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The phylogenetic position of Culbersonia is in the Caliciaceae (lichenized ascomycetes)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 April 2019

André Aptroot
Affiliation:
Laboratório de Botânica/Liquenologia, Instituto de Biociências, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul, Avenida Costa e Silva s/n, Bairro Universitário, CEP 79070-900, Campo Grande, Matto Grosso do Sul, Brazil. Email: andreaptroot@gmail.com.
Khumbudzo Walter Maphangwa
Affiliation:
Department of Environmental Sciences, University of South Africa (Science Campus), P.O. Box X6, Florida, 1710, South Africa.
Luciana Zedda
Affiliation:
BIO-Diverse, Ließemer Straße 32a, 53179 Bonn, Germany.
Memory Tekere
Affiliation:
Department of Environmental Sciences, University of South Africa (Science Campus), P.O. Box X6, Florida, 1710, South Africa.
Pablo Alvarado
Affiliation:
ALVALAB, Av. Bruselas 2 3B, 33011 Oviedo, Spain.
Harrie J. M. Sipman
Affiliation:
Botanischer Garten und Botanisches Museum, Freie Universität, Königin-Luise-Straße 6–8, 14195 Berlin, Germany.

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