Giralt, Mireia; Bungartz, Frank; Elix, John
The study of the type specimens of Buellia sequax revealed that the current concept of this species is erroneous and instead corresponds to B. abstracta. By contrast, B. sequax s. str. is characterized by the same diagnostic characters as presently accepted for B. excelsa. Consequently, they represent one and the same taxon. Since B. sequax is the older name, B. excelsa is reduced to synonymy. Buellia lepidastroidea is also reduced to synonymy with B. sequax s. str. Buellia sequax s. str. (= B....[Show more]
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