monograph of the saxicolous lecideoid lichens of Australia (excl. Tasmania)

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Lecideaceae -- Australia., Lichens -- Australia -- Classifica

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Statementby Gerhard Rambold.
SeriesBibliotheca lichenologica ;, Bd. 34
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LC ClassificationsQK585.L4 R35 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination345 p. :
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Open LibraryOL1296808M
ISBN 103443580130
LC Control Number92160468
OCLC/WorldCa21110187

Monograph of the saxicolous lecideoid lichens of Australia (excl. Tasmania). Berlin: J. Cramer, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Gerhard Rambold. To cite this article: A. Archer & J. Elix () Saxicolous species of Pertusaria (Lichenes) common to New Zealand and Australia, New Zealand Journal of Botany, DOI: A monograph of the British lichens; a descriptive catalogue of the species in the Department of Botany, British Museum, Title Variants: Alternative: British lichens By.

British Museum (Natural History). Department of Botany. Crombie, James M. Smith, Annie Lorrain, Type. BookBook Edition: Ed.

Rimularia exigua Hertel & Rambold () Rimularia exigua is a species of lichen in the family Agyriaceae. The type collection was found growing on boulders in a eucalypt forest in New South : Agyriaceae.

Poeltiaria Hertel, Type species: Poeltiaria turgescens Hertel, (Recent Literature on Lichens)** Rambold, G. () A Monograph of the Saxicolous Lecideoid Lichens of Australia (Excl. Tasmania). - Bibliotheca Lichenologica, No. Lichens--Introduction, Lecanorales 1: Lichens - Introduction Lecanorales 1 (Flora of Australia Series) ISBN ISBN X.

Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and digit formats both work. Non-saxicolous lecideoid lichens form a diverse and polyphyletic group of species with a worldwide distribution.

The phylogenetic relationships of the taxa and major clades are still largely. A monograph of lichens found in Britain: being a descriptive catalogue of the species in the herbarium of the British Museum.

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This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. The status of four umbilicate lichens with lecanorine apothecia and hyaline, 1-celled ascospores is reviewed.

It is concluded that Omphalodium should be emended to exclude O. arizonicum and consequently a new genus Omphalora T. Nash & Hafellner is proposed. Differences in anatomy, morphology, pseudocyphellae type, pigmentation and cell wall.

Rambold, G. () A Monograph of the Saxicolous Lecideoid Lichens of Australia (Excl. Tasmania). - Bibliotheca Lichenologica, No. Cramer, Berlin-Stuttgart.

**[RLL List # / Rec.# ] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** Links. Genus Record Details; MycoBank; Vernacular names. A Monograph of Lichens Found in Britain: Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Herbarium of the British Museum, Part 1 A Monograph of Lichens Found in Britain: Being a Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Herbarium of the British Museum, Annie Lorrain Smith: Authors: British Museum (Natural History).

Vol. 2 has title: A monograph of the British lichens, a descriptive catalogue of the species in the Department of Botany, British Museum. by Annie Lorrain Smith A 2d edition of pt. 1 was published by Annie Lorrain Smith in with title as in v.

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Band Rambold, Gerhard: A Monograph of the Saxicolous Lecideoid Lichens of Australia (excl. Tasmania). p., 67 maps, 31 figs. in the text, paperback DM / $82 Band Triebel, Dagmar: Lecideicole Ascomyceten.

The region so defined consists of large areas of open sea (Southern Ocean, South Pacific Ocean, South Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean and the Tasman Sea), with the landmasses of Australia, New Zealand, South America, South Africa and the various Subantarctic islands (Macquarie, Auckland, Campbell, Antipodes, Falkland, South Georgia, Gough, Tristan Cited by: A Monograph of the British Lichens, Vol.

2: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Species in the Department of Botany, British Museum (Classic Reprint) by Smith, Annie Lorrain and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Immersaria athroocarpa (Ach.) Rambold & Pietschm., Bibliotheca Lichenologica () [MB#]. Micarea erratica (Körb.) Hertel, Rambold & Pietschm., Bibliotheca Lichenologica () [MB#].

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Tasmania). Bibl Lichenol – Google Scholar Rambold G, Triebel D () Gelatinopsis, Geltingia and Phaeopyxis: three helotialean genera with licheni-colous by: Coppins, BJ/ Gilbert, OL George Johnston's lichen herbarium at the R.

G., Edinburgh.- Notes from the Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh [RLL List # / Rec.# ] Keywords: SCOTLAND/ HISTORY/ HERBARIA/ JOHNSTON/ EDINBURGH Abstract: ["A folder of lichens assembled by George Johnston of Berwick has been rediscovered and its contents revised and cross.

Herzogia 24 (1), 53–57 53 Rinodina australiensis (lichenized Ascomycetes, Physciaceae) recorded from Africa Helmut Mayrhofer & Volkmar Wirth Abstract: Mayrhofer, H. & Wirth, V. Rinodina australiensis (lichenized Ascomycetes, Physciaceae) re- corded from Africa.

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Introduction. One of the most successful mechanisms enabling fungi to survive in extreme subaerial environments is by formation of mutualistic symbioses with algae and/or cyanobacteria as lichens, where the phototrophs provide a source of carbon and are protected to some degree from light and other external factors (Gadd, ).Complex symbiotic associations, bacteria and other Cited by: 7.

Here, through contact with Hertel, who had already gathered some students around him, he chose an uncertain academic career specializing in lichenology; his doctoral thesis was on lecideoid lichens in Australia (Rambold ), and for his habilitation he studied inter-lecanoralean associations, and together with his partner Dagmar Triebel.

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Theodore L. Esslinger and Shirley Tucker "Names Appearing in Fink's “Lichen Flora of the United States” Which Remain Unresolved in the Current United States/Canada Cited by: 1. Introduction. Xanthoparmelia (Vain.) Hale, the largest foliose lichen genus, includes all of the obligately saxicolous and terricolous species of Parmelia s.

lat. with small spores (6–14×4–8 μm), usnic or isousnic acid in the upper cortex and cell walls containing Xanthoparmelia-type lichenan (Hale,Elix, a, Elix, ).It has a distinctly temperate distribution centred in the Cited by: 8.

ABSTRACT Hale, Mason E., Jr. A Alonograpli of the Lichen Genus Pse~idopai~melia Lynge (Parmeliaceae). Smifhsonian Contl-ibzitions to Botany, num 62 pages, 18 figures, (iA ~vorld monograph ot“ the genus Pseiidopai-melia is presented.

There are 76 species, most occurring in dry subtemperate to tropical areas and especially concentrated in the arid scrub lands of South Africa. Many also occur in the cool temperate rainforests of south-eastern Australia or New Zealand. The book, beautifully illustrated in colour, provides introductory chapters on the nature of lichens, the composition of the lichen flora in Tasmania, and the distribution and ecology of lichens in rainforest.Crustose lichens are the most common type of lichen.

They form a tight crust on the surface of rocks, tree bark or soil. This hardy lichen, Placopsis gelida, grows on exposed alpine rocks.The Bryologist includes articles on all aspects of the biology of mosses, hornworts, liverworts and lichens; lists of current literature; and book by: 3.