Critical notes on the calcicolous endolithic lichen Strigula endolithea (Strigulaceae, Ascomycota)
The teleomorph of the endolithic lichen Strigula endolithea, a new addition to the Italian lichen flora, is described in detail. Until now this species was known only in the anamorphic state. Some critical notes on its anatomy, and on the other endolithic species of Strigula occurring in Italy are also given.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2006
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