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Combining genetic analyses of archived specimens with distribution modelling to explain the anomalous distribution of the rare lichen Staurolemma omphalarioides: long‐distance dispersal or vicariance?

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The rare lichen species Staurolemma omphalarioides is known mainly from the lowlands and coastal areas of the Mediterranean region but has also been found in coastal parts of central Norway. Despite extensive search efforts by experts for more than half a century, the species has been found nowhere in the gap. Our aim is to identify the most plausible explanation for this anomalous distribution by combining genetic analysis of archived specimens with distribution modelling.
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Keywords: Archived biological collection; Old World temperate; Pannariaceae; Staurolemma omphalarioides; comparative DNA‐sequence analysis; conservation; distribution modelling; genetic lineages; long‐distance dispersal; phylogeography

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2014

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