Cladoniaceae


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Cladoniaceae

[kla¦dō·nē′as·ē‚ē]
(botany)
A family of lichens in the order Lecanorales, including the reindeer mosses and cup lichens, in which the main thallus is hollow.
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For the identification the literature available in the library and the collections of Neotropical Cladoniaceae in the herbarium of B were consulted.
The lichen family Cladoniaceae is in Colombia by far the best represented in the paramos, from where 39 species were reported by Sipman et al.
As table 1 shows, 8 out of the 16 species of Cladoniaceae observed in Chameza-Casanare are not known from the paramos or the sandstone area of Araracuara.
Biogeographic aspects of Cladoniaceae in the paramos.
Phylogenetic hypotheses: Cladoniaceae, Stereocaulaceae, Baeomycetaceae, and Icmadophilaceae revisited.
Molecular phylogeny of the lichen families Cladoniaceae, Sphaerophoraceae, and Stereocaulaceae (Lecanorales, Ascomycotina).
0 0 0 LIQUENES Candelariaceae Candelariella vitellina 0 1 1 Cladoniaceae Cladia aggregata 1 1 1 Cladina arcuata 1 1 0 Cladonia andesita 1 1 0 Collemataceae Leptogium azureum 0 0 0 Leptogium coralloideum 1 0 0 Lobariaceae Sticta sp.
Fungal flora of tropical Guanxi: the lichen family Cladoniaceae.
The lichen family Cladoniaceae in Tierra del Fuego: problematic or otherwise noteworthy taxa.
Taxonomy and distribution of the lichen family Cladoniaceae in the Antarctic and peri-Antarctic regions.
Como consecuencia del estudio de la familia Cladoniaceae para la Flora Liquenologica Iberica, se han realizado nuevas prospecciones por lo que ampliamos las areas de distribucion de los taxones considerados (Llimona & Hladun 2001).