TWO NEW RECORDS OF THE FAMILY LOBARIACEAE (LIQUENIZED ASCOMYCOTA: PELTIGERLAES) FROM ARGENTINA

TWO NEW RECORDS OF THE FAMILY LOBARIACEAE (LIQUENIZED ASCOMYCOTA: PELTIGERLAES) FROM ARGENTINA
9 abril, 2018 Sociedad argentina de botánica

Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica

ALFREDO PASSO, ROMINA VIDAL-RUSSELL, JOSE MARTÍN SCERVINO y MARÍA INÉS MESSUTI

 “TWO NEW RECORDS OF THE FAMILY LOBARIACEAE (LIQUENIZED ASCOMYCOTA: PELTIGERLAES) FROM ARGENTINA”

 Recibido  12/05/2017
Aceptado 04/09/2017

Summary: As part of long term studies focused in the lichenized mycobiota diversity from southern Argentina, two species of the family Lobariaceae (Peltigerales), Pseudocyphellaria pluvialis and Sticta longipes, are registered for the first time from Argentina. These species were previously reported as endemic of southern Chile. Brief descriptions, photographs and information about the distribution and ecology of the species are provided.

 Key Words: Distribution, diversity, Pseudocyphellaria, Sticta, South America.

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