Original paper

The genus Buellia s.l. and some additional genera of Physciaceae in the Canary Islands

Giralt, Mireia; van den Boom, Pieter P.G.

Nova Hedwigia Band 92 Heft 1-2 (2011), p. 29 - 55

published: Feb 1, 2011

DOI: 10.1127/0029-5035/2011/0092-0029

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The Buellia s. lat. species that occur in the Canary Islands are described including the related genera Amandinea, Diplotomma and Tetramelas. Species of the genera Coscinocladium, Dimelaena and Diploicia are also included. Forty-one species have been identified. Nine species are new records for the archipelago. The study of the type specimens and additional material of Buellia caloplacivora, B. sequax and B. leptina demonstrated that the two former are not conspecific and that the third is a valid taxon. The new combinations Buellia gomerana and Buellia alisioae are proposed. A short description, including the chemistry, ecology and distribution of all taxa is provided. A key to the species known to occur in the study area is also included.


crustose lichensbuellia s.ltaxonomycanary islandsnew recordsnew combinations