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Acarospora nicolai (Acarosporaceae), a Rediscovered Species

Kerry Knudsen and Caleb A. Morse
The Bryologist
Vol. 112, No. 1 (Spring, 2009), pp. 147-151
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20485782
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Acarospora nicolai (Acarosporaceae), a Rediscovered Species
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Abstract

Acarospora nicolai is revised and a lectotype designated. Acarospora caesiofusca is made a synonym of A. nicolai and a lectotype is designated. Acarospora nicolai is a pruinose brown crustose species containing gyrophoric acid and occurs in Mexico (Puebla) and the United States (Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas) on sandstone.

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