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1 December 2014 114 New Reports of Microlichens from Korea, Including the Description of Five New Species, Show that the Microlichen Flora is Predominantly Eurasian
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Aptroot, A. & Moon, K. H. 2014. 114 New reports of microlichens from Korea, including the description of five new species, show that the microlichen flora is predominantly Eurasian. — Herzogia 27: 347–365.

New microlichens are reported from Korea. In total, 114 species are reported, including eleven new records for Asia. Most microlichen species have an Eurasian distribution. The following species are described new to science: Gyalecta ancistrospora, Hymenelia grossa, Septotrapelia multiseptata, Splanchnonema lichenisatum, and Strigula bispora. The Splanchnonema is the first species that is lichenized known in the genus. Strigula pallidocarpa is a new name for the illegitimate S. pallida. The following eleven species are reported new to Asia: Catillaria atomarioides, Circinaria leprosescens, Eopyrenula leucoplaca, Fellhanera subtilis, Fellhaneropsis myrtillicola, Fuscidea austera, F. intercincta, Hymenelia ceracea, Psilolechia clavulifera, Strigula brevis, and Verrucaria simplex.

André Aptroot and Kwang Hee Moon "114 New Reports of Microlichens from Korea, Including the Description of Five New Species, Show that the Microlichen Flora is Predominantly Eurasian," Herzogia 27(2), 347-365, (1 December 2014). https://doi.org/10.13158/heia.27.2.2014.347
Accepted: 1 June 2014; Published: 1 December 2014
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