Two new species of Caloplaca from Tadjikistan, Central Asia

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Two new species of Caloplaca from Tadjikistan, Central Asia. / Kondratyuk, S; Kärnefelt, Ingvar; Kudratov, I; Khodosovtsev, A.

In: Nordic Journal of Botany, Vol. 22, No. 5, 2002, p. 633-640.

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Kondratyuk, S, Kärnefelt, I, Kudratov, I & Khodosovtsev, A 2002, 'Two new species of Caloplaca from Tadjikistan, Central Asia', Nordic Journal of Botany, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 633-640.

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Kondratyuk, S., Kärnefelt, I., Kudratov, I., & Khodosovtsev, A. (2002). Two new species of Caloplaca from Tadjikistan, Central Asia. Nordic Journal of Botany, 22(5), 633-640.

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Kondratyuk S, Kärnefelt I, Kudratov I, Khodosovtsev A. 2002. Two new species of Caloplaca from Tadjikistan, Central Asia. Nordic Journal of Botany. 22(5):633-640.

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Kondratyuk S, Kärnefelt I, Kudratov I, Khodosovtsev A. Two new species of Caloplaca from Tadjikistan, Central Asia. Nordic Journal of Botany. 2002;22(5):633-640.

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Kondratyuk, S ; Kärnefelt, Ingvar ; Kudratov, I ; Khodosovtsev, A. / Two new species of Caloplaca from Tadjikistan, Central Asia. In: Nordic Journal of Botany. 2002 ; Vol. 22, No. 5. pp. 633-640.

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TY - JOUR

T1 - Two new species of Caloplaca from Tadjikistan, Central Asia

AU - Kondratyuk, S

AU - Kärnefelt, Ingvar

AU - Kudratov, I

AU - Khodosovtsev, A

PY - 2002

Y1 - 2002

N2 - Two new species of Caloplaca are described, C. pseudocitrina (in the C. citrina group), which is characterized by rather long spores with a thin septum, and a squamulose thallus and C. akbarica (C. saxicola-group) characterized by rather thick, brightly yellowish pruinose apothecia and a paraplectenchymatous proper exciple. The characters of the new species and their closely allied taxa are compared in tables and illustrated.

AB - Two new species of Caloplaca are described, C. pseudocitrina (in the C. citrina group), which is characterized by rather long spores with a thin septum, and a squamulose thallus and C. akbarica (C. saxicola-group) characterized by rather thick, brightly yellowish pruinose apothecia and a paraplectenchymatous proper exciple. The characters of the new species and their closely allied taxa are compared in tables and illustrated.

M3 - Article

VL - 22

SP - 633

EP - 640

JO - Nordic Journal of Botany

JF - Nordic Journal of Botany

SN - 0107-055X

IS - 5

ER -