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World survey of the genus Lepraria (Stereocaulaceae, lichenized Ascomycota)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  08 January 2009

Lauri SAAG
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University of Tartu, Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences, Department of Botany, Lai st. 38, 51005, Tartu, Estonia. Email: lauri.saag@ut.ee
Andres SAAG
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University of Tartu, Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences, Department of Botany, Lai st. 38, 51005, Tartu, Estonia. Email: lauri.saag@ut.ee
Tiina RANDLANE
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University of Tartu, Institute of Ecology and Earth Sciences, Department of Botany, Lai st. 38, 51005, Tartu, Estonia. Email: lauri.saag@ut.ee
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Abstract

A comparative review of 57 Lepraria species and 2 varieties is provided together with species descriptions and a key. Lecanora leuckertiana is transferred to Lepraria. In addition some putative taxa by different authors are discussed.

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