The identity of some lichens described from Portugal by G. Sampaio and W. Nylander
A study of the identity of nine lichen species described by Gonçalo Sampaio and one by W. Nylander was carried out. As a result, the following synonyms are proposed: Arthonia algarbica and A. baeastroidea belong to Arthonia pruinata; Lecanora gerezina belongs to Aspicilia epiglypta; Bacidia sulphurella belongs to Bacidina arnoldiana; Lecidea rigata belongs to Catillaria chalybeia; Leciographa fragosoi belongs to Diplotomma ambiguum; Lecanora circumrubens belongs to Lecanora rubicunda; Lecanora pachycarpa belongs to Lecanora swartzii; Pertusaria aspicilioides belongs to Pertusaria chiodectonoides and Lecanora calvosina belongs to Schaereria fuscocinerea. Three of these species: Bacidina arnoldiana, Diplotomma ambiguum and Lecanora swartzii are new records to Portugal.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2003
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