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- (including lichens) Fungus (non lichenised) Marsh honey fungus Armillaria ectypa Fungi (including lichens) Fungus (non lichenised) Drab tooth Bankera fuligineoalba...
- Roccella tinctoria is a lichenised species of fungus in the genus Roccella, homotypic synonym of Lecanora tinctoria (DC.) Czerwiak., 1849. It was first...
- of a common green alga genus worldwide that can grow on its own or be lichenised. Lichen thus share some of the habitat and often similar appearance with...
- Xanthomaculina is a genus of lichenised ascomycetes in the large family Parmeliaceae. It is a genus of only three currently accepted species, found in...
- Cavernularia is a genus of lichenised ascomycetes in the large family Parmeliaceae. It is a genus of only two currently accepted species. Both members...
- Almbornia is a genus of lichenised ascomycetes in the large family Parmeliaceae. It is a genus of only two currently accepted species. Both Almbornia lichens...
- Cavernularia may refer to: Cavernularia (lichen), a genus of lichenised ascomycetes in the large family Parmeliaceae Cavernularia (cnidarian), a genus...
- Cetrariopsis is a genus of lichenised ascomycetes in the large family Parmeliaceae. It is a small genus, with only 8 currently accepted species.[citation...
- for 400 of these, while 750 are non-lichenised. Only around 20 species of fungi are macroscopic. The non-lichenised species come from 416 different genera...
- ascomycetous fungi within the cl**** Eurotiomycetes. Most of its members are lichenised. Walter Gams, Paul Diederich & Kadri Pöldmaa (2011). "Fungicolous fungi"...
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