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The Macrolichens of Tasmanian Rainforest: Key and Notes

  • G. Kantvilas (a1) and P. W. James (a2)
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  • Published online: 01 March 2007

An identification key to 128 macrolichen species from Tasmanian rainforest is presented. Additional data on the flora are also included. Five new species, Menegazzia caesiopruinosa P. James, M. confusa P. James, M. inactiva P. James & Kantvilas, M. minuta P. James & Kantvilas and M. subbullata P. James & Kantvilas, are described, and the new combination Leioderma amphibolum (Knight) P. M. Jørgensen & D. Galloway is made.

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