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8 December 2000 Lichens from thickets of Buxus, Carpinus and Juniperus on Mt Vourinos, Makedhonia, North Central Greece
Steen N. Christensen
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Abstract

76 taxa of mainly epiphytic and epigeous lichens are reported from Mt Vourinos in Makedhonia, Greece. 12 taxa are new to Greece, viz. Buellia erubescens, B. insignis, Caloplaca cerina var. muscorum, C. necator, Cladonia merochlorophaea var. novochlorophaea, Lecanora leptyrodes, Parmelia subargentifera, Physcia dubia, Ramalina fraxinea var. calicariformis, Rinodina conradi, R. septentrionalis and Scoliciosporum umbrinum var. corticola. Seven additional taxa are new to the Greek mainland, viz. Aspicilia cheresina var. justii, Caloplaca conglomerata, Candelariella reflexa, Cladonia symphycarpa, Parmelia pulla var. pokornyi, P. tinctina and Pertusaria rhodiensis. Ecological aspects are briefly discussed.

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Steen N. Christensen "Lichens from thickets of Buxus, Carpinus and Juniperus on Mt Vourinos, Makedhonia, North Central Greece," Willdenowia 30(2), 375-386, (8 December 2000). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.30.30215
Published: 8 December 2000
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