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New and Additional Lichen Records from Texas. II

Robert S. Egan
The Bryologist
Vol. 80, No. 1 (Spring, 1977), pp. 136-142
DOI: 10.2307/3242519
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3242519
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New and Additional Lichen Records from Texas. II
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Abstract

The lichen species Anzia ornata (Zahlbr.) Asah., Chiodecton montagnaei Tuck., C. sanguineum (Sw.) Vain., Leptotrema polycarpum Müll. Arg., L. santense (Tuck.) Zahlbr., Ocellularia americana Hale, Parmotrema haitiense (Hale) Hale, P. robustum (Degel.) Hale, Thelotrema sanfordianum Zahlbr., Xanthoparmelia hypomelaena (Hale) Hale, X. plittii (Gyeln.) Hale, X. subramigera (Gyeln.) Hale, X. tinctina (Mah. & Gill.) Hale, X. tuesonensis (Nash) Egan, and the genus Roccella are reported for the first time from Texas. Additional Texas records for Dirinaria aspera (Magn.) Awas., Parmotrema endosulphureum (Hillm.) Hale and X. dierythra (Hale) Hale are also listed. A key to the 17 presently reported Texas Xanthoparmeliae is included.

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