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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Ahti (2000) presents biogeographical observations for the whole of the Neotropics in the Cladoniaceae, probably the best-known lichen group in the area.
New combinations of Cladina epithets in Cladonia (Ascomycotina: Cladoniaceae).
In particular, the Cladoniaceae flora on the Iberian Peninsula has been widely studied (Burgaz & Ahti 1992, 1994, 1998, 2009; Burgaz et al.
iberica (Cladoniaceae) form a single species morphological and chemically polymorphic.
1993), the recent studies on Cladoniaceae in this area (Burgaz & Ahti 1998, 2009) excluded the species from the area, indicating that all the samples identified as C.
Species delimitation in the Cladonia cariosa group (Cladoniaceae, Ascomycota).
Names in current use in the Cladoniaceae (lichen-forming ascomycetes) in the ranks of genus to variety.
Como consecuencia del estudio de la familia Cladoniaceae para la Flora Liquenologica Iberica se han recopilado todas las citas bibliograficas recogidas en Llimona & Hladun (2001), que por cuestiones de espacio se omiten.
2002a, b), donde ha quedado demostrado que la familia Cladoniaceae no constituye un grupo monofiletico en el sentido tradicional (Wedin et al.