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The lichen genus Neofuscelia (Ascomycota, Parmeliaceae) in Italy

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 March 2007

Paolo Giordani
Affiliation:
DIPTERIS, University of Genova, Corso Dogali 1M, I-16136 Genova, Italy.
Renato Benesperi
Affiliation:
Department of Plant Biology, University of Firenze, Via La Pira 4, I-50121 Firenze, Italy.
Ivano Rellini
Affiliation:
DIPTERIS, University of Genova, Corso Dogali 1M, I-16136 Genova, Italy.
Luisa Frati
Affiliation:
Department of Environmental Sciences ‘G. Sarfatti’, Via P.A. Mattioli, 4-I-53100 Siena, Italy.
Giorgio Brunialti
Affiliation:
DIPTERIS, University of Genova, Corso Dogali 1M, I-16136 Genova, Italy.
Luca Paoli
Affiliation:
Department of Environmental Sciences ‘G. Sarfatti’, Via P.A. Mattioli, 4-I-53100 Siena, Italy.
Deborah Isocrono
Affiliation:
Department of Plant Biology, University of Torino, viale Mattioli, 25-I-10125 Torino, Italy.
John A. Elix
Affiliation:
Department of Chemistry, The Faculties, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 0200, Australia.

Abstract

Seven Neofuscelia species have been identified from Italy. A key to the species is provided and the distinguishing morphological and chemical characters, distribution, ecology, substratum preference and interrelationships of each are discussed. Neofuscelia perrugata is new to Italy. N. pyrenaica is new to Greece and Cyprus. New data on the distribution and ecology of N. perrugata, N. delisei and N. luteonotata are presented and these are consistent with their taxonomic rank.

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Research Article
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Copyright © British Lichen Society 2003

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