Contributions to an epiphytic lichen flora of northwest North America: I. Eight new species from British Columbia inland rain forests
Recent surveys of the inland rain forests of British Columbia and adjacent regions have brought to light an unexpectedly rich epiphytic lichen flora, including several species apparently new to science. In the first of a series of papers, we describe eight species discovered during these surveys as new: Absconditella amabilis T. Sprib. (Ostropales), Bacidina contecta S. Ekman & T. Sprib., Biatora aureolepra T. Sprib. & Tonsberg, Biatora ligni-mollis T. Sprib. & Printzen (all Lecanorales),...[Show more]
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