Ochrolechia

Ochrolechia

 

a genus of lichens of the family Lecanoraceae. The lichens have scaly, crusty, grayish or yellow thallus. The spores are single-celled, colorless, and large. Of the approximately 30 species, more than 20 are found in the USSR, primarily in the north. The lichens thrive on mosses, soil, mossy crags, rocks, and tree bark. The cudbear (O. tartarea) and similar species contain dyes.

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Ochrolechia balcanica Verseghy: 3: FGR (MACB 109080); 4: FGR (MACB 108967, 108969); 6: ELL (BC-RONDA 157); 7: ELL (BC-RONDA 093), RPB (MACB 108953); 8: ELL (BC-RONDA 144).
Salazinic acid and variolaric acid were obtained from Parmotrema tinctorum (Eifler-Lima, 2000) and Ochrolechia parella (Millot et al.
Tambien se ha contrastado la utilizacion de liquenes como la rocella tinctoria y ochrolechia tartarea (32), como en el caso Codex Purpureus Petropolitanus (33).
EW incidental observation between 2000 and 2003 Ochrolechia sp.
Antioxidant and antimicrobial properties of the lichen Anaptychya ciliaris, Nephroma parile, Ochrolechia tartarea and Parmelia centrifuga.
These dyes can be prepared from various lichen species, such as Ochrolechia tartarea and Roccella tinctoria.
Hypogymnia subobscura (2)/2 - Lecanora epibryon (2)/3 - Ochrolechia frigida (2)/3 - Ochrolechia sp.
Ochrolechia microstictoides Rasanen--2: ELL (BCN-Lich 17371), Mm; 9: ELL (BCN-Lich 17552), Ps; 10: ELL (BCN-Lich 17560, 17563, 17564, 17565, 17566, 17580), Ps, Qp.
Ochrolechia balcanica Verseghy--Ca: Fos (1998); Ma: Seaward & Arvidson (1997), Kukwa (2011).
Chrysothrix flavovirens, Lepraria elobata, and Ochrolechia arborea new to Portugal.
Ochrolechia parella (MACB 60317) was used as standard for the variolaric acid.
The lichen genus Ochrolechia in Poland iii with a key and notes on some taxa.