Addition to the lichen flora of Russia. II. Bacidia pycnidiata

G. P. Urbanavichus, I. N. Urbanavichene



Bacidia pycnidiata Czarnota et Coppins is recorded for the first time for Russia from the North Caucasus. Descriptions of the species, its ecology, and general distribution are provided.

Keywords: lichens, Bacidia pycnidiata, Ramalinaceae, new record, ecology, distribution, Caucasus, Russia

Section: Lichens

How to cite

Urbanavichus G. P., Urbanavichene I. N. 2013. Addition to the lichen flora of Russia. II. Bacidia pycnidiata. Novosti Sist. Nizsh. Rast. 47: 297–301.


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