Lecanorales

Lecanorales

[le·kə·nō′rā·lēz]
(botany)
An order of the Ascolichenes having open, discoid apothecia with a typical hymenium and hypothecium.
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The Lecanorales have five families: Parmeliaceae, Ramalinaceae Lecanoraceae, Stereocalulaceae, and finally, we have the family of the Cladoniaceae: it contains three taxa among the terricolous species which we have listed.
We note that the order of Lecanorales consists the most number of taxa compared to other orders, It is a dominant order and it compound 5 families: Lecanoraceae, Ramalinaceae, Cladoniaceae, Parmeliaceae and Stereocaulaceae.
Volume 54 Lichens, Introduction and Lecanorales 1 (1992)
Volume 55 Lichens - Lecanorales 2, Parmeliaceae (1994)
There was no clear preference among the mushroom orders evaluated: Phallales and Lecanorales were not readily eaten, but there was only one representative of each order, so it is hard to draw conclusions about their relative acceptance (Table 2).
2012), confirman que los Peltigerales estan segregados del Orden Lecanorales, que contiene la mayor riqueza de cianoliquenes con aproximadamente 1700 especies distribuidas en todo el mundo.
La circunscripcion revisada del genero Stereocaulon definida por Hofmann (1976), lo ubica en el orden Lecanorales y en la familia Stereocauloceae.
A consideration of the lichen system at the ordinal level shows that the Andes deviate from their surroundings by a much better representation of Lecanorales, in particular at higher elevations (Sipman, 1995: 317).
The arachniform vacuolar body, an overlooked shared character in the ascospores of a large monophyletic group within Parmeliaceae (Xanthoparmelia clade, Lecanorales.