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New species of Pertusaria (lichenized Ascomycota: Pertusariaceae) from the Canary Islands

  • Israel PÉREZ-VARGAS (a1), Consuelo HERNANDEZ-PADRÓN (a1), Javier ETAYO (a2), Pedro L. PÉREZ de PAZ (a1) and John A. ELIX (a3)...

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Pertusaria aceroae and Pertusaria calderae from the Canary Islands are described as new to science. A description of each species is given together with notes on their chemistry, distribution, ecology and taxonomy. Related lichen taxa are discussed.

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New species of Pertusaria (lichenized Ascomycota: Pertusariaceae) from the Canary Islands

  • Israel PÉREZ-VARGAS (a1), Consuelo HERNANDEZ-PADRÓN (a1), Javier ETAYO (a2), Pedro L. PÉREZ de PAZ (a1) and John A. ELIX (a3)...

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