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Hawaii's Alectorioid Lichens
|Title:||Hawaii's Alectorioid Lichens|
|Authors:||Smith, Clifford W.|
|Issue Date:||Jul 1984|
|Publisher:||University of Hawai'i Press|
|Citation:||Smith CW. 1984. Hawaii's alectorioid lichens. Pac Sci 38(3): 249-252.|
|Abstract:||Four species of alectorioid lichens are reported from Hawaii.
Bryoria smithii (= Alectoria sandwicensis) is the most common. Two species, B.
furcellata and Pseudephebe minuscula, are new records to the islands. The presence
of B. lanestris is confirmed. Alectoria altaica and A. jubata are not present
as previously reported. All species are confined to elevations above 2000 m on
Maui and Hawaii. Their ecologies are discussed and a key to their identification
|Appears in Collections:||Pacific Science Volume 38, Number 3, 1984|
Smith, Clifford W.
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