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DNA-based identification of lichen-forming fungi: can publicly available sequence databases aid in lichen diversity inventories of Mount Cameroon (West Africa)?

  • Elizabeth Ayuk OROCK (a1), Steven D. LEAVITT (a2), Beatrice Ambo FONGE (a1), Larry L. ST. CLAIR (a3) and H. Thorsten LUMBSCH (a2)...
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