Atlas of Pyrenulaceae and Trypetheliaceae Vol 4: Lichenized Ascomycota
This book focuses on two families of lichenized ascomycetes: Pyrenulaceae and Trypetheliaceae. It illustrated the majority of the accepted species in these families, which are most diverse on bark in tropical regions, most especially the Amazon. Fully updated dichotomous identification keys are given to all species in these families and to some similar groups and species, especially those in the same habitat, several of which are also illustrated in full. The illustrations are made from relatively recent material which still shows all characters, including gelatinous ascopore sheaths. For relatively recently described species, often type material is illustrated.
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3-septate Ajay Singh angular Anthracothecium Aptroot & Lücking Arthopyrenia Asci Ascomata Ascospores 8/ascus ascus Astrothelium Bathelium Brazil brown brownish Cáceres carbonized Chemistry conical constricted continuous covered by thallus crystals dark brown diam ellipsoid ends erumpent Eschw exposed Fée forest fused fusiform grey Hamathecium inspersed Hamathecium not inspersed hyaline IKI+ immersed inspersed with oil ISOTYPE Knight Laurera Lich Lichen Lichenologist lumina Makhija & Patw Massal Mendonça mm diam Mont Müll nitida oil droplets olive-green orange Ostiole apical pale Parque partly pigment pointed Polymeridium prothallus pseudocyphellae Pseudopyrenula pseudostromata Pycnidia not observed Pyrenula R.C. Harris Schumm separated septa simple Sipman smooth spore Stirt Strigula subglobose substances detected surrounded terminal Thallus corticate Thallus UV Thelenella thick thin tips tree bark Trevis Trypethelium um Pyrenula uniseriate upper Upreti usually Vain Verrucaria Viridothelium wall wide yellow yellowish Zahlbr