Lepraria juanfernandezii is described as a new species. It differs from all other species of Lepraria by its aggregate thallus with sparse prothallus hyphae, the absence of a hypothallus, the presence of divaricatic acid and the absence of zeorin, and its occurrence in the Southern Hemisphere. A key to all species of Lepraria containing divaricatic acid is given.
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Contributions to the phylogeny of Lepraria (Stereocaulaceae) species from the Southern Hemisphere, including three new species
Alejandrina Barcenas-Peña, Rudy Diaz, Felix Grewe, Todd Widhelm, H. Lumbsch
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Pseudolepraria, a new leprose genus revealed in Ramalinaceae (Ascomycota, Lecanoromycetes, Lecanorales) to accommodate Lepraria stephaniana
Martin Kukwa, Magdalena Kosecka, Agnieszka Jabłońska, Adam Flakus, Pamela Rodriguez-Flakus, Beata Guzow-Krzemińska
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