Lecanoraceae

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The Lecanoraceae are a family of lichenized fungi in the order Lecanorales. Species of this family have a widespread distribution.[4]

Taxonomy

Lecanoraceae was circumscribed by German lichenologist Gustav Wilhelm Körber in 1855.[5]

Genera

According to a 2017 estimate, Lecanoraceae contains 791 species distributed amongst 25 genera.[6]

References

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  7. ^ a b Hafellner J. (1984). "Studien in Richtung einer natürlichen Gliederung der Sammelfamilien Lecanoracae und Lecideaceae". Beihefte zur Nova Hedwigia (in German). 79: 241–371.
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  10. ^ Poelt, J. (1983). "Bryonora, eine neue Gattung der Lecanoraceae". Nova Hedwigia (in German). 38: 73–111.
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  14. ^ Kalb, K. (1994). "Frutidella, eine neue Flechtengattung für Lecidea caesioatra Schaerer". Hoppea Denkschrift der Regensburgischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft (in German). 55: 581–586.
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  20. ^ Rodriguez Flakus, Pamela; Printzen, Christian (2014). "Palicella, a new genus of lichenized fungi and its phylogenetic position within Lecanoraceae". The Lichenologist. 46 (4): 535–552. doi:10.1017/S0024282914000127.
  21. ^ Choisy, M. (1929). "Genres nouveaux pour la lichénologie dans le groupe des Lecanoracées". Bulletin de la Société Botanique de France (in French). 76: 521–527.
  22. ^ Schneider, R. (1979). "Die Flechtengattung Psora sensu Zahlbruckner". Bibliotheca Lichenologica (in German). 13: 128.
  23. ^ Davydov, Evgeny A.; Yakovchenko, Lidia S.; Hollinger, Jason; Bungartz, Frank; Parrinello, Christian; Printzen, Christian (2021). "The new genus Pulvinora (Lecanoraceae) for species of the 'Lecanora pringlei' group, including the new species Pulvinora stereothallina". The Bryologist. 124 (2). doi:10.1639/0007-2745-124.2.242.
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  27. ^ Kilias, H. (1981). "Revision gesteinbewohnender Sippen der Flechtengattung Catillaria Massal. in Europa (Lecanorales, Lecideaceae)". Herzogia (in German). 5 (3–4): 209–448.
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Lecanoraceae: Brief Summary

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The Lecanoraceae are a family of lichenized fungi in the order Lecanorales. Species of this family have a widespread distribution.

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