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Greater Sonoran Desert Lichen Flora: Publications


Publications related to the Greater Sonoran Desert Lichen Flora Project as a whole, last updated September, 2005

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YEAR 2005

Ertz, D., Christnach, C., Wedin, M. and Diederich, P. 2005. A world monograph of the genus Plectocarpon (Roccellaceae, Arthoniales). Bibliotheca Lichenologica (in press)

Knudsen, K. 2005a. Polysporina lapponica in southern California. Opuscula Philolichenum 2: 17-20.

Knudsen, K. 2005b. Acarospora epilutescens rediscovered. Opuscula Philolichenum 2: 11-13.

Schultz, M. 2005a. An overview of the genus Lichinella in southwestern United States and NW Mexico, and the new species Lichinella granulosa. Bryologist 108(4): (in press)

Schultz, M. 2005b. Pterygiopsis cava and P. mutabilis, two new species from SW North America and NW Mexico. Bryologist 109: (in press)

Schultz, M. and Büdel, B. 2005. Phloeopeccania anemoides, a new lichen species from Baja California Sur and Sinaloa, Mexico. Bryologist 108: (in press)


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YEAR 2004

Bungartz, F. & Fryday, A.M. 2004. Buellia saurina belongs to the genus Rhizocarpon (Rhizocarpaceae, lichenized Ascomycetes). The Bryologist 107: 75-78.

Bungartz, F. 2004. New and previously unrecorded saxicolous species of Buellia s.l. with one-septate ascospores from the Greater Sonoran Desert Region. Mycotaxon 90: 81-123.

Bungartz, F., Elix, J.A. and Nash III, T.H. 2004. The genus Buellia sensu lato in the greater Sonoran Desert region: saxicolous species with one-septate ascospores containing xanthones. Bryologist 107: 459-479.

Bungartz, F., Garvie, L.A.J. and Nash III, T.H. 2004. Anatomy of the endolithic Sonoran Desert lichen Verrucaria rubrocincta Breuss: implications for biodeterioration and biomineralization. Lichenologist 36: 55-73.

Bungartz, F. and Nash III, T.H. 2004. Buellia subalbula (Nyl.) M?ll. Arg. and B. amabilis de Lesd., two species from North America with one-septate ascospores: A comparison with Buellia [?Diplotomma?] venusta (K?rb.) Lettau. Pp 49-66 in P. D?bbeler and G. Rambold (eds.) Contributions to Lichenology. Festschrift in Honour of Hannes Hertel. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 88. J. Cramer: Berlin & Stuttgart.

Bungartz, F. and Nash III, T.H. 2004. Buellia turgescens is synonymous with Buellia badia and must not be included in Amandinea. Bryologist 107: 21-27.

Bungartz, F. and Nash III, T.H. 2004. The Buellia aethalea-group in the greater Sonoran Desert Region with reference to similar species in North America. Bryologist 107: 441-458.

Bungartz, F., Nash III, T.H., and Ryan, B.D. 2004. Morphology and anatomy of chasmolithic versus epilithic growth: a taxonomic revision of inconspicuous saxicolous Buellia species from the Sonoran Desert Region generally ascribed to the ?Buellia punctata? group. Canad. J. Bot. 82: 540-562.

Clerc, P. 2004. Notes on the genus Usnea Adanson. II. Pp 79-90 in P. D?bbeler and G. Rambold (eds.) Contributions to Lichenology. Festschrift in Honour of Hannes Hertel. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 88. J. Cramer: Berlin & Stuttgart.

Ertz, D., Diederich, P. and Miadlikowska, J. 2004. The lichenicolous Opegrapha species (Roccellaceae, Ascomycota) with 3-septate ascospores on Pertusaria and Ochrolechia. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 144: 235-241.

Knudsen, K. 2004. A preliminary study of Acarospora smaragdula var. lesdainii in California. Opuscula Philolichenum 1: 21-24

Nash III, T.H., Elix, J.A. and Herrera-Campos, M.A. 2004. Preliminary treatment of Xanthoparmelia for Mexico. Symb. Bot. Ups. 34: 239-326.

Nash III, T.H., B.D. Ryan, P. Diederich, C. Gries and F. Bungartz (eds.) 2004. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region. Vol. II. (pp. 742 ? covering over 110 genera and almost 700 species plus 53 genera of lichenicolous fungi and over 100 species). Lichen Unlimited: Tempe, AZ.

Printzen, C. and Kantvilas, G. 2004. Hertelidea, genus novum Stereocaulacearum (Ascomycetes lichenisati). Pp 539-553 in P. D?bbeler and G. Rambold (eds.) Contributions to Lichenology. Festschrift in Honour of Hannes Hertel. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 88. J. Cramer: Berlin & Stuttgart.

Sparrius, L.B. 2004. A monograph of Enterographa and Sclerophyton. Bibl. Lichenologica 89: 1-141.

Westberg, M. 2004. Vezdaea rheocarpa new to North America. Mycotaxon 89: 153-154.

Wetmore, C.M. 2004. The isidiate corticolous Caloplaca species in North and Central America. Bryologist 107: 284-292.

Wetmore, C.M. 2004. The sorediate corticolous species of Caloplaca in North and Central America. Bryologist 107: 505-520.


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YEAR 2003

Aptroot, A. 2003. A new perspective on the sorediate Punctelia (Parmeliaceae) species of North America. Bryologist 106: 317-319.

Diederich, P. 2003. New species and new records of American lichenicolous fungi. Herzogia 16: 41-90.

Egan, R.S. 2003. What is the lichen Parmelia graminicola B. de Lesd.? Bryologist 106: 314-316.

Esslinger, T.E. 2003. Tuckermanella, a new cetrarioid genus in western North America. Mycotaxon 85: 135-141.

Heiðmarsson, S. 2003. Molecular study of Dermatocarpon miniatum (Verrucariales) and allied taxa. Mycological Research 107: 459-468.

Leuckert, C. and Hertel, H. 2003. On the Lecidea atrobrunnea complex (Lecanorales, Lecideaceae) in the Americas I. Introduction and chemistry. Pp. 13-31 in M. Jensen (ed.) Lichenological Contributions in Honour of G.B. Feige. J. Cramer: Berlin & Stuttgart.

Lumbsch, H.T., Messuti, M.I. and Nash III, T.H. 2003. Ochrolechia splendens (Pertusariaceae), a new species from south-western North America. Lichenologist 35: 387-391.

Lumbsch, H.T., Messuti, M.I., Nash III, T.H. 2003. New or overlooked species in the Lecanora subfusca group in southwestern North America (Lecanorales, Ascomycotina). Bryologist 106: 552-559.

Schultz, M. and Büdel, B. 2003. On the systematic position of the genus Heppia. Lichenologist 35: 151-156.

Wetmore, C.M. 2003. The Caloplaca squamosa group in North and Central America. Bryologist 106: 147-156.


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YEAR 2002

Bungartz, F., Scheidegger, C and Nash III, T.H. 2002. Buellia dispersa A. Massal., a diverse lichen species from semi-arid to arid environments of North America and Europe. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 82: 19-35.

Diederich, P., Zhurbenko, M. and Etayo, J. 2002. The lichenicolous species of Odontotrema (syn. Lethariicola) (Ascomycota, Ostropales). Lichenologist 34: 479-501.

Hafellner, J., Triebel, D., Ryan, B.D., and Nash III, T.H. 2002. On lichenicolous fungi from North America II. Mycotaxon. 84: 293 - 329.

Kashiwadani, H. and Nash III, T.H. 2002. New species of the genus Ramalina (Ascomycotina: Ramalinaceae) from the Sonoran Desert. Mycotaxon 83: 385-389.

McCune, B., Camacho, F. and Ponzetti, J. 2002. Three new species of Trapeliopsis on soil in western North America. Bryologist 105: 78-85.

Nash III, T.H., Gries, C. and G. Rambold, G. 2002. Lichen Floras: Past and Future for North America. Bryologist 105: 635-640.

Nash III, T.H., Ryan, B.D. Gries, C. and Bungartz, F. (eds.) 2002. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region. Vol. I. Tempe: Lichens Unlimited, pp. 532.

Schoeninger, R., Gries, C., and Nash III, T.H. 2002. Herbarium databases: creation and maintenance. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 82: 291-299.

Schultz, M. and Büdel, B. 2002. Key to the genera of the Lichinaceae. Lichenologist 34: 39-62.

Sheard, J.W. and Mayrhofer, H. 2002. New species of Rinodina (Physciaceae, Lichenized Ascomycetes) from western North America. Bryologist 105: 645-672.

Søchting, U., Kärnefelt, I. and Kondratyuk, S.Y. 2002. Revision of Xanthomendoza (Teloschistaceae, Lecanorales) based on morphology, anatomy, secondary metabolites, and molecular data. Mitteillung des Instituts Allgemeine Botanik, Hamburg 30-32: 225-240.

Staiger, B. 2002. Die Flechtenfamilie Graphidaceae. Studien in Richtung einer nat?rlicheren Gliederung. Bibl. Lichenologr. 85: 1-526.


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YEAR 2001

Herrera-Campos, M.A., Nash III, T.H. and Zambrano Garcia, A. 2001. Preliminary study of the Usnea fragilescens aggregate in Mexico. Bryologist 104: 235-259.

Lindblom, L. 2001. Xanthoria tenuiloba, a new lichen species from Baja California, Mexico. Mycotaxon 80: 375-380.

Mayrhofer, H., Sheard, J.W., Grassler, M.C. and Elix, J.A. 2001. Rinodina intermedia (Physciaceae, lichenized Ascomycetes): a well-characterized species with submuriform ascospores. Bryologist 104: 456-563.

Navarro-Rosinés, P., Gaya, E. and Hladun, N.L. 2001. Caloplaca nashii sp. nov. (Teloschistaceae, Lichenes), a North American species of the C. lacteal-group growing in caliche. Mycotaxon 79: 29-41.

Navarro-Rosinés, P. and Etayo, J. 2001. Lichenochora epinashii sp. nov. y L. sinapispermae sp. nov. (Phyllachorales, Acomicetes), dos nuevos hongos liquenícolas sobre Caloplaca. Cryptogamic Mycolology 22: 147-158.

Printzen, C. 2001. Corticolous and lignicolous species of Lecanora (Lecanoraceae, Lecanorales) with usnic or isousnic acid in the Sonoran Desert region. Bryologist 104: 382-409.

Wetmore, C.M. 2001. The Caloplaca citrina group in North and Central America. Bryologist 104: 1-11.

Timdal, E 2001. Hypocenomyce oligospora and H. sierrae, two new lichen species. - Mycotaxon 77: 445-453.


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YEAR 2000 

Ahti, T. 2000. Cladoniaceae. Flora Neotropica Monograph 78: 1-362.

Breuss, O. 2000a. Eine ungew?hnliche Endocarpon-Art (Licheniserte Ascomyceten, (Verrucariales) aus Mexiko. ?sterr. Z. Pilzk. 9: 147-149.

Breuss, O. 2000b. New taxa of pyrenocarpous lichens from the Sonoran region. Bryologist 103: 705-709.

Breuss, O. 2000c. New taxa of pyrenocarpous lichens from the Sonoran region. The Bryologist 103: 705-709.

Diederich, P. and Etayo, J. 2000. A synopsis of the genera Skyttea, Llimoniella and Rhymbocarpus (lichenicolous Ascomycota, Leotiales). Lichenologist 32: 423-485.

Esslinger, T. L. 2000. Culbersonia americana, a rare new lichen (Ascomycota) from western America. The Bryologist 103: 771-773.

J?rgensen, P. M. 2000a. Survey of the lichen family Pannariaceae on the American continent, north of Mexico. The Bryologist 103: 670-704.

J?rgensen, P. M. 2000b. New or interesting Parmeliella species from the Andes and Central America. Lichenologist 32: 139-147.

Marbach, B. 2000. Corticole und lignicole Arten der Flechtengattung Buellia sensu lato in den Subtropen und Tropen. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 74: 1-394.

Ryan, B.D., Nash III, T.H., Hafellner, J., Moberg, R., Tibell, L., Ahti, T. and Breuss, O. 2000. New records of lichens from M?xico. Nova Hedwigia: 79: 79-106.

Schultz, M., C. Printzen and C. Scheidegger. 2000. Harpidium nashii sp. nov., a new species and a genus new to North America. The Bryologist 103: 802-805.

Sliwa, L. and Wetmore, C.M. 2000. Notes on the Lecanora varia group in North America. Bryologist 103: 475-492.


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YEAR 1999 

Bratt, C. 1999: Additions to the lichen flora of San Clemente Island, California. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 6: 19-21.

Doell, J., Tanka, S. and Robertson, J. 1999. Lichens of the Sweeney Granite Mountains Desert Research Center and environs. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 6: 8-12.

Elix, J.A. and Nash III, T.H. 1999. Two new species of Xanthoparmelia (Ascomycotina, Parmelaceae) from North America. Mycotaxon 71: 417-422.

Hafellner, J. and Calatayud, V. 1999. Lichenostigma cosmopolites, a common lichenicolous fungus on Xanthoparmelia species. Mycotaxon 72: 107-114.

Lumbsch, H.T., Nash III, T.H. and Messuti, M.I. 1999. A revision of Pertusaria species with hyaline ascospores in southwestern North America (Pertusariales, Accomycotina). Bryologist 102: 215-239.

Moberg, R. and Nash III, T.H. 1999. The genus Heterodermia in the Sonoran Desert area. Bryologist 102: 1-14.

Nash III, T.H., Schramm, R.T., Herrera, M. and B.D. Ryan. 1999. Lichenes Exsiccati, Fasc. 13 (No. 301-325) and Fasc. 14 (No. 326-350). Tempe: Arizona State University.

Nordin, A. 1999. Buellia species with pluriseptate spores: new and unrecorded species in North America. Bryologist 102: 249-264.

Printzen, C. 1999. Japewiella gen. nov., a new lichen genus and a new species from Mexico. Bryologist 102: 714-719.

Wetmore, C.M. 1999. Four new species of Caloplaca from Mexico. Bryologist 102: 99-103.

Wetmore, C.M. and Kaernefelt, E.I. 1999. What is Caloplaca cinnabarina? Bryologist 102: 683-691.

Zambrano, A., Nash III, T.H. and Gries, C. 1999. Physiological effects of the Mexico City atmosphere on lichen transplants on oaks. Journal of Environmental Quality: 28: 1548-1555.


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YEAR 1998 

Ahti, T. and Guzman-Davalos, L. 1998. Cladonia jaliscana, a new lichen species from Mexico. Pp. 21-24 in Glenn, M.G., R.C. Harris and M.S. Cole (eds.) Lichenographia Thomsoniana: North American Lichenology in Honor of John W. Thomson. Ithaca: Mycotaxon, Ltd.

Breuss, O. 1998. On the taxonomy of ?Catapyrenium? plumbeum (lichenized Ascomycetes, Verrucariaceae). Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien 100B: 671-676.

Esslinger, T.L. and C. Bratt. 1998. The Heterodermia erinacea group in North America, and a remarkable new disjunct distribution. Pp. 25-36 in Glenn, M.G., R.C. Harris and M.S. Cole (eds.) Lichenographia Thomsoniana: North American Lichenology in Honor of John W. Thomson. Ithaca: Mycotaxon, Ltd.

Herrera, M. de los A., Clerc, P. and Nash III, T.H. 1998. Pendulous Usneae from the temperate forests in Mexico. Bryologist 101: 303-329.

Kaernefelt, E.I. 1998. Problems related to the marine lobate and subfruticose species of Caloplaca. Folia Cryptog. Estonica.32: 27-35.

Lohtander, K., Myllys, L., Sundin, R., Kaellerjoe, R. and Tehler, A. 1998. The species pair concept in the lichen Dendrographa leucophaea (Arthoniales): Analyses based on ITS sequences. Bryologist 101: 404-411.

Nash III, T.H. and M. Herrera-Campos. 1998. Lichenes Exsiccati, Fasc. 11 (No. 251-275) and Fasc. 12 (No. 276-300). Tempe: Arizona State University.

Nash III, T.H. and Sigal, L.L. 1998. Epiphytic lichens in the San Bernardino Mountains in relation to oxidant gradients . Chapter 9, pp. 223-234. in Miller, P. and McBride, J. (eds.) Air Pollution Impacts in the Montane Forests of Southern California: A Case Study of the: San Bernardino Mountains. Ecological Studies vol. 134 New York Springer Verlag.

Wetmore, C.M. and E.I. Karnefelt. 1998. The lobate and subfruticose species of Caloplaca in North and Central America. Bryologist 101: 230-255.


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YEAR 1997 

Aptroot, A. 1997. Corticolous pyrenocarpous ascomycetes (lichenized and non-lichenized) from the Sonoran Desert (Arizona and Mexico). Nova Hedwigia 64: 169-176.

Bratt, C. 1997. Lichens of Cabrillo National Monument, Point Loma, San Diego. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 4: 1-3.

Clerc, P. and M.A. Herrera-Campos. 1997. Saxicolous species of Usnea (Lichenized Ascomycetes) in North America. Bryologist 100: 281-301. (won an award from the American Bryological and Lichenological Society as the best systematic paper of the year).

Egea, J. and P. Torrente. 1997. Graphis saxorum (lichenized Ascomycotina, Graphidaceae) a new species from California and Baja California. Bryologist 100: 207-209.

Ekman, S. 1997. The genus Cliostomum revisited. Symbolae Botanicae Uppsalienses. 32: 17-28..

Jorgensen, P.M. 1997. Further notes on hairy Leptogium species. Symbolae Botanicae Uppsalienses. 32: 113-130.

Lindblom, L. 1997. The genus Xanthoria in North America. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 83: 75-172.

Lumbsch, H.T. Pluemper, M., Guderley, R and Feige, G.B. 1997. The corticolous species of Lecanora sensu stricto with pruinose discs. Symbolae Botanicae Uppsalienses. 32: 131-162.

Moberg, R. 1997. The lichen genus Physcia in the Sonoran Desert and adjacent areas. Acta Universitatis Uppsalienses . Symbolae Botanicae Uppsalienses. 32: 163-186.

Nash III, T.H. and Hertel, H. 1997. Lecanora comonduensis (Lecanorales: Leconoracaee), a new species of lichenized fungi from the Sonoran Desert region. Bryologist 100: 377-379.

Nash III, T.H., Ryan, B.D., Davis, W.C., Breuss, O., Hafellner, J., Lumbsch, H.T., Moberg, R. and Tibell, L. 1997. Additions to the lichen flora of Arizona IV. Bryologist 101: 93-99.

Nimis, P.L. and M. Tretiach. 1997. A revision of Tornabea, a genus of fruticose lichens new to North America. Bryologist 100: 217-225.

Ryan, B.D. and Nash III, T.H. 1997. Systematics of Lecanora subgenus Placodium (lichenizied Ascomycotina) in North America: an overview with keys. Nova Hedwigia 64: 111-127.

Ryan, B.D. and Nash III, T.H. 1997. Placodioid taxa of Lecanoraceae sensu Zahlbr. (lichenized Ascomycotina) in North America: Taxa excluded from Lecanora subg. Placodium. Nova Hedwigia 64: 393-420.

Tavares, I.I. 1997. Lecania cyathiformis, a forgotten California lichen. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 4: 11.

Tehler, A. and J.M. Egea. 1997. The phylogeny of Lecanactis (Opegraphaceae). Lichenologist 29: 397-414.

Tehler, A., K. Lohtander, L. Myllys, and R. Sundin. 1997. On the identity of the genera Hubbsia and Reinkella (Roccellaceae). Acta Universitatis Uppsalienses . Symbolae Botanicae Uppsalienses. 32: 255-265.


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YEAR 1996 

Bowler, P.A., W.A. Weber and R.E. Riefner, Jr. 1996. A checklist of the lichens of San Clemente Island, California. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 3: 1-8.

Breuss, O. 1996. Revision der Flechtengattung Placidiopsis (Verrucariaceae). Osterreich Zeitschrift fuer Pilzkunde 5: 65-94.

Ekman, S. 1996. The corticolous and lignicolous species of Bacidia and Bacidina in North America. Opera Botanica. 127: 1-148.

Matzer, M., H. Mayrhofer, A. Wippel and J.A. Elix. 1996. Dimelaena radiata (Physciaceae, Lecanorales) and its lichenicolous fungus Endococcus buelliae (Verrucariales). Bryologist 99: 450-456.

Nash III, T.H., B. Kantrud and M. Herrera. 1996. Lichenes Exsiccati, Fasc. 9 (No. 201-225) and Fasc. 10 (No. 226-250). Tempe: Arizona State University.

Navvaro-Rosines, P. and J. Hafellner. 1996. Lichenostigma elongata spec. nov. (Dothideales) a lichenicolous ascomycete on Lobothallia and species. Mycotaxon 57: 211-225.

Rambold, G., H. Sipman and H. Hertel. 1996. A new species of Miriquidica from the coastal desert in Baja California. Mycotaxon 58: 319-324.

Spjut, R.W. 1996. Niebla and Vermilacinia (Ramalinaceae) from California and Baja California. - Sida, Botanical Miscellany 14: 1-208.

Sundin, R. and A. Tehler. 1996. The genus Dendrographa (Rocellaceae). Bryologist 99: 19-31.

Thell, A. and T. Goward. 1996. The new cetrarioid genus Kaernefeltia and related groups in the Parmeliaceae (Lichenized Ascomycotina). Bryologist 99: 125-136.

Tibell, L. 1996. Caliciales. Flora Neotropica Monograph 69: 1-79.

Tretiach, M., M. Giralt and A. Vezda. 1996. Gyalideopsis mexicana, a new lichen species from Chihuahua, Mexico. Bryologist 99: 236-239.

Tretiach, M. and A. Henssen. 1996. Paulia caespitosa sp. nov. and P. wrightii comb. nov. (Lichinaceae, Ascomycotina). Mycotaxon 57: 359-369. 

Wetmore, C.M. 1996. The Caloplaca sideritis group in North and Central America. Bryologist 99: 292-314. 


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YEAR 1995 

Aptroot, A. and Boom, P.P.G. van den 1995 Strigula lateralis spec. nov. with notes on the genus Julella (ascomycetes). Mycotaxon 56: 1-8.

Arup, U. 1995. Eight species of Caloplaca in coastal western North America. Bryologist 98: 92-111.

Arup, U. 1995. Littoral species of Caloplaca in North America: a summary and key. Bryologist 98: 129-140.

Bowler, P.A. and Riefner, R.E., Jr 1995: Notes on the Ramalinaceae and current related research in California, U.S.A. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 2: 1-5.

Bratt, C. and Wright, D. 1995: Toninia in California. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 2: 5-7.

Egea, J.M. and Torrente, P. 1995. The lichen genus Sclerophyton in the Sonoran Desert. Bryologist 98: 129-140.

Egea, J.M. and Torrente, P. 1995. Especies saxicolas del genero Arthonia (Arthoniaceae) en areas costeras de California y Baja California (Estados Unidos y Mexico). In: Daniels, F.J.A., Schulz, M. and Peine, J. (eds.) Flechten Follmann. Contributions to lichenology in honor of Gerhard Follmann. Dpt. Bot. Univ. Cologne, Germany. pp. 193-204.

Elix, J.A. and Naidu, R. 1995. Identification of some minor dibenzofurans in the lichen Combea californica. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 57: 117-125.

Henssen, A. 1995. The new lichen family Gloeoheppiaceae and its genera Gloeoheppia, Pseudopeltula and Gudelia (Lichenales). Lichenologist 27: 261-290.

Kalb, K. and Staiger, B. 1995. Rindenbewohnende Arten der Flectengattung Ophioparma in Amerika. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 58: 191-198.

Knoph, J.-G. and Schmidt, R. 1995. Untersuchungen einer Arten der Gattung Lecidella mit Hochdruckfluessigkeitschromatographie unter besonderer Beruecksichtigung von epiphytischen Proben. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 57: 307-326.

Lumbsch, T.H. and Nash III, T.H. 1995. New species and new records of Lecanora s. str. from western North America. Bryologist 98: 398-401.

Nash III, T.H. and B. Kantrud. 1995. Lichenes Exsiccati, Fasc. 7 (No. 151-175) and Fasc. 8 (No. 176-200). Tempe: Arizona State University.

Riefner, R.E. and Bowler, P.A. 1995: Niebla tuberculata (Ramalinaceae): a new lichen from California. Mycotaxon 54: 397-401.

Riefner, R.E., Bowler, P.A. and Ryan, B.D. 1995: New and interesting records of lichens from California. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 2: 2-11.

Ryan, B.D. and Nash III, T.H. 1995. Lecanora sect. Petrasterion (Lichenized Ascomycotina) in North America: Lecanora pueblae sp. nov., from Mexico and Lecanora kofae sp. nov., from Arizona. Mycotaxon 53: 479-488.

Spjut, R.W. 1995. Vermilacinia (Ramalinaceae, Lecanorales), a new genus of lichens. In: Daniels, F.J.A.,Schulz, M. and Peine, J. (eds.): Flechten Follmann. Contributions to lichenology in Honour of Gerhard Follmann. Geobotanical and Phytotaxonomical Study Group, Botanical Institute, University of Cologne, Cologne pp. 337-351.

Spjut, R.W. 1995. Occurrence of Mobergia calculiformis (Physciaceae, Lecanorales) in the northern Vizcaino Desert of Baja California, Mexico. In: Daniels, F.J.A.,Schulz, M. and Peine, J. (eds.): Flechten Follmann. Contributions to lichenology in Honour of Gerhard Follmann. Geobotanical and Phytotaxonomical Study Group, Botanical Institute, University of Cologne, Cologne pp. 475-482.

Staiger, B. and Kalb, K. 1995: Haematomma-studien. I. Die Flechtengattung Haematomma. - Bibliotheca Lichenologica 59: 1-198.

Tehler, A, G.B. Feige and H.T. Lumbsch. 1995. Dirina mexicana, a new species from the Sonoran Desert of Mexico. Lichenologist 27: 255-260.

Triebel, D., Rambold, G. and Elix, J.A. 1995. A conspectus of the genus Phacopsis (Lecanorales). Bryologist 98: 71-83.


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YEAR 1994 

Bowler, P.A., Riefner, R.E., Rundel, P.W., Marsh, J, and Nash III, T.H. 1994. New species of Niebla (Ramalinaceae) from western North America. Phytologia 77: 23-37.

Boykin, M.A. and Nash III, T.H. 1994. The lichen flora of Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. J. Ariz.-Nev. Acad. Sci. 28: 59-69.

Breuss, O. and McCune, B. 1994. Additions to the pyrenolichen flora of North America. Bryologist 97: 365-370.

Egea, J.M. Torrente, P. 1994: El G?nero de Hongos Liquenizados Lecanactis (Ascomycotina). ? Bibliotheca Lichenologica, 54: 1-205.

Esslinger, T.L. 1994. New species and new combinations in the lichen genus Physconia in North America. Mycotaxon 51: 91-99.

Henssen, A. 1994.Contribution to the morphology and species delimitation in Heppia sensu stricto (lichenized Ascomycotina). Acta Bot. Fennica 150: 57-73.

J?rgensen, P. M. 1994. Studies in the lichen family Pannariaceae VI: the taxonomy and phytogeography of Pannaria Del. s. lat. Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 76: 197-206.

Kashiwadani, H. and Nash III, T.H. 1994. New or noteworthy species of the genus Ramalina (lichens) from northern Mexico. Acta Bot. Fennica 150: 87-92.

Marsh, J.E. and Nash III, T.H. 1994. A new lichen species, Niebla cedrosensis (Ramalinaceae), is described from Baja California, Mexico. Phytologia 76: 458-460.

Nimis, P.L., M. Tretiach and J. Poelt. 1994. Caloplaca wetmorei, a new lichen species from western North America. Bryologist 97: 182-185.

Riefner, R.E. and Bowler, P.A. 1994: Ramalina puberulenta: a new lichen from California. Mycotaxon 52: 247-257.

Riefner, R.E. and Bowler, P.A. 1994. Ramalina baltica and Ramalina canariensis in North America. Mycotaxon 51: 495-501.

Wetmore, C.M. 1994. The lichen genus Caloplaca in North and Central America with brown or black apothecia. Mycologia 86: 813-838.


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YEAR 1993 

Arup, U. 1993. Caloplaca luteominia and C. bolanderi in western North America. Bryologist 96: 463-470.

Bratt, C.C. 1993: The lichen flora of Santa Barbara Island, California. In: Hochberg, F.G. (ed.): Third California Islands. Symposium: Recent Advances in Research on the California Islands. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara, California pp. 59-63.

B?del, B.and Nash III, T.H. 1993. A new species of the lichen genus Peltula from the Sonoran Desert. Lichenologist 25: 279-284.

Egea, J.M. and P. Torrente. 1993. Cresponea, a new genus of lichenized fungi in the order Arthoniales (Ascomycotina). Mycotaxon 48: 301-331.

Egea, J.M. and P. Torrente. 1993. The lichen genus Bactrospora. Lichenologist 25: 211-255.

Hafellner, J. 1993. Acarospora and Pleopsidum - zwei lichenisierte Ascomycetengattungen (Lecanorales) mit zahlreichen Konvergenzen. Nova Hedwigia 56: 281-305.

Hammer, S. 1993. A revision of Cladonia section Perviae in the western United States. Bryologist 96: 299-309.

Lumbsch, HT 1993: Studien ?ber die Flechtengattung Diploschistes I. - Nova Hedwigia 56: 227-236.

Poelt, J. and Nash III, T.H. 1993. Studies in the Umbilicaria vellea Group (Umbilicariaceae) in North America. Bryologist 96: 422-430.

Ryan, B.D. and Nash III. T.H. 1993. Lecanora sect. Placodium (Lichenized Ascomycotina in North America: Lecanora mazatzalensis Ryan & Nash, sp. nov., and Lecanora laatokkaensis (Raesaenen) Poelt. Cryptogamic Botany 3: 264-269.

Ryan, B.D. and Nash III, T.H. 1993. Lecanora section Placodium (Lichenized Ascomycotina) in North America: new taxa in the L. garovaglii group. Bryologist 96: 288-298.

Tehler, A 1993. The genus Schismatomma (Arthoniales, Euascomycetidae). Opera Botanica 118: 1-38.

Tehler, A. 1993. Schismatomma and three new or reinstated genera, a reassessment of generic relationships in Arthoniales. Cryptogamic Botany 3: 139-151.

Tehler, A. 1993. The genus Sigridea (Roccellaceae, Arthoniales, Euascomycetidae). Nova Hedwigia 57: 417-435.

Tehler, A. 1993. Two former Schismatomma species transferred to Opegrapha (Opegraphaceae, Arthoniales). Bryologist 96: 219-222.

Weber, W.A. 1993. The lichen flora of Guadalupe Island, Mexico. In: Hochberg, F.G. (ed.): Third California Islands. Symposium: Recent Advances in Research on the California Islands. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara, California pp. 65-71.


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YEAR 1992 

Arup, U. 1992. Caloplaca marina and C. rosei, two difficult species in North America. Bryologist 95: 148-160.

Arup, U. 1992. Caloplaca stantonii sp. nov. and its relationship to Caloplaca bolacina and other lobate to squamulose species in North America. Bryologist 95: 449-457.

Egea, J.M. and P. Torrente. 1992. Two new species of Lecanactis from Baja California. Bryologist 95: 161-165.

Hawksworth, D.L. and Kalb, K. 1992. A new species of Ascochyta on Candelariella aurella from Baja California, Mexico. Bryologist 95: 338-339.

Mayrhofer, H, J.W. Sheard and M. Matzer. 1992. Mobergia (Physciaceae, lichenized Ascomycetes), a new genus endemic to western North America. 95: 436-442.

McCune, B. and Rosentreter, R. 1992. Texosporium sancti-jacobi, a rare western North 
American lichen. Bryologist 95: 329-333.


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YEAR 1991 

Kalb, K. 1991. Lichenes Neotropici. Fasicle 12 (No. 476-525). Neumarkt/OPf.

Ryan, B.D. and T.H. Nash III. 1991. Lecanora sect. Petrasterion (lichenized Ascomycotina) in North America: Notes on the L. novomexicana complex (Subsect. Pseudocorticatae). Mycotaxon 41: 57-65.

Thomson, J.W. 1991. The lichen genus Staurothele in North America. Bryologist 94: 351-367.

Timdal, E. 1991. A monograph of the genus Toninia (Lecideaceae, Ascomycetes). Opera Botanica 110: 1-137.

Triebel, D., G. Rambold and T.H. Nash III. 1991. On lichenicolous fungi from continental North America. Mycotaxon 42: 263-296.


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