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On the Monophyly of Lecanactis (Arthoniales) and the Transfer of Eight Species from Schismatomma
Bd. 22, H. 1/2 (Dec. 2, 1992), pp. 201-214
Published by: Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum, Berlin-Dahlem
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3996881
Page Count: 14
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The genus Lecanactis is shown to be a monophyletic group, characterized by the thin tomentose - like structure of its thallus, the dark brown proper exciple hyphae laterally becoming paler, and the presence of dibenzofurans. Eight taxa, formerly included in Schismatomma, are transferred to Lecanactis, i.e. L. elaeocarpa, L. epileuca, L. flavidosella, L. flaviseda, L. fraudans, L. homoeoides, L. inferius, and L. subattingens, and illustrated. Chiodecton mattogrossense is found to be a taxomomic synomym of Lecanactis elaeocarpa.
Willdenowia © 1992 Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum, Berlin-Dahlem