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The Antarctic lichen Cetraria subscutata is a synonym of Nephromopsis chlorophylla

  • A. PASSO (a1), J. M. RODRÍGUEZ (a2), J. O. CHIAPELLA (a3) and M. I. MESSUTI (a1)
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