Rinodina occulta

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Taxonavigation[edit]

Taxonavigation: Caliciales 

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Fungi
Subregnum: Dikarya
Divisio: Ascomycota
Subdivisio: Pezizomycotina
Classis: Lecanoromycetes
Subclassis: Lecanoromycetidae
Ordo: Caliciales

Familia: Physciaceae
Genus: Rinodina
Species: Rinodina occulta

Name[edit]

Rinodina occulta (Körber) Sheard, 1967


Type: "ad rupes umbrosas faucis Wolfsschlucht in monte Kynast Sudetorum", Körber (M--holotype!, as Körber: Lich sel. germ 34).

Basionym: Buellia occulta Körber

Synonym[edit]

  • Rinodina attica Mayrhofer & Poelt, 1979   (Source: Giralt & Barbero, 1995)

References[edit]

  • Sheard, Lichenologist 3: 349 (1967)
  • Fox, B.W. and Purvis, O.W. (1992) Rinodina (Ach.) Gray (1821) (pp. 543-552) In: Purvis, O.W., Coppins, B.J., Hawksworth, D.L., James, P.W. and Moore, D.M. (eds.) The Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland. London: Natural History Museum Publication, 710 pp.   (RLL List # 151 / Rec. # 15105 - Recent Literature on Lichens) (Description of Rinodina occulta: pp. 550-551)
  • Giralt, M. and Barbero, M. (1995) The saxicolous species of the genus Rinodina in the Iberian Peninsula containing atranorin, pannarin or gyrophoric acid. - Mycotaxon 56: 45–80.   (RLL List # 161 / Rec. # 6692 - Recent Literature on Lichens) (Web site) (Description of "Rinodina occulta": pp. 64-66; diagram of ascospore-ontogeny: p. 65, fig. 3B)
  • Giralt, M., van den Boom, P.P.G. and Matzer, M. (1997) The lichen genus Rinodina in Belgium, Luxembourg and The Netherlands. - Mycotaxon 61: 103–151. [Twenty-three species are treated, including descriptions and a key.]   (RLL List # 166 / Rec. # 6715 - Recent Literature on Lichens) (Web site) (Description of Rinodina occulta: pp. 131-132)
  • Wirth, V. (1995) Rinodina (Ach.) S. Gray (pp. 823-839 - Teil 2) In, Die Flechten Baden-Württembergs, Teil 1 & 2. Eugen Ulmer GmbH & Co., Stuttgart. 1006 pp.; in German.   (RLL List # 159 / Rec. # 20405 - Recent Literature on Lichens) (Description of Rinodina occulta: p. 835)

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