The Lecideaceae are a family of lichens in the order Lecideales (Ascomycota, class Lecanoromycetes).

Lecideaceae
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Lecidea uniformis
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Ascomycota
Class: Lecanoromycetes
Order: Lecideales
Family: Lecideaceae
Chevall. (1826)
Type genus
Lecidea
Ach. (1803)
Genera

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GeneraEdit

According to a recent (2022) estimate, the Lecideaceae comprise 29 genera and about 260 species. The following list indicates the genus name, the taxonomic authority, year of publication, and the number of species:[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Wijayawardene, N.N.; Hyde, K.D.; Dai, D.Q.; Sánchez-García, M.; Goto, B.T.; Saxena, R.K.; et al. (2022). "Outline of Fungi and fungus-like taxa – 2021". Mycosphere. 13 (1): 53–453. doi:10.5943/mycosphere/13/1/2. S2CID 249054641.
  2. ^ Norman, J.M. (1852). "Conatus praemissus redactionis novae generum nonnullorum Lichenum in organis fructificationes vel sporis fundatae". Nytt Magazin for Naturvidenskapene (in Latin). 7: 213–252 [230].
  3. ^ Kalb, K. 1984. Lichenes Neotropici. 8:301–350.
  4. ^ Clauzade, G.; Roux, C. (1984). "Les genres Aspicilia Massal. et Bellemerea Hafellner & Roux". Bulletin de la Société Botanique du Centre-Ouest (in French). 15: 127–141.
  5. ^ Fryday, Alan M.; Printzen, Christian; Ekman, Stefan (2014). "Bryobilimbia, a new generic name for Lecidea hypnorum and closely related species". The Lichenologist. 46 (1): 25–37. doi:10.1017/s0024282913000625.
  6. ^ Brusse, Franklin A. (1994). "A remarkable new lichen genus Catarrhospora (Ascomycotina, Porpidiaceae), from Cape Floral Kingdom, South Africa". Mycotaxon. 52 (2): 501–512.
  7. ^ Triebel, D.; Rambold, G. (1988). "Cecidonia und Phacopsis (Lecanorales): zwei lichenicole Pilzgattungen mit cecidogenen Arten". Nova Hedwigia (in German). 47 (3–4): 279–309.
  8. ^ Hafellner, J. (1984). "Studien in Richtung einer natürlichen Gliederung der Sammelfamilien Lecanoracae und Lecideaceae". Beihefte zur Nova Hedwigia (in German). 79: 241–371.
  9. ^ Körber, G.W. (1855). Systema lichenum Germaniae (in Latin). Breslau: Verlag von Trewendt & Granier. p. 221.
  10. ^ Brusse, Franklin A. (1988). "Schizodiscus, a new porpidioid lichen genus from the Drakensberg". Bothalia. 18: 94–96.
  11. ^ Hertel, Hannes. (1983). Lecideaceae exsiccatae, Fascicle V (München): no. 96.
  12. ^ Hertel, H. (1984). Über saxicole, lecideoide Flechten der Subantarktis [On saxicolous, lecideoid lichens of the Subantarctic]. Beihefte zur Nova Hedwigia (in German). Vol. 79. J. Cramer. pp. 399–499 [440]. ISBN 978-3-7682-5479-3.