Parmelia asiatica (Parmeliaceae): the first record for the lichen flora of Russia


A. V. Lishtva, D. E. Himelbrant, I. S. Stepanchikova


DOI: https://doi.org/10.31111/nsnr/2013.47.225


Abstract

Recently described from China Parmelia asiatica A. Crespo et Divakar is recorded for the first time in Russia from Kamchatka Peninsula (Eastern Volcanic Range) and Baikal Siberia (Baikalsky, Delun-Uransky and Kodar Ranges). Updated description and localities of the species are presented.


Key words: new records, Parmelia asiatica, Kamchatka Peninsula, Baikal Siberi


Section: Lichens


How to cite

Lishtva A. V., Himelbrant D. E., Stepanchikova I. S. 2013. Parmelia asiatica (Parmeliaceae): the first record for the lichen flora of Russia. Novosti Sist. Nizsh. Rast. 47: 225–229. https://doi.org/10.31111/nsnr/2013.47.225


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