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1 March 2014 New lichen records from Oregon to Alaska in North America
Bruce McCune, Roger Rosentreter
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Abstract

Three species, Biatoridium monasteriense, Catillaria picila and Hymenelia cyanocarpa are reported as new to North America, the first two occurring in Oregon and the last in British Columbia. Northward range extensions from California are reported for Aspicilia knudsenii, Lecanora mellea, and Lecidea mannii. The range of Caloplaca nivalis is extended southward. Other range extensions are given for Acarospora sinopica, Anaptychia bryorum, Caloplaca nivalis, Gyalidea asteriscus, Gypsoplaca macrophylla, Heterodermia japonica, Pertusaria chiodectonoides, Pycnothelia papillaria, Rhizocarpon sulphurosum, and Rinodina oregana.

Bruce McCune and Roger Rosentreter "New lichen records from Oregon to Alaska in North America," Evansia 31(1), 1-7, (1 March 2014). https://doi.org/10.1639/079.031.0101
Published: 1 March 2014
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Biatoridium
Catillaria
Hymenelia
lichenized fungi
range extensions
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