Endohyalina , the genus in the Physciaceae to accommodate the species of the Rinodina ericina -group
The genus Endohyalina is characterized by crustose, autonomous, or obligately lichenicolous thalli, lecideine apothecia with a hymenium often more or less inspersed with oil droplets and a brown hypothecium, Bacidia-type asci, small Dirinaria-type ascospores developing with type B ontogeny, bacilliform conidia and containing diploicin as the major secondary metabolite. The genus is based on four species previously included in Rinodina-R. ericina s. lat., R. insularis, R. interjecta and R....[Show more]
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