Jouko Rikkinen

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Jouko Rikkinen  (Rikkinen)

Lichenologist (Finland)


Address in 2012: Department of Biosciences
P.O. Box 65, FIN-00014 University of Helsinki, Finland.


Published author of:

Anzia electra Rikkinen & Poinar, 2003
Brucea castoris Rikkinen 2003
Bruceomyces castoris Rikkinen 2012
Caliciopsis rhoina Rikkinen, 2000
Caliciopsis toonae Rikkinen, 2000
Chaenothecopsis bitterfeldensis Rikkinen & Poinar, 2000
Chaenothecopsis diabolica Rikkinen & Tuovila, 2011
Chaenothecopsis hunanensis Rikkinen & Tuovila, 2014
Chaenothecopsis khayensis Rikkinen & Tuovila, 2011
Chaenothecopsis montanum Rikkinen, 2003
Chaenothecopsis neocaledonica Rikkinen, Tuovila & A.R. Schmidt, 2014
Chaenothecopsis nigripunctata Rikkinen, 2003
Chaenothecopsis oregana Rikkinen, 2003
Chaenothecopsis pallida Rikkinen & Tuovila, 2014
Chaenothecopsis peforata Rikkinen & Tuovila, 2014
Chaenothecopsis proliferatus Rikkinen, Tuovila & A.R. Schmidt, 2014
Chaenothecopsis resinophila Rikkinen & Tuovila, 2014
Chaenothecopsis sitchensis Rikkinen, 1999
Chaenothecopsis tsugae Rikkinen, 1999
Chaenothecopsis zebrina Rikkinen & Tuovila, 2011
Phyllopsora dominicanus Rikkinen & Poinar, 2008
Stenocybe fragmenta Peterson & Rikkinen, 1998

Selected publications[edit]

  • Rikkinen, J. (1999) Two new species of resinicolous Chaenothecopsis (Mycocaliciaceae) from western North America. - The Bryologist 102(3): 366–369.   **[RLL List # 176 / Rec.# 15678] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** (JSTOR)
  • Rikkinen, J. (2000) Two new species of Caliciopsis (Coryneliaceae) from Hunan Province, China. – Karstenia 40: 147–151.
  • Rikkinen, J. & Poinar, O, Jr. (2000) A new species of resinicolous Chaenothecopsis (Mycocaliciaceae, Ascomycota) from 20 million year old Bitterfeld amber, with remarks on the biology of resinicolous fungi. – Mycological Research 104: 7–15.   **[RLL List # 183 / Rec.# 21952] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** (Abstract)
  • Rikkinen, J. (2003) Chaenothecopsis nigripunctata, a remarkable new species of resinicolous Mycocaliciaceae from western North America. – Mycologia 95: 98–103.  **[RLL List # 190 / Rec.# 24172] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** (Complete article)
  • Rikkinen, J. (2003) New resinicolous ascomycetes from beaver scars in western North America. – Annales Botanici Fennici 40: 443–450.   **[RLL List # 194 / Rec.# 25150] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** (Web site)
  • Rikkinen, J. & Poinar, O, Jr. (2008) A new species of Phyllopsora (Lecanorales, lichen-forming Ascomycota) from Dominican amber, with remarks on the fossil history of lichens. – Journal of Experimental Botany 59: 1013–1021.   **[RLL List # 225 / Rec.# 33368] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** (doi: 10.1093/jxb/ern004)
  • Rikkinen, J.; Tuovila, H.; Beimforde, C.; Seyfullah, L.; Perrichot, V.; and Schmidt, A.R. 2014: Chaenothecopsis neocaledonica sp. nov.: The first resinicolous mycocalicioid fungus from an araucarian conifer. Phytotaxa 173(1): 49–60   (Article)
  • Tuovila, H.; Cobbinah, J.R. and Rikkinen, J. (2011) Chaenothecopsis khayensis, a new resinicolous calicioid fungus from tropical Africa. – Mycologia 103: 610–615.   **[RLL List # 224 / Rec.# 33073] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** (doi:10.3852/10-194)
  • Tuovila, H.; Davey, M.L.; Yan, L., Huhtinen, S. and Rikkinen, J. (2014) New resinicolous Chaenothecopsis species from China. – Mycologia 106: 989–1003. (doi:10.3852/13-178)
  • Tuovila, H. and Rikkinen, J. (2011) Three North-American resinicolous species of Mycocaliciales in Europe, with a re-evaluation of Chaenothecopsis oregana Rikkinen. – Karstenia 51: 37–49.   **[RLL List # 226 / Rec.# 33631] - (Recent Literature on Lichens)** (Abstract)
  • Tuovila, H.; Rikkinen, J. and Huhtinen, S. (2012) Nomenclatural corrections in calicioid fungi. – Karstenia 53: 73–74.
  • Tuovila, H.; Schmidt, A.R.; Beimforde, C., Dörfelt, H., Grabenhorst, H. and Rikkinen, J. (2012) Stuck in time – a new Chaenothecopsis species with proliferating ascomata from Cunninghamia resin and its fossil ancestors in European amber. – Fungal Diversity 58: 199–213   (Article)





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