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Diverse (and almost certainly heterogeneous) set of crustose lichens with lecideine to biatorine apothecia and small, hyaline 1-septate spores. Catillaria s. str. has dark apothecia, uniformly K/I+ blue ascus tips, abruptly swollen paraphyses tips with dark pigment cap.

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Many crustose lichen genera may resemble this one superficially. Microscope is necessary to distinguish them.

However there are only a few crustose genera with pale to black apothecia and small, hyaline, 1-septate spores:

Biatora: paraphyses conglutinated and not swollen, asci Biatora-type
Catinaria: thick-walled spores, photobiont Trentepohlia
Micarea: paraphyses abundantly branched, photobiont small and in pairs
Lecania: lecanorine at least when young
Toninia: generally squamulose

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Catillaria

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Catillaria is a genus of crustose lichens in the family Catillariaceae. The genus was circumscribed by Italian lichenologist Abramo Bartolommeo Massalongo in 1852.[2] It is the type genus of Catillariaceae, which was circumscribed by Austrian lichenologist Josef Hafellner in 1984.[3]

Species

References

  1. ^ "Synonymy: Catillaria A. Massal., Ric. auton. lich. crost. (Verona): 78 (1852)". Species Fungorum. Retrieved 19 March 2021.
  2. ^ Massalongo, A.B. (1852). Ricerche sull'autonomia dei licheni crostosi (in Italian). Verona: Dalla tipografia di A. Frizierio. p. 78.
  3. ^ Hafellner, Josef (1984). "Studien in Richtung einer natürlichen Gliederung der Sammelfamilien Lecanoracae und Lecideaceae". Beihefte zur Nova Hedwigia (in German). 79: 241–371.
  4. ^ Räsänen, V. (1944). "Lichenes novi I". Annales Botanici Societatis Zoologicae Botanicae Fennicae "Vanamo". 20 (3): 1–34.
  5. ^ Räsänen, V. (1949). "Lichenes Novi V". Archivum Societatis Botanicae Zoologicae Fennicae "Vanamo". 3: 178–188.
  6. ^ Kukwa, Martin; Czarnota, Paweł; Łubek, Anna (2017). "Three lichen species in Buellia, Catillaria, and Cheiromycina, new to Poland". Mycotaxon. 132 (1): 177–182. doi:10.5248/132.177.
  7. ^ McCarthy, P.M.; Elix, J.A. (2017). "Five new lichen species (Ascomycota) and a new record from southern New South Wales, Australia". Telopea. 20: 333–353. doi:10.7751/TELOPEA12043.
  8. ^ Elix, J.A.; McCarthy, P.M. (2018). "Ten new lichen species (Ascomycota) from Australia". Australasian Lichenology. 82: 20–59.
  9. ^ Ren, Qiang; Zheng, Xiao-Jia (2018). "Rare or interesting lichen species new to China". Mycotaxon. 133 (3): 373–379. doi:10.5248/133.373.
  10. ^ Dodge, C.W.; Rudolph, E.D. (1955). "Lichenological notes on the flora of the Antarctic Continent and the subantarctic islands. I-IV". Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 42 (2): 131–149.
  11. ^ Boom, P.P.G. van den (2010). "Lichens and lichenicolous fungi from Lanzarote (Canary Islands), with the description of two new species". Cryptogamie Mycologie. 31 (2): 183–199.
  12. ^ Kondratyuk, S.Y.; Lőkös, L.; Halda, J.P.; Upreti, D.K.; Mishra, G. K.; Haji Moniri, M.; et al. (2016). "New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi 5". Acta Botanica Hungarica. 58 (3–4): 319–396. doi:10.1556/ABot.58.2016.3-4.7.
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Catillaria: Brief Summary

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Catillaria is a genus of crustose lichens in the family Catillariaceae. The genus was circumscribed by Italian lichenologist Abramo Bartolommeo Massalongo in 1852. It is the type genus of Catillariaceae, which was circumscribed by Austrian lichenologist Josef Hafellner in 1984.

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