New species of Parmotrema containing protocetraric or stictic acids from the coast of Sao Paulo State, southeastern Brazil
During a survey of Parmeliaceae species in natural ecosystems and urbanized coastal areas of southeastern Brazil, three new Parmotrema species were discovered: P. eliasaroanum, containing stictic acid, and P. graniticum and P. milanezii, containing protocetraric acid.
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