by J. Cramer in der Gebrüder Borntraeger Verlagsbuchhandlung in Berlin .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 154-158) and index.
|Statement||Alan W. Archer.|
|Series||Bibliotheca lichenologica -- Bd. 94|
|LC Classifications||QK585.G8 A73 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||2008380760|
An account of the lichen genus Graphina (Graphidaceae) in Australia is given. Of the 38 taxa recognised, nineteen are described as new and six are new reports for :// During a field trip to Grande Terre in New Caledonia in , a number of Graphidaceae were collected, among which 23 species that turned out to represent previously undescribed species: Astrochapsa verruculosa Papong, Lucking & Parnmen, differing from A. megaphlyctidioides in the thinner, verrucose thallus and smaller, distinctly chroodiscoid ascomata; Diorygma roseopruinatum Papong, Graphis paradoxa, G. stipitata and G. stenospora var. deficiens are described as new to science and Graphina dimidiata, G. incerta and Graphis longula are reported for the first time from Australia. 2-Methoxypsoromic acid is reported from the Graphidaceae for the first time and is present in Graphis paradoxa, G. elixii and Graphina A well-illustrated page book which gives a good introduction to lichen variety, biology and ecology. Aimed at a general audience. Richardson, DHS. (). The Vanishing Lichens: Their History, Biology and Importance. David & Charles, London. A self-descriptive title of a book aimed at a general ://
A revised classification for the emended family Graphidaceae is proposed, based on recent phylogenetic studies, including the finding that three previously separated families (Asterothyriaceae, Gomphillaceae, Thelotremataceae) are nested within Graphidaceae and in part polyphyletic. The family comprises three major clades which are here delimited as subfamilies Fissurinoideae, Gomphilloideae Lichen family Graphidaceae in Mexico. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael Wirth; Mason E Hale The lichen family Graphidaceae in the Philippines. The 7th IAL Symposium “ Lichens: from genome to ecosystems in a changing world ”, 9th –13th January , Chaophya Park Hotel, Bangkok New combinations in the family Graphidaceae (lichenized Ascomycota: Ostropales) from India - Volume 49 Issue 5 - Pushpi Singh, Krishna Pal Singh Remarkable diversity of the lichen family Graphidaceae in the Amazon rain forest of Rondônia, Brazil. Phytotaxa 87 In Flora of Australia, Volume
Volume 57 is the fifth volume of the Flora of Australia which documents the lichens. Here, we emphasise several speciose and ecologically significant families that colonise the bark of trees and shrubs in monsoon vine forest and in coastal and montane rainforest across northern Australia, viz. Graphidaceae, Phyllopsoraceae, Pyrenulaceae, Thelotremataceae and Trypetheliaceae. In addition Twelve new species of the lichen family Graphidaceae are described from NE Thailand, namely Fissurina niveoalba, with warty paraphyses tips, muriform ascospores and the lack of secondary lichen Staiger, B. () Die Flechtenfamilie Graphidaceae: Studien in Richtung einer natürlicheren Gliederung. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 1 – White, F. J. & James, P. W. () A new guide to microchemical techniques for the identification of lichen :// Taxonomy of the lichen families Graphidaceae and Opegraphaceae in New Zealand. New Zealand J. Bot. 【】 Nakanishi M. Taxonomical studies on the family Graphidaceae of Japan. J. Sci. Hiroshima Univ. Ser. B.,