The genera Coccocarpia (Coccocarpiaceae, Ascomycota), Degelia and Erioderma (Pannariaceae, Ascomycota), in the Iberian Peninsula
The results of the study on the genera Degelia and Erioderma in the family Pannariaceae within the Iberian Peninsula are presented. Together with these species we have examined the single taxon of the genus Coccocarpia (Coccocarpiaceae) known for the Iberian flora, as it resembles the genus Degelia. A total of four species has been studied anatomically and ecologically, and data about their geographical distribution within the peninsula are also included.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: August 1, 2007
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