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360Hypotrachyna in the neotropics
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Tropical and Subtropical Lichens: Diversity and FloristicsSipman, H.J.M.; Elix, J.A.; Nash III, Thomas H..Hypotrachyna
Neotropics
419Lichens on the Galapagos - an overview on occasion of Darwin’s 200th birthday
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Tropical and Subtropical Lichens: Diversity and FloristicsBungartz, Frank.Galapagos
Darwin
lichens
checklist
Biodiversity
endemism
island biogeography
315Mexican Parmeliaceae: A Diversity Hot Spot
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Tropical and Subtropical Lichens: Diversity and FloristicsPerez-Perez, Rosa E.; Herrera-Campos, Maria A.; Esslinger, Theodore L.; Egan, Robert S.; Luecking, Robert; Nash III, Thomas H..Parmeliaceae Family
Mexico
Hot spot
905Shrubby soredio-isidiate species of Usnea in Mexico
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Tropical and Subtropical Lichens: Diversity and FloristicsHerrera-Campos, Maria A.; Clerc, Philippe.Usnea
Mexico
U. subfloridana gr.
U. lapponica gr.
975Studies on the federally endangered Florida endemic, Cladonia perforata
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Tropical and Subtropical Lichens: Diversity and FloristicsRosentreter, Roger; DeBolt, Ann.Cladonia
subtropical
transplant
ecology
714Tropical Thelotremataceae: Systematics and Molecular Analyses
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Tropical and Subtropical Lichens: Diversity and FloristicsLumbsch, H. Thorsten; Luecking, Robert; Mangold, A.; Rivas-Plata, Eimy; Schmitt, Imke.lichen
molecular systematics
tropical

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