Ten species of Ramalina Ach. are reported from the Kuril Islands, Far Eastern Russia. This is the first complete account of the Ramalina distribution from Japan to the Russian peninsula of Kamchatka. The Ramalina flora of the Kuril Islands represents a unique combination of species found in outlying areas, and the distribution of individual species throughout the archipelago corresponds with changes in island size, proximity to larger bodies of land, and climate.
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