Parmeliaceae


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Phylogenetic structure of metacommunities in Mexican Parmeliaceae (lichenized Ascomycota: Lecanorales).
Estudio taxonomico y floristico sobre las Parmeliaceae sensu stricto (Ascomycota liquenizados) del Segundo Planalto del Estado de Parana, Brasil.
The largest family of lichens is Parmeliaceae, with 24 species, followed by Physciaceae with 22 species.
However, in that former forest, the largest number of species belongs to the family Parmeliaceae (53%) first and second to Physciaceae (24%).
En cuanto a los liquenes foliosos, las familias Parmeliaceae y Physciaceae tienen su optimo de expresion en bosques de elevaciones medianas, es decir en las regiones de vida subandina y andina (Aguirre 2008), en micrositios abiertos.
Among foliose Parmeliaceae there is a tendency to produce linear, free-hanging, ciliate or rhizinate lobes in genera where such forms do not occur elsewhere; for example, Hypotrachyna longiloba, H.
New species and records in the lichen family Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota) from India.
Parmeliaceae, Graphidaceae, Physciaceae y Thelotremataceae presentaron especies en todas las categorias de amenaza.
La familia Parmeliaceae (Liquenes, Ascomycotina) en la Provincia de Buenos Aires: estudio taxonomico y floristico.
Notoparmelia, a new genus of Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota).
Purpose: The present study aimed to investigate the in vitro neuroprotective effects and anticancer potential of methanol extracts of two Parmeliaceae lichens: Cetraria islandica and Vulpicida canadensis.
In previous study structures of sexual reproduction have been not observed in a 74% of the studied species to Parmeliaceae family (ESTRABOU, 1999).
Las familias mas diversas de la region fueron Dicranaceae, Parmeliaceae, Fissidentaceae, Bryaceae, Frullaniaceae, Pottiaceae y Plagiochilaceae.
lt;<Lecanora>> opiniconensis: a placodioid member of the Parmeliaceae (lichenized Ascomycotina).