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Lecanographa uniseptata, a new species from Gabon and Guatemala (Ascomycota, Arthoniales)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  25 March 2010

Damien ERTZ
Affiliation:
National Botanic Garden, Domaine de Bouchout, B-1860 Meise, Belgium. Email: damien.ertz@br.fgov.be
Pieter P. G. van den BOOM
Affiliation:
Arafura 16, NL-5691 JA Son, the Netherlands.
Anders TEHLER
Affiliation:
Naturhistoriska riksmuseet, Sektionen för kryptogambotanik, Box 50007, S-104 05 Stockholm, Sweden.
Jérôme DEGREEF
Affiliation:
National Botanic Garden, Domaine de Bouchout, B-1860 Meise, Belgium. Email: damien.ertz@br.fgov.be
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Abstract

Lecanographa uniseptata is described as new to science. It is characterized by having small rounded to lirellate ascomata, and 1-septate ascospores. The species is known from tropical Africa (Gabon) and tropical America (Guatemala).

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