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Arthonia banksiae (lichenised Ascomycota) and its synonyms

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posted on 2023-05-19, 05:38 authored by Gintaras KantvilasGintaras Kantvilas, Stajsic, V
Arthonia banksiae, a widespread lichen known from the central and eastern Victorian coast, is lectotypified, described, and illustrated from modern collections. Mycoporellum microspermum and Asteroporum rimale, the latter name previously shrouded in some confusion, are synonyms of A. banksiae; the latter species is also lectotypified. Arthonia microsperma has been recorded for Australia in error and should be deleted from the Australian lichen census.

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Publication title

Muelleria

Volume

29

Pagination

27-32

ISSN

0077-1813

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School of Natural Sciences

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Royal Botanic Gardens (Melbourne)

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Birdwood Ave, South Yarra, VIC 3141 Australia

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Copyright 2011 Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

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