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Buellia subericola, a new species with triseptate ascospores from the Iberian Peninsula

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 June 2013

Mireia GIRALT
Affiliation:
Departament de Bioquímica i Biotecnologia (Àrea de Botànica), Facultat d'Enologia de Tarragona, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Marcel·lí Domingo s/n, 43007, Tarragona, Spain. Email: mireia.giralt@urv.cat
Pieter P. G. VAN DEN BOOM
Affiliation:
Arafura 16, 5691 J.A, Son, the Netherlands

Abstract

Buellia subericola, a new corticolous species characterized by a brown, blastidiate thallus without secondary chemistry and triseptate to occasionally submuriform ascospores, is described from the southern Iberian Peninsula. The species occurs on Quercus suber in grass-woodlands of cork-oak in the mesomediterranean belt with a warm mediterranean climate and oceanic influence. It is compared with other known Buellia s. lat. taxa which also reproduce asexually and have similar ascospores.

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