Two new pinicolous Arthonia (Arthoniaceae; Arthoniomycetes) from the Delmarva Peninsula of the Atlantic Coastal Plain in eastern North America

BRYOLOGIST
2017
Lendemer, James C.; Ray, David
Publisher N/A
SourceWeb of Science
Volume / Issue120 / 1
Pages18-Nov
Total Pages N/A
Article Link
PDF Link
ISBN N/A
DOI10.1639/0007-2745-120.1.011
Editor(s) N/A
Conference / Book Title N/A
Flag N/A
TagsIndustrial forestry, lichenization, mycobiont
Other N/A
Conference Title N/A
Conference Date N/A
Publication DateSPR 2017
Article Date N/A
GS Citation N/A
AbstractTwo new non-lichenized Arthonia are described from the branches and wood of pine trees (Pinus spp.) in the Coastal Plain of southeastern North America. Arthonia samdykeana is a characterized by its lack of photobiont, large irregularly shaped ascomata, and 6Ð9(Ð10Ð12)-celled ascospores that are macrocephallic. Arthonia gutberletiana is characterized by its lack of photobiont, black circular apothecia with persistent margins, hyaline 2-celled ascospores and occurrence on pine wood.
Created: 12/14/2017 10:31 AM (ET)
Modified: 12/14/2017 10:31 AM (ET)
“” “”