BUNGARTZ, Frank ELIX, John A. KALB, Klaus and GIRALT, Mireia 2017. New and overlooked species from the Galapagos Islands: the generic concept of Diploicia reassessed. The Lichenologist, Vol. 48, Issue. 05, p. 489.
Kiebacher, Thomas Keller, Christine Scheidegger, Christoph and Bergamini, Ariel 2017. Hidden crown jewels: the role of tree crowns for bryophyte and lichen species richness in sycamore maple wooded pastures. Biodiversity and Conservation, Vol. 25, Issue. 9, p. 1605.
TRIPP, Erin A. 2017. Is asexual reproduction an evolutionary dead end in lichens?. The Lichenologist, Vol. 48, Issue. 05, p. 559.
Caneva, Giulia Bartoli, Flavia Ceschin, Simona Salvadori, Ornella Futagami, Yoko and Salvati, Luca 2017. Exploring ecological relationships in the biodeterioration patterns of Angkor temples (Cambodia) along a forest canopy gradient. Journal of Cultural Heritage, Vol. 16, Issue. 5, p. 728.
Frisch, Andreas Rudolphi, Jörgen Sheil, Douglas Caruso, Alexandro Thor, Göran and Gustafsson, Lena 2017. Tree Species Composition Predicts Epiphytic Lichen Communities in an African Montane Rain Forest. Biotropica, Vol. 47, Issue. 5, p. 542.
Vust, Mathias Clerc, Philippe Habashi, Christine and Mermilliod, Jean-Claude 2017. Lichen Inventory of the Canton of Geneva, Switzerland — Large Biodiversity for a Small Canton. Herzogia, Vol. 28, Issue. 1, p. 153.
Tsurykau, Andrei Golubkov, Vladimir and Kukwa, Martin 2017. New or Otherwise Interesting Records of Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi from Belarus. Herzogia, Vol. 27, Issue. 1, p. 111.
Zduńczyk, Anna and Kukwa, Martin 2017. A Revision of Sorediate Crustose Lichens Containing Usnic Acid and Chlorinated Xanthones in Poland. Herzogia, Vol. 27, Issue. 1, p. 13.
Kirika, Paul Mugambi, George Lücking, Robert and Lumbsch, H. Thorsten 2017. New Records of Lichen-Forming Fungi from Kenya. Journal of East African Natural History, Vol. 101, Issue. 1, p. 73.
Lendemer, James C. 2017. A tale of two species: molecular data reveal the chemotypes of Lepraria normandinoides (Stereocaulaceae) to be two sympatric species1. The Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, Vol. 139, Issue. 2, p. 118.
Lendemer, James C. 2017. Perspectives on Chemotaxonomy: Molecular Data Confirm the Existence of Two Morphologically Distinct Species within a Chemically Defined Lepraria caesiella (Stereocaulaceae). Castanea, Vol. 77, Issue. 1, p. 89.
Mežaka, Anna Brūmelis, Guntis Piterāns, Alfons and Printzen, Christian 2017. Distribution ofLeprariain Latvia in Relation to Tree Substratum and Deciduous Forest Type. Annales Botanici Fennici, Vol. 49, Issue. 3, p. 162.
Rai, Himanshu Upreti, D. K. and Gupta, Rajan K. 2017. Diversity and distribution of terricolous lichens as indicator of habitat heterogeneity and grazing induced trampling in a temperate-alpine shrub and meadow. Biodiversity and Conservation, Vol. 21, Issue. 1, p. 97.
FLAKUS, Adam ELIX, John A. RODRIGUEZ, Pamela and KUKWA, Martin 2017. New species and records of Lepraria ( Stereocaulaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) from South America. The Lichenologist, Vol. 43, Issue. 01, p. 57.
LENDEMER, James C. 2017. A standardized morphological terminology and descriptive scheme for Lepraria (Stereocaulaceae). The Lichenologist, Vol. 43, Issue. 05, p. 379.
PEKSA, ONDŘEJ and ŠKALOUD, PAVEL 2017. Do photobionts influence the ecology of lichens? A case study of environmental preferences in symbiotic green alga Asterochloris (Trebouxiophyceae). Molecular Ecology, Vol. 20, Issue. 18, p. 3936.
Lendemer, James C. 2017. Notes on Lepraria s.l. (Lecanoromycetes, Ascomycota) in North America: New species, new reports, and preliminary keys. Brittonia, Vol. 62, Issue. 3, p. 267.
Lendemer, James C. and Knudsen, Kerry 2017. Lecanographa insolita, an unusual new species of Roccellaceae from western North America. The Bryologist, Vol. 113, Issue. 2, p. 350.
Osyczka, Piotr Kukwa, Martin and Olech, Maria 2017. Notes on the lichen genus Lepraria from maritime (South Shetlands) and continental (Schirmacher and Bunger Oases) Antarctica. Polar Biology, Vol. 33, Issue. 5, p. 627.
Spribille, Toby Pérez-Ortega, Sergio Tønsberg, Tor and Schirokauer, Dave 2017. Lichens and lichenicolous fungi of the Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park, Alaska, in a global biodiversity context. The Bryologist, Vol. 113, Issue. 3, p. 439.
A comparative review of 57 Lepraria species and 2 varieties is provided together with species descriptions and a key. Lecanora leuckertiana is transferred to Lepraria. In addition some putative taxa by different authors are discussed.
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