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Lichenicolous fungi on species of the genera Baeomyces, Dibaeis, and Icrnadophila in Norway include Acarosporium lichenicola Ihien & Tonsberg sp. nov., Cercidospora parva Hafellner & Ihlen sp. nov., Phoma macuhformans Ihien sp. nov., Micarea inquinans (reported new to Scandinavia), Arthrorhaphzs vacillans, Pyrenzdzum actinellurn s. lat., Sphaerellotheciurn coniodes (all new to Norway), Arthrorhaphzs alpina, A. citrinella, A. grisea, A. rnuddii, Dactylospora athallina, D. attendenda, Epilichen glauconigellus, E. scabrosus, Stigmidium icmadophilae, Thelocarpon epibolum, and T. lichenicola. Their anatomy and morphology are described, and a key to the taxa provided. Host preferences are discussed, and distribution maps are provided for the obligately lichenicolous fungi and those that also occur autonomously.
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