randl. & Thell are proposed. A potaninii (Oxn.) Randl. & Saag is synonymized with A. stracheyi (Bab.) Kurok. & Lai. The anatomy of the genus is carefully described for the first time.

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  • Botany

Keywords

  • Cetrarioid lichens, Allocetraria, Parmeliaceae, axial body, filiform pycnoconidia
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFlechten Follmann. Contributions to lichenology in honour of Gerhard Follmann.
EditorsFred J. A. Daniels, Margot Schulz, Jörg Peine
PublisherThe geobotanical and phytotaxonomical study group, Botanical Institute, University of Cologne, Germany.
Pages353-370
ISBN (Print)3874293807
Publication statusPublished - 1995
Publication categoryResearch
Peer-reviewedYes