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New data for Rinodina flavosoralifera

  • Mireia GIRALT (a1), Pieter P. G. van den BOOM (a2), Tor TØNSBERG (a3) and John A. ELIX (a4)

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Well-developed ascospores of Rinodina flavosoralifera have been observed for the first time. The ascospores are described and illustrated and new data on the chemistry and distribution of this species are provided. New chorological data on Rinodina disjuncta are also included.

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New data for Rinodina flavosoralifera

  • Mireia GIRALT (a1), Pieter P. G. van den BOOM (a2), Tor TØNSBERG (a3) and John A. ELIX (a4)

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