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(11.)   Aptroot, Andre     [ 1991 ]
A monograph of the Pyrenulaceae (excluding Anthracothecium und Pyrenula) and the Requienellaceae
178 pages, 158 figs, softcover, engl. (Edit: Wirth, Volkmar, &, Poelt, J.) (Bibliotheca Lichenologica, Volume 44)
 
order- id 01419/97 price 46,00 *  
   
(12.)   Aptroot, Andre, Diederich, Paul, Serusiaux, Emmanuel, &, Sipman, Harrie J.M.     [ 1997 ]
Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi from New Guinea
220 pages, 153 Abb., 4 Tab, softcover, engl. (Bibliotheca Lichenologica, Volume 64)
 
order- id 01456/97 price 82,00 *  
   
(13.)   Aptroot, Andre, Herk, Kok van, &, Sparrius, Laurens B.     [ 2012 ]
Basisrapport voor de Rode Lijst Korstmossen
117 pages, Paper bound, holl. (Buxbaumiella, 92)
 
order- id 16972/13 price 19,90 *  
   
(14.)   Aptroot, Andre, Seaward, Mark R.D., Sparrius, Laurens B.     [ 2009 ]
Biodiversity and ecology of lichens. Liber Amicorum Harrie Sipman
Contents: Harrie Sipman - a life for lichenology. Two new species of Cladonia from the Azores. The lichen genus Herpothallon reinstated. Lichenized and lichenicolous fungi from Bjelasica (Montenegro) with special emphasis on the Biogradska NP. Further data on the lichen genus Bacidia s.l. in the Canary Islands and Western Europe, with descriptions of 2 new species. A synopsis of the lichen genus Placopyrenium with descriptions of new taxa and a key to all species... (29 scientific papers).
439 pages, 117 figures, 12 tables, Paper bound, engl. (Bibliotheca Lichenologica, Volume Band 99)
 
order- id 14056/09 price 89,00 *  
   
(15.)   Archer, Alan W.     [ 1997 ]
The Lichen Genus Pertusaria in Australia
249 pages, 83 Abb., 85 Verbr.ktn, 10 Tab, softcover, engl. (Bibliotheca Lichenologica, Volume 69)
 
order- id 02360/98 price 66,00 *  
   
(16.)   Australian Biological Resources Study, &, CSIRO, (Edit.)     [ 2004 ]
Flora of Australia. Vol. 56A. Lichens 4
Volume 56A of the highly acclaimed Flora of Australia series covers some of the most spectacular and ecologically significant Australian lichens. This volume provides treatments of Pertusaria and Lecanora, two of the most species-rich crustose genera on rock and bark in Australia. Pertusaria is often dominant in tropical, temperate and alpine communities in eastern Australia. Lecanora occurs on rock, soil, and on trunks and canopy branches of trees in all ecosystems, some are especially prominent in the comparatively species-poor lichen floras of semi-arid and arid regions. Also included here is Usnea, a genus of robust and often luxuriant lichens ranging from almost rigid tufts on exposed, alpine rocks to metre-long skeins hanging from the canopies of temperate rainforest trees. Complete or partial accounts of nine families are provided in Volume 56A, including 17 genera and 287 species and infra-specific taxa. This brings to 1168 the number of Australian lichen species and infra-specific taxa treated in the four volumes published so far.
XVI+222 pages, 56 colour plates, 3 black and white plates, 287 maps, hardcover, engl.
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order- id 10921/06 price 109,00 *  
   
(17.)   Australian Biological Resources Study, &, CSIRO, (Edit.)     [ 2004 ]
Flora of Australia. Vol. 56A. Lichens 4
Volume 56A of the highly acclaimed Flora of Australia series covers some of the most spectacular and ecologically significant Australian lichens. This volume provides treatments of Pertusaria and Lecanora, two of the most species-rich crustose genera on rock and bark in Australia. Pertusaria is often dominant in tropical, temperate and alpine communities in eastern Australia. Lecanora occurs on rock, soil, and on trunks and canopy branches of trees in all ecosystems, some are especially prominent in the comparatively species-poor lichen floras of semi-arid and arid regions. Also included here is Usnea, a genus of robust and often luxuriant lichens ranging from almost rigid tufts on exposed, alpine rocks to metre-long skeins hanging from the canopies of temperate rainforest trees. Complete or partial accounts of nine families are provided in Volume 56A, including 17 genera and 287 species and infra-specific taxa. This brings to 1168 the number of Australian lichen species and infra-specific taxa treated in the four volumes published so far.
XVI+222 pages, 56 colour plates, 3 black and white plates, 287 maps, softcover, engl.
Unavailable.
 
order- id 07786/04 price 0,00 *
   
(18.)   Australian Biological Resources Study, &, CSIRO, (Eds.)     [ 2001 ]
Flora of Australia. Vol. 58A. Lichens 3
XVIIII+242 pages, 56 colour photographs, maps, softcover, engl.
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order- id 06722/02 price 0,00 *
   
(19.)   Australian Biological Resources Study, (Edit.)     [ 2009 ]
Flora of Australia. Vol. 57. Lichens 5
Volume 57 is the fifth volume of the Flora of Australia which documents the lichens. Here, with emphasis several speciose and ecologically significant families that colonise the bark of trees and shrubs in monsoon vine forest and in coastal and montane rainforest across northern Australia, viz. Graphidaceae, Phyllopsoraceae, Pyrenulaceae, Thelotremataceae and Tryethaliaceae. In addition, treatments are provided for prominent, mainly tropical and subtropical genera such as Dirinaria, Lettrouitia, Pyxine and Strigula, as well as the more widely distributed Buellia s. str., Lepraria, Ramboldia and Tephromela. In contrast the volume als includes lichens that are primarily associated with cool-temperate and montane habiats in south-eastern Australia, for example Nephroma, Peltigera, Thelocarpon and Umbilicaria. Complete or partial accounts of 21 families are provided, including 78 genera and 654 species and infra-specific taxa. One genus and 27 species are describes as new to science, and 35 new combinations are made.
708 pages, many colour illustrations, hardcover, engl.
Out of print.
 
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(20.)   Australian Biological Resources Study, (Edit.)     [ 1995 ]
Flora of Australia. Vol. 55. Lichens. Lecanorales 2. Parmeliaceae
The family of Parmeliaceae has about 30 genera and 395 species in Australia. The book has identification keys of genera and species. Each species is fully described, with bibliographic information, synonymy, notes on habiat...
XVIII+360 pages, 65 colour plates, 43 b/w-plates, 395 maps, softcover, engl.
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order- id 03376/98 price 53,00 *  
   

 
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