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Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia (lichens) in East Africa

Hildur Krog

Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia (lichens) in East Africa

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Published by British Museum (Natural History) in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementHildur Krog & T.D.V. Swinscow.
SeriesBulletin. Botany series / British Museum (Natural History) -- 9/3, Bulletin -- 9/3.
ContributionsSwinscow, Thomas Douglas Victor.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13814829M


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Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia (lichens) in East Africa by Hildur Krog Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hale, Mason E. Monograph of Parmelia, subgenus Amphigymnia. Washington, Smithsonian Institution, COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

The Biodiversity Heritage Library Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia book collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity : United States National Herbarium. Krog, H./ Swinscow, T.D.V. Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia (lichens) in East Africa.

- Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Botany Series 9: – (RLL List # / Rec.# - Recent Literature on Lichens) Index Fungorum; MycoBank; Vernacular names.

Winnem, B Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia in Ethiopia. - Norwegian Jour. Bot. – (RLL List # / Rec.# - Recent Literature on Lichens).

= Parmelia lobulascens J. Steiner () [MB#] Specimen examined (Elix & Schumm ): Mt. Kitanglad, Bukidnon 8 ° 10’N, ° 56’E, m, F. KurokawaNew or noteworthy species of Parmelia, subgenus Amphigymnia (Lichenes) producing alectoronic and α-collatolic acids Bulletin of the Natural Science Museum (Tokyo), series B (Botany), 13 (), pp.

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The Bryologist: ISSN: A Monograph of Parmelia Subgenus Amphigymnia. Article. Jan ; this book begins with four chapters that lay out the theoretical background and.

thereby extended km north from Santa Barbara Co. (Hale & Cole ). Rimelia was segregated from Parmotrema (Hale & Fletcher ) on the basis of rhizine, conidial, apothecial, and chemical characters, and in California Lichens R. reticu/ata appears as Parmotrema.

Book Review Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia (lichens) in East Africa. By Krog Hildur & T. Swinscow [Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Botanical Series, Vol. 9, No.

3.] 26 11 Pp. –, figu tables Studies in the Parmelia borreri group. Svensk Bo-tanisk Tidskrift 59(1): 21 Apr Vertical distribution of cryptogams in a red maple swamp in Connecticut. THE BRYOLOGIST 68(2): 16 Jul Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia book, subgenus Amphigymnia of Japan. Mis-cellanea Bryologica et Lichenologica 3(11): 31 Jul (In Japanese.).

Six. A Monograph of Parmelia Subgenus Amphigymnia by Mason E. Hale, Jr. A Monograph of Parmelia Subgenus Amphigymnia by Mason E. Hale, Jr. ) Review by: Irwin M. Brodo. A monograph of Parmelia, subgenus Amphigymnia / by Mason E.

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This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 36,) Lichen handbook: a guide to the lichens of Eastern. Full text of "Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History)" See other formats.

Hale (), studying Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia, and Yoshimura (, p. ) studying Lobaria, both found a series of other examples. Since the different methods of vegetative dispersal have very unequal taxonomic value, I will briefly discuss special features by: This banner text can have markup.

web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. A monograph of Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia. Contributions from the U.S. National Herbarium Contributions from the U.S. National Herbarium   The Parmelia conspersa group in North America and Europe.

Bryologist Xanthoparmelia subramigera mapped from SE Mo.; described as having "Ozarkian distribution". --> Hale, M. A monograph of Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia.

Contr. Kurokawa, S. (): Enumeration of species of Parmelia in Papua New Guinea. In Studies on Cryptogams of Papua New Guinea (ed.

Kurokawa), pp. – Academia Scientific Book Inc., Tokyo. Kurokawa, S. (): New or noteworthy species of Parmelia, subgenus Amphigymnia (Lichenes) producing alectoronic and α–collatolic acids.

Irwin Brodo of the Canadian Museum of Nature is writing the text, and this is the final year of our photographic fieldwork for the book. We are planning to include vernacular names in the book for the benefit of beginners, interpretive naturalists, and resource managers.

For an excellent discussion of the value of vernacular names, see Pyle (). Awasthi, D.D. A new species of Parmelia from Kodaikanal, south India.

Current Science Awasthi, D.D. On new lichens from the Himalayas-I. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Science Awasthi, D.D. Contributions to the lchen flora of India and Nepal-I. The genus Physcia (Ach.) Vain.

The lichenological history of Saint Lucia is reviewed from published literature and catalogues of herbarium specimens. lichens and 2 lichenicolous fungi are reported. Of these species are known only from single localities in Saint Lucia.

Important herbarium collections were made by Alexander Evans, Henry and Frederick Imshaug, Dag Øvstedal, Emmanuël Cited by: 1. Full text of "Estudos_taxonomicos_Parmotrema_salazinico_baixa_resolucao" See other formats.

A Aptroot author text Cryptogamie, Bryologie et Lichenologie 11 4 Lichen genus Parmelia in India I – Subgenera Parmelia and Amphigymnia. DD Awasthi author text Biological Memoirs 1 Comparative thallus anatomy of two Parmotrema (Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycetes) with reticulate maculae.

Hale, M.E./ Kurokawa, S. Studies on Parmelia subgenus Parmelia. - Contributions from the United States National Herbarium 36(4): [RLL List # 51 / Rec.# ]. MONOGRAPHIAE HERBARII MEDITERRANEI PANORMITANI SUB AUSPICIIS SOCIETATIS BOTANICORUM MEDITERRANEORUM "OPTIMA" NUNCUPATAE EDITAE A copy of almost all of the sources mentioned in this book is in the hands of our group, and hence of the lichenological community worldwide.

Parmelia farinacea Ach. varo canaliculata Clemente. Brusse, F.A. b: A new species of the lichen genus Parmelia (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycotina) from the Blouberg, Northern Transvaal, South Africa, with further notes on southern African lichens.

Mycotaxon – The Bulletin of the British Museum of Natural History states that: "Species of Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia (Vainio) Dodge form one of the major dominant groups of lichens in East Africa. Being large and conspicuous they were frequently collected by both botanists and non-botanists on various expeditions during the 19th century.

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A Monograph of Parmelia Subgenus Amphigymnia A Revision of the South American Species of Parmelia Determined By Lynge Studies on Parmelia Subgenus Parmelia Mason E.

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This is an historical and descriptive account of 28 herbarium specimens, 27 lichens and an alga, found in the archives of Charles Chalcraft, a descen. 植物研究雑誌 THE JOURNAL OF JAPANESE BOTANY 第59 巻 第1号~第12 号 昭和59 年1 月rv12 Vol. 59 (Nos. 1rv12) ]anuaryrvDecember 1 9 8 4 津村研究所. Full text of "Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden" See other formats.

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Enumeration of species of Parmelia in Papua New Guinea. In Studies on cryptogams of Papua New Guinea (S. Kurokawa, ed.). Academic Scientific Book, Tokyo. p [ Links ] KUROKAWA, S. & MOON. This book follows Cuatrecasas (, ) in dividing páramo ideally into three broad zones based on overall altitude and vegetation structure.

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