Lichens in four Newfoundland provincial parks: new provincial records
Keywords:Lichens, Newfoundland, provincial parks, new record, J. T. Cheeseman, Sandbanks, Jipujijkuei Kuespem, Fitzgerald’s Pond
AbstractFieldwork in J. T. Cheeseman, Sandbanks, Jipujijkuei Kuespem, and Fitzgerald’s Pond Provincial Parks, Newfoundland, has yielded 133 lichen taxa, of which 15 species are new to the province: Anisomeridium biforme, Athallia holocarpa, Caloplaca borealis, Cetrelia olivetorum, Cladonia cf. rappii, Gyalolechia xanthostigmoidea, Lecanora straminea, Lecidea brunneofusca, Micarea globulosella, Micarea prasina (s.l.), Miriquidica pycnocarpa, Pertusaria consocians, Toensbergia leucococca, Usnea fragilescens var. mollis, and Usnea silesiaca.
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