Gloeoheppia squamulosa

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Taxonavigation: Lichinales 

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Fungi
Subregnum: Dikarya
Divisio: Ascomycota
Subdivisio: Pezizomycotina
Classis: Lichinomycetes
Ordo: Lichinales

Familia: Gloeoheppiaceae
Genus: Gloeoheppia
Species: Gloeoheppia squamulosa


Gloeoheppia squamulosa (Zahlbr.) M.Schultz, 2007

Basionym: Psorotichia squamulosa Zahlbr., 1902

Substratum: On bare soil and among soil crust communities.   (Source: Schultz, 2007a)


  • Schultz, M. (2007a) On the identity of Anema dodgei, Psorotichia segregata and Psorotichia squamulosa, three misunderstood cyanolichens from the southwestern United States. The Bryologist 110(2): 286–294. (Description of G. squamulosa: pp. 291 and 293; black-and-white photos of thallus: p. 292, fig. 3A-D) [1]
  • Schultz (2007b) Gloeoheppia (pp. 380-381) In: Nash III, T.H., Gries, C., and Bungartz, F. (eds.), Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region, Vol. 3. Lichens Unlimited, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, 567 pages. (Description of G. squamulosa, and distribution map for the Sonoran Desert Region: p. 381) (Color photo in plate section of vol. 3)
  • Index Fungorum
  • LIAS
  • North American Lichen Checklist, Version (#14) 8 Oct 2008

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