The genus Pachyphiale (Gyalectales, Ascomycotina) in the Iberian Peninsula
The genus Pachyphiale (Gyalectales, Ascomycotina) in the Iberian Peninsula The morphology, chorology and ecology of the two taxa in the genus Pachyphiale found in the Iberian Peninsula are here reported and illustrated. Distribution maps of P.carneola and P.fagicola are also included as well as diagnostic notes to differentiate these species from closely-related or misinterpreted taxa.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2003
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