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Six new species of Pyrenula from the tropics

  • André APTROOT (a1), Felix SCHUMM (a2) and Marcela E. S. CÁCERES (a3)


Six new species of the genus Pyrenula are described as new to science from various countries in the tropics. Pyrenula borneensis is described from Borneo, P. endocrocea from the Philippines, P. hawaiiensis from Hawaii, P. rinodinospora from Papua New Guinea, P. rubrojavanica from Java, and P. thailandica from Papua New Guinea, India and Thailand.



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The Lichenologist
  • ISSN: 0024-2829
  • EISSN: 1096-1135
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