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A new species in Melanohalea (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycotina) and new lichen records from India

  • Pradeep K. DIVAKAR (a1) and Dalip K. UPRETI (a1)
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Melanohalea nilgirica Divakar & Upreti is described as new to science. Melanelixia glabroides (Essl.) O. Blanco et al., Melanohalea poeltii (Essl.) O. Blanco et al., M. septentrionalis (Lynge) O. Blanco et al., Parmelia isidioclada Vain., P. masonii Essl. & Poelt, Parmelinopsis afrorevoluta (Krog & Swinscow) Elix & Hale and Parmeliopsis ambigua (Wulfen) Nyl., are new records for the Indian lichen flora.

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