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  • Follmann, G/ Crespo, A 1974: Observaciones acerca de la distribucion de liquenes espanoles. II. Sphaerothallia fruticulosa (Eversm.) Follm. & Crespo. - Anales del Instituto Botanico Antonio Jose Canvailles 31: 325-333. [RLL List # 110-39 / Rec.# 5754]
    Keywords: SPHAEROTHALLIA/ NEW TAXA/ SPAIN/ ECOLOGY
    Abstract: 3 figures. [Detailed discussion of the morphology, taxonomy and ecology of Sphaerothallia fruticulosa in Spain. New: Sphaerothallia affinis (Eversm.) comb. nov., S. aspera (Mereschk.) comb. nov., S. desertorum (Krempelh.) comb. nov., S. emiliae (Tomin) comb. nov., S. foliacea (Elenk.) comb. nov., S. fruticulosa (Eversm.) comb. nov., S. hispida (Mereschk.) comb. nov., S. jussufii (Link) comb. nov., S. lacunosa (Mereschk.) comb. nov. and S. strausii (J. Stein.) comb. nov.]
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  • Crespo, A 1974[1975]: Vegetacion liquenica epifitica de los pinares de la Sierra de Guadarrama. - Anales del Instituto Botanico Antonio Jose Cavanilles 31: 5-13. [RLL List # 101-16 / Rec.# 3673]
    Keywords: PINES/ CORTICOLOUS/ SPAIN/ PHYTOSOCIOLOGY
    Abstract: 2 figures. 3 tables. [Phytosociological study on pine groves. Many species.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Barreno, E 1975: Ensayo floristico y ecologico de la vegetacion liquenica de los yesos del centro de Espana. - Anales del Instituto Botanico Antonio Jose Cavanilles 32: 873-908. [RLL List # 101-17 / Rec.# 3653]
    Keywords: PHYTOSOCIOLOGY/ SPAIN/ GYPSUM/ SAXICOLOUS/ OWN
    Abstract: 3 tables. 1 map. [Phytosociological study of gypsum substrates in southern part of the province of Madrid, Spain. Many species; includes descriptions of a new phytosociological order and several associations.]
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  • Crespo, A 1975: Vegetacion liquenica epifita de los pisos mediterraneo de meseta y montano ibero-atlantico de la Sierra de Guadarrama. - Anales del Instituto Botanico Antonio Jose Cavanilles 32: 185-197. [RLL List # 110-21 / Rec.# 3674]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ SIERRA DE GUADARRAMA/ PHYTOSOCIOLOGY/ EPIPHYTE/ COMMUNITY ECOLOGY
    Abstract: 1 figure. 1 table. [Phytosociological study of the epiphytic lichen communities of the Guadarrama Mountains in central Spain. One new association is decribed along with a subassociation and two variants.]
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  • Follmann, G/ Crespo, A 1975: Zur nomenklatur der Lichenen. II. Buellia rivas-martinezii Barr. et Crespo, Psora saviczii (Tom.) Follm. et Crespo und Sagenidium candidum (Muell.-Arg.) Follm. - Philippia 2: 283-285. [RLL List # 93-35 / Rec.# 5755]
    Keywords: BUELLIA/ NEW TAXA/ SAGENIDIUM/ ROCCELLACEAE/ LECIDEACEAE/ PSORA
    Abstract: [New: Buellia rivas-martinezii Barr. & Crespo nom. nov. for B. follmannii Barr. & Crespo non Dodge; Psora saviczii (Tom.) comb. nov.; Sagenidium candidum (Mull. Arg.) Follm. comb. nov.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Barreno, E/ Follmann, G 1976: Sobre las comunidades liquenicas rupicolas de Acarospora hilaris (Duf.) Hue en la peninsula iberica. - An. Inst. Bot. Antonio Jose Cavanilles 33: 189-205. [RLL List # 99 / Rec.# 3648]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ IBERIA/ ACAROSPORA/ COMMUNITY ECOLOGY/ PHYTOSOCIOLOGY/ SAXICOLOUS
    Abstract: 2 figures. 1 table.
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  • Follmann, G/ Crespo, A 1976: Beobachtungen zum Vorkommen spanischer Flechten. V. Eine neue Schildflechte aus dem Verwandtschaftskreis von Omphalodina rubina (Vill.) Choisy. - Philippia 3: 24-29. [RLL List # 94 / Rec.# 5756]
    Keywords: OMPHALDINA/ RHIZOPLACA/ NEW TAXA/ SPAIN
    Abstract: 3 figures. [New Omphalodina bullata sp. nov.]
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  • Barreno, E/ Crespo, A 1977: Bibiographia sobre liquenes de Espana peninsular e islas Baleares. I. - Anales del Instituto Botanico Antonio Jose Cavanilles 34: 95-118. [RLL List # 101-6 / Rec.# 1551]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ BALEARES ISLANDS/ BIBLIOGRAPHY
    Abstract: [Bibliography of 316 papers cross-indexed under 10 subject areas.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Manrique, E/ Barreno, E/ Serina, S 1977: Valoracion de la contaminacion atmosferica del area urbana de Madrid mediante bioindicadores (liquenes epifitos). - Anales del Instituto Botanico Antonio Jose Cavanilles 34: 71-94. [RLL List # 101-18 / Rec.# 3668]
    Keywords: MADRID/ AIR POLLUTION/ BIOINDICATION/ SPAIN
    Abstract: 2 tables. 5 figures. [Study on air pollution and lichens in Madrid.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Barreno, E 1978: Sobre las comunidades terricolas de liquenes vagantes (Sphaerothallio-Xanthoparmelion vagantis al. nov.). - Acta Botanica Malacitana 4: 55-62. [RLL List # 110-23 / Rec.# 3654]
    Keywords: PHYTOSOCIOLOGY/ SPAIN/ COMMUNITY ECOLOGY/ TERRICOLOUS
    Abstract: 1 table. [One new phytosociological association and one new alliance are described from Spain.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Delzenne, C/ Schumacker, R 1978: Observation sur la vegetation lichenique etudiee en Suisse. - Documents Phytosociologiques, N.S. [Lille] 3: 337-350. [RLL List # 106-14 / Rec.# 3665]
    Keywords: PHYTOSOCIOLOGY/ CORTICOLOUS/ SAXICOLOUS/ ALPINE/ SUBALPINE/ SWITZERLAND/ KEY
    Abstract: 3 figures. Several unnumbered tables. [Paper describes the main corticolous and saxicolous communities which occur in "Valais" and "Val d'Anniviers." Includes a key to the common subalpine and alpine lichens found in these communities.]
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  • Vazquez, VM/ Crespo, A 1978: Catalogo de liquenes de Asturias. I. Epifitos. - Acta Botanica Malacitana 4: 11-26. [RLL List # 110-92 / Rec.# 19384]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ CATALOG
    Abstract: [The catalog details 155 taxa of which 107 are new reports for the region. Several are new additions to the lichen flora of Spain.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Barreno, E/ Vazquez, VM 1979: Buellia subcanescens (Physciaeae) en el norte de Espana. - Lazaroa 1: 139-141. [RLL List # 113-10 / Rec.# 3652]
    Keywords: BUELLIA/ SPAIN/ PERTUSARIA
    Abstract: 1 figure. [Buellia subcanescens and Pertusaria gallica are both reported for the first tiem from northern Spain.]
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  • Crespo, A 1979: Vegetacion de liquenes epifitos mediterraneo ibero-atlanticos (Pseudoparmelion soredianthis al. nova). - Documents Phytosociologiques 4: 177-186. [RLL List # 110-22 / Rec.# 3675]
    Keywords: PHYTOSOCIOLOGY/ SPAIN/ COMMUNITY ECOLOGY
    Abstract: 1 table. [A new phytosociological alliance is described along with two new associations.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Barreno, E 1980: Cetraria iberica Brespo & Barreno sp. nov.. - Anales Jardin Botanico de Madrid 37: 205-206. [RLL List # 120-26 / Rec.# 3655]
    Keywords: NEW TAXA/ CETRARIA/ SPAIN
    Abstract: [New: Cetraria iberica sp. nov. from Spain.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Barreno, E/ Rico, VJ/ Bueno, AG 1980: Catalogo liquenico del Desierto de Calanda (Teruel, Espana). - Anales del Jardin Botanico de Madrid 36: 43-55. [RLL List # 110-24 / Rec.# 3649]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ NEW TAXA/ BACIDIA/ CHECKLIST/ AIR POLLUTION
    Abstract: 1 figure. 1 table. [Catalog of 70 lichen taxa as a baseline study prior to operation of an electric generating station. Twelve taxa are new reports for Spain. New: Bacidia microbola (Clemente) Crespo & Barreno, comb. nov.]
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  • Tarazona Lafarga, MT/ Barreno Rodriguez, E/ Crespo de Las Casas, A/ Diaz-Llanos Sainz-Calleja, J 1980: Estudio estadistico de la vegetacion liquenica de los yesos del centro de Espana. - Anales INIA, Serie Recursos Naturales 4: 139-155. [RLL List # 122-95 / Rec.# 18256]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ ECOLOGY/ GYPSUM/ SAXICOLOUS/ PHYTOSOCIOLOGY
    Abstract: 3 tables. 8 figures. [The lichen communities in central Spain on gypsum were studied using factorial analyses. Various phytsociological groupings are discussed.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Atienza, V 1981: Algunos liquenes interesantes del Levante peninsular. - Lazaroa 3: 371-373. [RLL List # 120-25 / Rec.# 3646]
    Keywords: SPAIN
    Abstract: [Discussion of 13 taxa from Valencia area of Spain.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Barreno, E/ Sancho, LG/ Bueno, AG 1981: Establecimiento de una red de valoracion de pureza atmosferica en la provincia de La Coruna (Espana) mediante bioindicadores liquenicos. - Lazaroa 3: 289-311. [RLL List # 120-27 / Rec.# 3650]
    Keywords: AIR POLLUTION/ SPAIN
    Abstract: 4 tables. 3 figures. ["The epiphytic lichen flora around the coal power station of Meirama (La Coruna, Spain) is studied. Three biocenotic indexes are established IAP, diversity (D) and frequency (F) and a qualitative toxisensibility scale is proposed. A catalogue of the species of epiphytic lichens that have been recognized is also presented including 70 new records for the area."]
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  • Crespo, A/ Llimona, X 1981: Lecanora balearica sp. nov., nuevo liquen epifito de las Islas Baleares. - Anales del Jardin Botanico de Madrid 38: 25-28. [RLL List # 113-11 / Rec.# 3667]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ LECANORA/ NEW TAXA
    Abstract: 5 figures. [New Lecanora balearica sp. nov.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Naranjo, J 1981: Sobre la flora liquenica del Parque Nacional de las Canadas del Teide (Tenerife, Canarias). - Lazaroa 3: 375-377. [RLL List # 120-30 / Rec.# 3669]
    Keywords: CANARY ISLANDS/ TENERIFE/ ALPINE
    Abstract: [Report on 15 taxa from above 2200 m in Las Canadas de Teide National Park, Tenerife, Canary Islands.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Bueno, AG 1982: Valoracion de areas isocontaminadas en la Casa de Campo de Madrid mediante el analisis de bioindicadores (liquenes epifitos). - Collectanea Botanica 13: 279-294. [RLL List # 120-28 / Rec.# 3661]
    Keywords: AIR POLLUTION/ MADRID/ SPAIN
    Abstract: 3 figures. 3 tables. [Air pollution and epiphytic lichen study in Casa de Campo Park in Madrid, Spain. Four isocontamination zones were recognized for the 4255 acre area.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Sancho, LG 1982: Umbilicaria aprina Nyl. en el Hemisferio Sur (Andes peruanos). - Lazaroa 4: 357-360. [RLL List # 120-31 / Rec.# 3671]
    Keywords: UMBILICARIA/ PERU
    Abstract: 2 figures. [First report of Umbilicaria aprina from South America including a detailed description of the material collected in Peru and a map of the world distribution of this species.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Barreno, E/ Sancho, LG 1983: Esbozo de la vegetacion liquenica de algunas localidades de los valles del Tambre y Ulla (Coruna, Espana). - Trabajos Compostelanos de Biologia 10: 97-108. [RLL List # 126-17 / Rec.# 3651]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ CORUNA/ COMMUNITIES/ ECOLOGY/ CORTICOLOUS/ OWN
    Abstract: 2 figures. [Outline of the lichen communities in this area of Spain.]
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  • Crespo, A 1983: Rinodina mayrhoferi spec. nov. nuevo taxon de la flora liquenica espanola. - Lazaroa 5: 261-264. [RLL List # 126-15 / Rec.# 3676]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ RINODINA/ NEW TAXA
    Abstract: 2 figures. [New: Rinodina mayrhoferi Crespo, sp. nov. is described from Spain.]
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  • Manrique, E/ Crespo, A 1983: Sobre Melanelia acetabulum (Neck.) Essl. en la Peninsuila Iberica: caracterizacion quimica y distribucion. - Lazaroa 5: 269-275. [RLL List # 126-72 / Rec.# 12188]
    Keywords: MELANELIA/ PARMELIA/ OWN/ CHEMISTRY/ SPAIN
    Abstract: 2 figures. 1 table. [Study of chemical variation in Melanelia acetabulum in Spain with comparison to M. koflerae.]
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  • Sancho, LG/ Crespo, A 1983: Harpidium rutilans (Flot.) Koerb. una especie rara de la flora liquenica europea. - Lazaroa 5: 265-268. [RLL List # 126-93 / Rec.# 16195]
    Keywords: HARPIDIUM/ EUROPE/ SPAIN/ FRANCE/ ITALY/ USSR/ OWN
    Abstract: 2 figures. [New report of this rare taxon from Spain with notes on world distribution and morphology.]
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  • Atienza, V/ Crespo, A 1984: Catalogo de los liquenes epifiticos de la Sierra de Corbera (Valencia; Espana): comentarios corologicos. - Anales de Biologia (Seccion Especial, 1) 1: 145-159. [RLL List # 126-3 / Rec.# 1225]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ SIERRA DE CORBERA/ VALENCIA/ OWN
    Abstract: 1 table. 3 figures. [Report of 65 species--12 new to the lichen flora of Spain.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Aguirre, B 1984: Rinodina euskadiensis spec. nova, un nuevo liquen epifito. - Munibe 36: 135-136. [RLL List # 126-16 / Rec.# 3645]
    Keywords: RINODINA/ NEW TAXA/ SPAIN/ OWN
    Abstract: 3 figures. [New: Rinodina euskadiensis sp. nov. is described from northern Spain.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Bueno, AG 1984: Flora liquenica epifitica de Cadiz. I. Los alcornocales de las sierras de Algeciras. - Anales de Biologia (Seccion Especial, 1) 1: 219-231. [RLL List # 126-18 / Rec.# 3662]
    Keywords: EPIPHYTE/ OWN/ SPAIN/ ALGECIRAS MOUNTAINS/ CADIZ/ PORTUGAL
    Abstract: [Contribution to the lichen flora of the province of Cadiz, Spain. Many species are discussed including new records for Spain.]
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  • Crespo de las Casas, A/ Marcos Laso, B 1984: Sobre las Caloplaca Th. Fr. (Teloschistaceae, Lichenes) epifiticas mas frequentes en el centro de la Peninsula Iberica. - Studia Botanica [Salamanca] 3: 217-227. [RLL List # 125-16 / Rec.# 3644]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ CALOPLACA/ TELOSCHISTACEAE/ OWN/ KEY/ EPIPHYTES
    Abstract: 2 figures. [Review of the common epiphytic Caloplaca species in central Spain with taxonomic notes and a key. Eight species are treated.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Vezda, A 1985: Pertusaria paramerae sp. nov., un liquen epifito de los sabinares espanoles. - Anales del Jardin Botanico de Madrid 41: 251-255. [RLL List # 125-17 / Rec.# 3672]
    Keywords: PERTUSARIA/ OWN/ NEW TAXA/ SPAIN
    Abstract: 3 figures. [New: Pertusaria paramerae sp. nov. The new taxon is described from the bark of Juniperus thurifera from the Iberian high plateau.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Atienza, V 1989: Sobre la flora y vegetación liquénica epifítica de las formaciones fruticosas de saladar [About the flora and vegetation on the salt-marsh fruticose communities]. - Lazaroa 11: 135-139. [RLL List # 151 / Rec.# 3647]
    Keywords: SPAIN
    Abstract: 1 fig. 1 tab. [New to west Europe: Caloplaca polycarpoides.]
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  • Sancho, LG/ Crespo, A 1989: Lasallia hispanica and related species. - Lichenologist 21(1): 45-58. [RLL List # 137 / Rec.# 16196]
    Keywords: LASALLIA/ KEY/ EUROPE/ ASIA/ UMBILICARIACEAE/ SPAIN
    Abstract: 7 figures. 1 table. ["Lasallia hispanica (Frey) Sancho & Crespo comb. nov. is proposed as a result of anatomical and morphological comparisons between it and the related species, L. brigantium (Zsch.) Llano and L. rossica Dombr. For all three species ecological notes, data on world distributions, and a key are provided."]
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  • Crespo, A/ Bridge, PD/ Cubero, OF/ Hawksworth, DL 1997: Determination of genotypic variability in the lichen-forming fungus Parmelia sulcata. - In: Türk, R/Zorer, R (eds.): Progress and Problems in Lichenology in the Nineties. Bibliotheca Lichenologica, J. Cramer, Berlin, Stuttgart, pp. 73-79. [RLL List # 170 / Rec.# 3657]
    Keywords: MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS/ PARMELIA/ POPULATION BIOLOGY/ POPULATIONS/ RIBOSOMAL DNA
    Abstract: 3 fig. 1 tab. ["A molecular study of 261 samples of Parmelia sulcata from six countries in three continents was carried out. The ITS segment of the rDNA repeated unit of the mycobiont was analysed. Four different ITS fragment lengths, varying from about 580 to 840 base pairs (bp), were detected among different isolates of the species."]
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  • Crespo, A/ Bridge, PD/ Hawksworth, DL 1997: Amplification of fungal rDNA-ITS regions from non-fertile specimens of the lichen-forming genus Parmelia. - Lichenologist 29(3): 275-282. [RLL List # 167 / Rec.# 3659]
    Keywords: DNA/ MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS/ PARMELIA/ RHIZINES/ RIBOSOMAL DNA
    Abstract: 2 fig. 1 tab. ["A method is described for the selective amplification of single mycobiont rDNA sequences from vegetative, non-ascomatal material of the lichenized thalli of Parmelia sulcata and P. saxatilis. The method includes a simple DNA extraction procedure employing rhizines, which avoids the use of liquid nitrogen disruption methods and phenol based extractions."]
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  • Crespo, A/ Cubero, OF 1998: A molecular approach to the circumscription and evaluation of some genera segregated from Parmelia s. lat. - Lichenologist 30(4-5): 369-380. [RLL List # 172 / Rec.# 3664]
    Keywords: GENERIC CONCEPTS/ MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/ MOLECULAR METHODS/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PARMELIA/ PARMELIACEAE/ RIBOSOMAL DNA
    Abstract: 2 fig. 2 tab. ["New sequences have been produced of the ITS rDNA region of twenty-nine species of Parmeliaceae, and analysed by neighbour-joining maximum likelihood distance analysis, and maximum parsimony analysis."]
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  • Crespo, A/ Cubero, OF/ Grube, M 1998: PCR applications in studies of lichen-forming fungi. - In: Bridge, PD/Arora, DK/Reddy, CA/Elander, RP (eds.): Applications of PCR in Mycology. CAB International, Wallingford, pp. 85-105. [RLL List # 176 / Rec.# 3663]
    Keywords: MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ POLYMERASE CHAIN REACTION/ REVIEW
    Abstract: 6 fig. 2 tab. [Detailed review.]
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  • Blanco, O/ Crespo, A 1999: Phylogenetic relationship among genera of Parmeliaceae based on two indepent [sic] genes. - In: : XIII Simposio de Botánica Criptogámica. Universidad Complutense, Madrid, pp. 110. [RLL List # 178 / Rec.# 2010]
    Keywords: GENERIC CONCEPTS/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PARMELIACEAE
    Abstract: [Abstract.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Blanco, O/ Cubero, OF/ Carmen Molina, M/ Cubas, P 1999: Técnicas y métodos para la iniciación en el estudio de la evolución molecular con aplicaciones especiales para el análisis de los hongos liquenizados. - Botanica Complutensis 23: 13-51. [RLL List # 179 / Rec.# 3656]
    Keywords: DNA/ METHODS/ MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/ MOLECULAR EVOLUTION/ PCR PRIMERS/ RAPD ANALYSIS/ RNA/ TECHNIQUES
    Abstract: 5 fig.
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  • Crespo, A/ Bridge, PD/ Hawksworth, DL/ Grube, M/ Cubero, OF 1999: Comparison of rRNA genotype frequencies of Parmelia sulcata from long established and recolonizing sites following sulphur dioxide amelioration. - Plant Systematics and Evolution 217: 177-183. [RLL List # 179 / Rec.# 3658]
    Keywords: AIR POLLUTION/ GENETIC VARIABILITY/ MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/ PARMELIA/ RECOLONIZATION/ RIBOSOMAL RNA/ SULFUR DIOXIDE
    Abstract: 1 fig. 1 tab.
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  • Crespo, A/ Gavilán, R/ Elix, JA/ Gutiérrez, G 1999: A comparison of morphological, chemical and molecular characters in some parmelioid genera. - Lichenologist 31(5): 451-460. [RLL List # 177 / Rec.# 3666]
    Keywords: CHARACTER WEIGHTING/ CHEMOTAXONOMY/ GENERIC CONCEPTS/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS/ PARMELIACEAE/ PARMELIOID
    Abstract: 3 fig. 1 tab.
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  • Cubero, OF/ Crespo, A 1999: Characterisation and evolution of introns in the nuclear SSU rDNA of Physconia species. - In: : XIII Simposio de Botánica Criptogámica. Universidad Complutense, Madrid, pp. 109. [RLL List # 178 / Rec.# 3719]
    Keywords: INTRON/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ NUCLEAR SSU DNA/ PHYSCONIA
    Abstract: [Abstract.]
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  • Cubero, OF/ Crespo, A/ Fatehi, J/ Bridge, PD 1999: DNA extraction and PCR amplification method suitable for fresh, herbarium-stored, lichenized, and other fungi. - Plant Systematics and Evolution 216(3-4): 243-249. [RLL List # 176 / Rec.# 3718]
    Keywords: DNA/ METHODS/ MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/ MOLECULAR METHODS/ PARMELIA/ PCR AMPLIFICATION/ PHYSCONIA/ RAMALINA
    Abstract: 2 fig. ["The method is fast and reliable, comparatively inexpensive and is suitable for obtaining PCR amplification quality DNA from large numbers of samples in a short time." Work is reported on Ascochyta, Phyllosticta, Ramalina, Parmelia and Physconia."]
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  • Molina, MC/ Hladun, NL/ Crespo, A 1999: Molecular analysis using ITS rDNA shows that Diplotomma epipolium and D. rivasmartinezii may be interpreted as two paraphyletic species. - In: : XIII Simposio de Botánica Criptogámica. Universidad Complutense, Madrid, pp. 108. [RLL List # 178 / Rec.# 12968]
    Keywords: DIPLOTOMMA/ ITS/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ RIBOSOMAL DNA
    Abstract: [Abstract.]
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  • Rincón, J/ Crespo, A 1999: Phylogenetic relationship of the lichen-forming fungi genus Koerberia based on molecular data. - In: : XIII Simposio de Botánica Criptogámica. Universidad Complutense, Madrid, pp. 111. [RLL List # 178 / Rec.# 15682]
    Keywords: KOERBERIA/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY
    Abstract: [Abstract.]
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  • Carmen Molina, M/ Crespo, A 2000: Comparison of development of axenic cultures of five species of lichen-forming fungi. - Mycological Research 104(5): 595-602. [RLL List # 179 / Rec.# 2967]
    Keywords: AXENIC CULTURE/ MYCOBIONT CULTURE/ SPORE GERMINATION
    Abstract: 21 fig. [Comparison of spore germination and early growth stages in Xanthoria parietina, Parmelia saxatilis, Physconia distorta, Diplotomma epipolium, and D. rivasmartinezii.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Molina, MC/ Sancho, LG/ Schroeter, B 2000: Biogeography of the lichen forming fungi Parmelia saxatilis inferred by molecular data (ITS rDNA). - In: : The Fourth IAL Symposium, Progress and Problems in Lichenology at the Turn of the Millennium. Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, pp. 132. [RLL List # 181 / Rec.# 20941]
    Keywords: BIOGEOGRAPHY/ MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS/ PARMELIA
    Abstract: [Abstract from the International Association for Lichenology's fourth symposium, held in Barcelona, Spain, 3-8 September 2000.]
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  • Cubero, OF/ Bridge, PD/ Crespo, A 2000: Terminal-sequence conservation identified spliceosomal introns in ascomycete 18S RNA genes. - Molecular Biology and Evolution 17(5): 751-756. [RLL List # 181 / Rec.# 20942]
    Keywords: INTRON/ MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PHYSCONIA/ RNA/ SPLICEOSOMAL INTRONS
    Abstract: 3 fig. 1 tab. ["The sequences of 24 new small insertions from the nuclear SSU rDNA of specimens of the lichen-forming ascomycete fungi Physconia were obtained. These were compared with the 12 previously reported similar short insertions."]
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  • Molina, MC/ Crespo, A/ Elix, JA 2000: Secondary metabolites from Physconia distorta a fungus cultured under axenic conditions. - In: : The Fourth IAL Symposium, Progress and Problems in Lichenology at the Turn of the Millennium. Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, pp. 61. [RLL List # 181 / Rec.# 21254]
    Keywords: AXENIC CULTURE/ MYCOBIONT/ MYCOBIONT CHEMISTRY/ PHYSCONIA
    Abstract: [Abstract from the International Association for Lichenology's fourth symposium, held in Barcelona, Spain, 3-8 September 2000.]
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  • Molina, MC/ Crespo, A 2000: Comparison of development of axenic cultures of five species of lichen-forming fungi. - Mycological Research 104(5): 595-602. [RLL List # 182 / Rec.# 21870]
    Keywords: DIPLOTOMMA/ MYCOBIONT/ MYCOBIONT CULTURE/ PARMELIA/ PHYSCONIA/ XANTHORIA
    Abstract: 21 fig.
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  • Molina, MC/ Gavilan, R/ Crespo, A/ Elix, JA 2000: Intraspecific variations of chemical composition in several species belonging to the family Parmeliaceae. - In: : The Fourth IAL Symposium, Progress and Problems in Lichenology at the Turn of the Millennium. Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, pp. 60. [RLL List # 181 / Rec.# 21255]
    Keywords: CHEMICAL VARIATION/ PARMELIACEAE/ VARIABILITY
    Abstract: [Abstract from the International Association for Lichenology's fourth symposium, held in Barcelona, Spain, 3-8 September 2000.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Blanco, O/ Hawksworth, DL 2001: The potential of mitochondrial DNA for establishing phylogeny and stabilising generic concepts in the parmelioid lichens. - Taxon 50(3): 807-819. [RLL List # 184 / Rec.# 22458]
    Keywords: GENERIC CONCEPTS/ MITOCHONDRIAL DNA/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PARMELIA/ PARMELIACEAE/ SSU MTDNA
    Abstract: 2 fig. 1 tab. ["Studies of 31 new sequences of species belonging to 30 genera in the family (including the type species of 21) are reported here. These demonstrate that the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) SSU region has the potential to play a major role in establishing the phylogeny and stabilising generic concepts in some of the world's most conspicuous lichens."]
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  • Crespo, A/ Molina, MC/ Elix, JA 2001: A new species of Xanthoparmelia (lichenized Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae) from Spain. - Mycotaxon 80: 363-366. [RLL List # 186 / Rec.# 22830]
    Keywords: IBERIA/ SPAIN/ STICTIC/ XANTHOPARMELIA
    Abstract: 2 fig. [New: Xanthoparmelia vicentii sp. nov. (Salamanca).]
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  • Crespo, A/ Molina, MC/ Blanco, O/ Schroeter, B/ Sancho, LG/ Hawksworth, DL 2002: rDNA ITS and -tubulin gene sequence analyses reveal two monophyletic groups within the cosmopolitan lichen Parmelia saxatilis. - Mycological Research 106(7): 788-795. [RLL List # 190 / Rec.# 23984]
    Keywords: -TUBULIN/ BIOGEOGRAPHY/ CRYPTIC SPECIES/ GENETIC DIVERSITY/ ITS/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PARMELIA/ RIBOSOMAL DNA
    Abstract: 5 fig. 1 tab.
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  • Cubero, OF/ Crespo, A 2002: Isolation of nucleic acids from lichens. - In: Kranner, I/Beckett, RP/Varma, AK (eds.): Protocols in Lichenology. Culturing, Biochemistry, Ecophysiology and Use in Biomonitoring. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp. 381-392. [RLL List # 188 / Rec.# 23655]
    Keywords: ISOLATION/ METHODS/ MOLECULAR BIOLOGY/ NUCLEIC ACIDS
    Abstract: 1 fig.
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  • Hawksworth, DL/ Crespo, A 2002: Proposal to conserve the name Xanthoparmelia against Chondropsis nom. cons. (Parmeliaceae). - Taxon 51(4): 807. [RLL List # 190 / Rec.# 24180]
    Keywords: CHONDROPSIS/ NEOFUSCELIA/ NOMENCLATURAL CONSERVATION/ PARAPARMELIA/ PARMELIACEAE/ XANTHOPARMELIA
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  • Molina, MC/ Crespo, A/ Blanco, O/ Hladun, N/ Hawksworth, DL 2002: Molecular phylogeny and status of Diploicia and Diplotomma, with observations on Diploicia subcanescens and Diplotomma rivas-martinezii. - Lichenologist 34(6): 509-519. [RLL List # 189 / Rec.# 23818]
    Keywords: DIPLOICIA/ DIPLOTOMMA/ DNA/ ITS/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ MOLECULAR SYSTEMATICS/ RIBOSOMAL DNA/ SPECIES PAIRS
    Abstract: 3 fig. 1 tab. ["ITS rDNA sequence data shows (sic) that Diploicia and Diplotomma species form a monophyletic clade distinct from other Buellia species. This indicates that Diplotomma merits acceptance as a genus, and suggests that Diploicia should be treated as a synonym of Diplotomma, the earlier name." Also, the molecular data support distinctness of Diplotomma rivas-martinezii from D. venustum, but do not support the recognition of Diploicia subcanescens in a species pair with D. canescens. New: Diplotomma pulverulenta (Anzi) D. Hawksw. comb. nov. (for the lichenicolous species generally known as Buellia pulverulenta.]
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  • Blanco, O/ Crespo, A/ Divakar, PK/ Esslinger, TL/ Hawksworth, DL/ Lumbsch, HT 2004: Melanelixia and Melanohalea, two new genera segregated from Melanelia (Parmeliaceae) based on molecular and morphological data. - Mycological Research 108(8): 873-884. [RLL List # 197 / Rec.# 26150]
    Keywords: GENERIC CONCEPTS/ MELANELIA/ MELANELIXIA/ MELANOHALEA/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PARMELIA/ PARMELIACEAE
    Abstract: 5 fig. 3 tab. [New: Melanelixia gen. nov., M. albertana (Ahti) comb. nov., M. fuliginosa (Fr. ex Duby) comb. nov., M. glabra (Schaerer) comb. nov., M. glabroides (Essl.) comb. nov., M. huei (Asah.) comb. nov., M. subargentifera (Nyl.) comb. nov., M. subaurifera (Nyl.) comb. nov., M. villosella (Essl.) comb. nov., Melanohalea gen. nov., M. elegantula (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., M. exasperata (De Not) comb. nov., M. exasperatula (Nyl.) comb. nov., M. gomukhensis (Divakar, Upreti & Elix) comb. nov., M. halei (Ahti) comb. nov., M. inactiva (P. M. Jorg.) comb. nov., M. infumata (Nyl.) comb. nov., M. laciniatula (Flagey ex H. Olivier) comb. nov., M. multispora (A. Schneider) comb. nov., M. olivacea (L.) comb. nov., M. olivaceoides (Krog) comb. nov., M. poeltii (Essl.) comb. nov., M. septentrionalis (Lynge) comb. nov., M. subelegantula (Essl.) comb. nov., M. subolivacea (Nyl.) comb. nov., M. subverruculifera (J. C. Wei & Y. M. Jiang) comb. nov., M. trabeculata (Ahti) comb. nov., M. ushuaiensis (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., M. zopheroa (Essl.) comb. nov.]
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  • Blanco, O/ Crespo, A/ Elix, JA/ Hawksworth, DL/ Lumbsch, HT 2004: A molecular phylogeny and a new classification of parmelioid lichens containing Xanthoparmelia-type lichenan (Ascomycota: Lecanorales). - Taxon 53(4): 959-975. [RLL List # 198 / Rec.# 26550]
    Keywords: MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ NEOFUSCELIA/ PARMELIACEAE/ PARMELIOID/ XANTHOPARMELIA
    Abstract: 2 fig. 1 tab. 1 append. ["The phylogeny of the parmelioid lichens containing Xanthoparmelia-type lichenan was reconstructed using a combined Bayesian analysis of nuclear ITS, LSU rDNA and mitochondrial SSU rDNA sequences, and a maximum parsimony analysis was also made for comparison." Chondropsis and Neofuscelia are synonymized with Xanthoparmelia. New: X. adamantea (Brusse) comb. nov., X. adpicta (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., X. ahtii (Essl.) comb. nov., X. applicatella (Elix) comb. nov., X. archeri (Elix) comb. nov., X. arrecta (Essl.) comb. nov., X. atrobarbatica (Elix) comb. nov., X. atroviridis (Essl.) comb. nov., X. attica (Leuckert, Poelt & B. Schwarz) comb. nov., X. atticoides (Essl.) comb. nov., X. beckeri nom. nov. (for N. wesselsii Elix non X. wesselsii Hale), X. brachinaensis (Elix) comb. nov., X. brandwagensis (Elix) comb. nov., X. brattii (Essl.) comb. nov., X. brunella (Essl.) comb. nov., X. brussei (Elix) comb. nov., X. buedelii nom. nov. (for N. lagunebergensis J. C. Krug non X. lagunebergensis Hale), X. bulfiniana (Elix) comb. nov., X. cafferensis (Essl.) comb. nov., X. caliginosa (Essl.) comb. nov., X. canariensis (Elix & Schumm) comb. nov., X. caparidensis (Elix) comb. nov., X. ceresella (Elix) comb. nov., X. chiricahuensis (R. A. Anderson & W. A. Weber) comb. nov., X. chudalupensis (Elix) comb. nov., X. conturbata (Müll. Arg.) comb. nov., X. convexa (Elix) comb. nov., X. crustulosa (Essl.) comb. nov., X. delisei (Duby) comb. nov., X. delisiella (Elix) comb. nov., X. depsidella (Elix) comb. nov., X. diutina (Brusse) comb. nov., X. domboënsis (Elix & U. Becker) comb. nov., X. dregeana (Hampe ex Nyl.) comb. nov., X. eldridgei (Elix) comb. nov., X. epheboides (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., X. erythrocardia (Müll. Arg.) comb. nov., X. esslingeri nom. nov. (for Parmelia prolixa var. applicata Stizenb. non X. applicata Hale), X. fissurina (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., X. follmannii (J. C. Krug) comb. nov., X. foveolata (Essl.) comb. nov., X. franklinenis (Elix) comb. nov., X. glabrans (Nyl.) comb. nov., X. glomelliferonica (Elix) comb.nov., X. graniticola (Elix & Kantvilas) comb. nov., X. halei (Essl., M. Barbero & Llimona) comb. nov., X. hensseniae nom. nov. (for N. almbornii Henssen non X. almbornii (Hale) Hale), X. hueana (Gyeln.) comb. nov., X. imitatricoides (Elix) comb. nov., X. imitatrix (Taylor) comb. nov., X. incantata (Essl.) comb. nov., X. incomposita (Essl.) comb. nov., X. infrapallida (Essl.) comb. nov., X. kenyana (Essl.) comb. nov., X. kondininensis (Elix) comb. nov., X. lapidula (Essl.) comb. nov., X. leppii (Elix) comb. nov., X. lichinoidea (Nyl. ex Cromb.) comb. nov., X. lineella (Essl.) comb. nov., X. lobarica (Elix) comb. nov., X. loriloba (Essl.) comb. nov., X. loxodella (Essl.) comb. nov., X. loxodes (Nyl.) comb. nov., X. luteonotata (Steiner) comb. nov., X. malcolmii (Elix) comb. nov., X. manina (Brusse) comb. nov., X. martinii (Essl.) comb. nov., X. mehalei (Essl.), comb. nov., X. melancholica (J. Steiner & Zahlbr.) comb. nov., X. melanobarbatica (Essl.) comb. nov., X. minutella nom. nov. (for Parmelia minuta Essl. non X. minuta D. Knox & Hale), X. nakuruensis (Essl.) comb. nov., X. namaënsis (J. Steiner & Zahlbr.) comb. nov., X. namibiensis (Elix & T. H. Nash) comb. nov., X. nautilomontana (Brusse) comb. nov., X. neodelisei (Elix) comb. nov., X. neoesterhuyseniae nom. nov. (for N. esterhuyseniae Essl. non X. esterhuyseniae Hale), X. neoglabrans (Elix) comb. nov., X. neononreagens nom. nov. (for N. nonreagens Essl. non X. nonreagens Elix & J. Johnston), X. norincomposita (Elix & T. H. Nash) comb. nov., X. occidentalis (Essl.) comb. nov., X. olivetoricella nom. nov. (for N. olivetorica Elix non X. olivetorica Hale), X. parasitica (Elix) comb. nov., X. parviloba (Essl.) comb. nov., X. peloloba (Essl.) comb. nov., X. perrugata (Nyl.) comb. nov., X. petriseda (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., X. pictada (Essl.) comb. nov., X. plana (Essl.) comb. nov., X. pokornyi (Körber) comb. nov., X. polystictica (Elix) comb. nov., X. princeps (Brusse) comb. nov., X. prolixula (Nyl. ex Crombie) comb. nov., X. pseudepheboides (Essl.) comb. nov., X. pseudocafferensis (Essl.) comb. nov., X. pseudoglabrans (Essl.) comb. nov., X. pseudoloriloba (Essl.) comb. nov., X. pseudopulla (Essl.) comb. nov., X. pulla (Ach.) comb. nov., X. pulloides (Essl.) comb. nov., X. pustulosa (Essl.) comb. nov., X. pyrenaica (Essl.) comb. nov., X. quinonella (Elix) comb. nov., X. quintarioides (Essl.) comb. nov., X. ralstoniana (Elix) comb. nov., X. remnantiana (Elix) comb. nov., X. ryssolea (Ach.) comb. nov., X. scabrella (Essl.) comb. nov., X. scabrosina (Elix) comb. nov., X. semiviridis (F. Muell. ex Nyl.) comb. nov., X. serpulina (Essl.) comb. nov., X. sorediata (Elix & P. Child) O. Blanco et al. comb. nov., X. spesica (Essl.) comb. nov., X. squamans (Stizenb.) comb. nov., X. squamariata (Nyl. ex Cromb.) comb. nov., X. squamariatella (Elix) comb. nov., X. stenosporonicella nom. nov. (for N. stenosporonica Elix & Schumm non X. stenosporonica Hale), X. stygiodes (Nyl. ex Crombie) comb. nov., X. subbarbatica (Elix) comb. nov., X. subcrustulosa (Elix) comb. nov., X. subhosseana (Essl.) comb. nov., X. subimitatrix (Essl.) comb. nov., X. subincerta (Essl.) comb. nov., X. subloxodella (Elix & Kantvilas) comb. nov., X. subprolixa (Nyl. ex Kremp.) comb. nov., X. subsquamariata (Elix) comb. nov., X. substygiodes (Essl.) comb. nov., X. subverrucella (Essl.) comb. nov., X. supposita (Brusse) comb. nov., X. tatimirix (Essl.) comb. nov., X. tentaculina (Essl.) comb. nov., X. thorstenii (Elix & U. Becker) comb. nov., X. torulosa (Elix) comb. nov., X. trachythallina (Essl.) comb. nov., X. verisidiosa (Essl.) comb. nov., X. verrucella (Essl.) comb. nov., X. verruculifera (Nyl.) comb. nov., X. waboombergensis (Essl.) comb. nov., X. waiporiensis (Hillman) comb. nov.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Argüello, A/ Blanco, O/ Gasca, C/ Molina, MC 2004: Los caracteres taxonomicos en liquenes: una nueva perspectiva. - Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid. 32 pp. [RLL List # 198 / Rec.# 26842]
    Keywords: REVIEW/ TAXONOMIC CHARACTERS/ TAXONOMY
    Abstract: 11 fig. 1 tab. [A review.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Blanco, O/ Divakar, PK/ Hawksworth, DL 2004: Development of a revised generic system for parmelioid lichens based on molecular phylogenetic studies using three molecular data sets (ITS and LSU nu rDNA and mt SSU rDNA). - In: Randlane, T/Saag, A (eds.): Book of Abstracts of the 5th IAL Symposium. Lichens in Focus. Tartu University Press, pp. 5-6. [RLL List # 197 / Rec.# 26311]
    Keywords: ABSTRACTS/ GENERIC CONCEPTS/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PARMELIACEAE/ PARMELIOID
    Abstract: [Abstract from "The 5th Symposium of the International Association for Lichenology" held in Tartu, Estonia, 16-21 August 2004.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Blanco, O/ Llimona, X/ Ferencová, Z/ Hawksworth, DL 2004: Coscinocladium, an overlooked endemic and monotypic Mediterranean lichen genus of Physciaceae, reinstated by molecular phylogenetic analysis. - Taxon 53(2): 405-414. [RLL List # 196 / Rec.# 25844]
    Keywords: COSCINOCLADIUM/ LECANORA/ MEDITERRANEAN/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PHYSCIACEAE/ STERILE CRUSTS
    Abstract: 5 fig. 1 tab. ["The position of the sterile western Mediterranean crustose-placodioid lichen generally known as Lecanora lisbonensis has been investigated using mitochondrial SSU rDNA sequence data. It proves to belong to an independent genus of Physciaceae, for which the generic name Coscinocladium is available, and the earliest species name is Variolaria gaditana. Previous reports of apothecia in the species prove to be a result of mixtures with other lichen species." New: Coscinocladium gaditanum (Clemente) A. Crespo, Llimona & D.Hawksw. comb. nov.]
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  • Crespo, A/ Divakar, PK/ Argüello, A/ Gasca, C/ Hawksworth, DL 2004: Molecular studies on Punctelia species of the Iberian Peninsula, with an emphasis on specimens newly colonizing Madrid. - Lichenologist 36(5): 299-308. [RLL List # 197 / Rec.# 26154]
    Keywords: MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PUNCTELIA
    Abstract: 4 fig. 1 tab. [Molecular phylogenetic study of seven species.]
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  • Cubero, OF/ Crespo, A/ Esslinger, TL/ Lumbsch, HT 2004: Molecular phylogeny of the genus Physconia (Ascomycota, Lecanorales) inferred from a Bayesian analysis of nuclear ITS rDNA sequences. - Mycological Research 108(5): 498-505. [RLL List # 195 / Rec.# 25411]
    Keywords: ITS/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PHYSCONIA/ RDNA
    Abstract: 4 fig. 2 tab.
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  • Molina, M del C/ Crespo, A/ Blanco, O/ Lumbsch, HT/ Hawksworth, DL 2004: Phylogenetic relationships and species concepts in Parmelia s. str. (Parmeliaceae) inferred fromnuclear ITS rDNA and -tubulin sequences. - Lichenologist 36(1): 37-54. [RLL List # 195 / Rec.# 25366]
    Keywords: CANARY ISLANDS/ MEDITERRANEAN/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PARMELIA/ SPAIN
    Abstract: 6 fig. 3 tab. [New: Parmelia serrana A. Crespo, M. C. Molina & D. Hawksw. sp. nov. (Spain & Mediterranean Europe, Canary Islands).]
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  • Blanco, O/ Crespo, A/ Divakar, PK/ Elix, JA/ Lumbsch, HT 2005: Molecular phylogeny of parmotremoid lichens (Ascomycota, Parmeliaceae). - Mycologia 97(1): 150-159. [RLL List # 199 / Rec.# 27033]
    Keywords: CANOMACULINA/ CONCAMERELLA/ GENERIC CONCEPTS/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PARMOTREMA/ RIMELIA/ RIMELIELLA
    Abstract: 1 fig. 3 tab. [The following genera are synonymized under Parmotrema: Canomaculina, Concamerella, Rimelia, Rimeliella. New: Parmotrema albinatum (K. H. Moon, Kurok. & Kashiw.) comb. nov., P. bonplandii (Mata) comb. nov., P. cristobalii (Ferraro & Elix) comb. nov., P. fistulatum (Tayl.) comb. nov., P. hawaiiense (H. Magn.) comb. nov., P. laciniellum (Ferraro & Elix) comb. nov., P. lobuliferum (Ribeiro & Marcelli) comb. nov., P. melanochaetum (Kurok.) comb. nov., P. muelleri (Vainio) comb. nov., P. pachydermum (Hue) comb. nov., P. pontagrossense (Eliasaro & Adler) comb. nov., P. pustulatum (Elix & Bawingan) comb. nov., P. ramescens (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., P. reparatum (Stirton) comb. nov., P. ruminatum (Zahlbr.) comb. nov., P. sticticum (Louwhoff & Elix) comb. nov., P. succinreticulatum (Eliasaro & Adler) comb. nov., P. tandilense (Adler & Elix) comb. nov., P. ventanicum (Adler & Elix) comb. nov.]
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  • Blanco, O/ Crespo, A/ Elix, JA 2005: Two new species of Xanthoparmelia (Ascomycota: Parmeliaceae) from Spain. - Lichenologist 37(2): 97-100. [RLL List # 199 / Rec.# 26927]
    Keywords: SPAIN/ XANTHOPARMELIA
    Abstract: 1 fig. [New: Xanthoparmelia isidiovagans O. Blanco, A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix sp. nov (Spain), X. subverrucigera sp. nov. (Spain, Zimbabwe).]
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  • Divakar, PK/ Blanco, O/ Hawksworth, DL/ Crespo, A 2005: Molecular phylogenetic studies on the Parmotrema reticulatum (syn. Rimelia reticulata) complex, including the confirmation of P. pseudoreticulatum. - Lichenologist 37(1): 55-65. [RLL List # 198 / Rec.# 26672]
    Keywords: MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY/ PARMOTREMA/ RIMELIA
    Abstract: 1 fig. 1 tab.
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  • Divakar, PK/ Molina, MC/ Lumbsch, HT/ Crespo, A 2005: Parmelia barrenoae, a new lichen species related to Parmelia sulcata (Parmeliaceae) based on molecular and morphological data. - Lichenologist 37(1): 37-46. [RLL List # 198 / Rec.# 26670]
    Keywords: IBERIA/ PARMELIA/ PORTUGAL/ SPAIN
    Abstract: 2 fig. [New: Parmelia barrenoae Divakar, M. C. Molina & A. Crespo sp. nov. (Spain, Portugal).]
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  • Elix, JA/ Blanco, O / Crespo, A 2005: A new species of Flavoparmelia (Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) from Western Australia. - Australasian Lichenology 56: 12-15. [RLL List # 198 / Rec.# 26808]
    Keywords: AUSTRALIA/ FLAVOPARMELIA
    Abstract: 1 fig. [New: Flavoparmelia marchantii sp. nov. (Western Australia).]
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  • Blanco, O./ Crespo, A./ Ree, R. H./ Lumbsch, H. T. 2006: Major clades of parmelioid lichens (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) and the evolution of their morphological and chemical diversity. - Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 39: 52-69. [RLL List # 202 / Rec.# 28181]
    Keywords: MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS/ PARMELIACEAE/ EVOLUTION/ DNA SEQUENCES/ STOCHASTIC MAPPING/ CHARACTER EVOLUTION
    Abstract: [Study of 117 species (145 specimens) using DNA sequences from two nuclear loci and one mitochondrial locus. "Parmelioid lichens are not monophyletic; however, a core group is strongly supported as monophyletic, excluding Arctoparmelia and Melanelia s. str., and including Parmeliopsis and Parmelaria. Within this group, seven well-supported clades are found, but the relationships among them remain unresolved."
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  • Crespo, A./ Argüello, A./ Blanco, O./ Gasca, C./ Molina, M. C. 2006: Sistematica e valor dos caracteres em liquens. - In: Xavier Filho, L.; Legaz, M. E.; Cordoba, C. V.; Pereira, E. C.: Biologia de Líquens. Âmbito Cultural Edições, Ltda., Rio de Janeiro. 619 pages, pp. 469-500. [RLL List # 203 / Rec.# 28534]
    Keywords: CHARACTERS/ SYSTEMATICS/ REVIEW
    Abstract: [Review of the value of various morphological and molecular characters in lichen systematics. In Portuguese.
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  • Crespo, A./ Argüello, A./ Lumbsch, H. T./ Llimona, X./ Tønsberg, T. 2006: A new species of Lepraria (Lecanorales: Stereocaulaceae) from the Canary Islands and the typification of Lepraria isidiata. - Lichenologist 38(3): 213-221. [RLL List # 203 / Rec.# 28535]
    Keywords: LEPRARIA/ LEPROSE LICHENS/ TYPIFICATION/ NEW TAXA/ MOLECULAR ANALYSIS/ CANARY ISLANDS/ STEREOCAULACEAE/ ITS
    Abstract: [New: Lepraria santosii Argüello & Crespo sp. nov. (Tenerife), closely related to L. isidiata based on nu ITS rDNA data analysis.
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  • Divakar, P. K./ Crespo, A./ Blanco, O./ Lumbsch, H. T. 2006: Phylogenetic significance of morphological characters in the tropical Hypotrachyna clade of parmelioid lichens (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota). - Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 40: 448-458. [RLL List # 204 / Rec.# 28562]
    Keywords: HYPOTRACHYNA/ MOLECULAR ANALYSIS/ PHYLOGENETICS/ TROPICAL LICHENS/ PARMELIACEAE/ PHYLOGENY/ BULBOTHRIX/ PARMELINOPSIS/ EVERNIASTRUM/ PARMELINELLA
    Abstract: ["Our results show that the taxa within the clade fall into two major groups and that the genus Hypotrachyna is polyphyletic. Everniastrum and Parmelinopsis are nested within Hypotrachyna sensu stricto, the latter being also polyphyletic. Bulbothrix is paraphyletic with Parmelinella nested within and is basal to the second major Hypotrachyna clade. Monophylies of Bulbothrix and Hypotrachyna are significantly rejected. The phylogenetic analysis demonstrates that morphological characters currently used to circumscribe genera in parmelioid lichens, such as cortical anatomy, lobe configuration, cilia, and rhizines have been overestimated and have only minor value in identifying monophyletic groups."
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  • A. Argüello, A. Crespo and D. L. Hawksworth 2007: Neo- and epitypifications to fix the application of the names Parmelina carporrhizans and P. quercina. - Lichenologist 39(4): 397-399. [RLL List # 208 / Rec.# 29408]
    Keywords: PARMELIA/ PARMELINA/ NOMENCLATURE/ TYPIFICATION
    Abstract:
    – 10.1017/S0024282907007013

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  • A. Argüello, R. del Prado, P. Cubas and A. Crespo 2007: Parmelia quercina (Parmeliaceae, Lecanorales) includes four phylogenetically supported morphospecies. - Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 91: 455-467. [RLL List # 209 / Rec.# 29409]
    Keywords: PARMELINA/ MORPHOSPECIES/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS/ NUITS RDNA/ NULSU R DNA/ MTSSU RDNA/ NEW TAXA/ AUSTRALIA/ CRYPTIC SPECIES/ MACARONESIA/ MEDITERRANEAN LICHENS/ PARMELIA
    Abstract: [Molecular analysis with 3 gene sequences and a study of epicortical SEM photographs, spores and conidia. New: Parmelina coleae Argüello & A. Crespo sp. nov (California), and P. elixia Argüello & A. Crespo sp. nov. (Australia) along with P. carporrhizans and P. quercina.]
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  • A. Crespo, H. T. Lumbsch, J.-E. Mattsson, O. Blanco, P. K. Divakar, K. Articus, E. Wiklund, P. A. Bawingan and M. Wedin 2007: Testing morphology-based hypotheses of phylogenetic relationships in Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota) using three ribosomal markers and the nuclear RPB1 gene. - Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44: 812-824. [RLL List # 208 / Rec.# 29467]
    Keywords: MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS/ PARMELIACEAE/ RIBOSOMAL DNA/ RPB1/ MORPHOLOGY/ GROWTH FORMS/ LECANORALES/ GENERIC LIMITS
    Abstract: ["The Parmeliaceae is strongly supported as monophyletic and six well-supported main clades can be distinguished. The clades largely agree with the morphology-based groupings and only the placement of four of the genera studied is rejected by molecular data, while four others genera belong to clades previously unrecognized. The classification of these previously misplaced genera, however, has already been questioned by some authors based on morphological evidence. These results support morphological characters as important for the identification of monophyletic clades within Parmeliaceae."]
    – 10.1016/j.ympev.2006.11.029

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  • Gutiérrez, G./ Blanco, O./ Divakar, P. K./ Lumbsch, H. T./ Crespo, A. 2007: Patterns of Group I intron presence in nuclear SSU rDNA of the lichen family Parmeliaceae. - Journal of Molecular Evolution 64: 181-195. [RLL List # 206 / Rec.# 28682]
    Keywords: PARMELIACEAE/ GROUP I INTRONS/ SSU RDNA/ MOLECULAR EVOLUTION/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS
    Abstract: [Analysis of more than 60 taxa revealed two groups of species with different insertion sites. "The introns at the 1516 positions occurred in mainly arctic, boreal and temperate lichens, while those at positions 1506 were present in mainly tropical and subtropical to oceanic mild-temperate taxa. Further, the 1516 introns occurred in genera with few distributed species that could represent older taxa, while the 1506 ones were mainly in species-rich genera that could be of recent speciation, as many species have wide distribution areas."
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  • P. K. Divakar, G. Amo de Paz, R. del Prado, T. L. Esslinger and A. Crespo 2007: Upper cortex anatomy corroborates phylogenetic hypothesis in species of Physconia (Ascomycota, Lecanoromycetes). - Mycological Research 111(11): 1311-1320. [RLL List # 210 / Rec.# 29947]
    Keywords: PHYSCONIA/ LECANOROMYCETES/ CORTICAL ANATOMY/ ITS NUCLEAR RIBOSOMAL DNA/ NEW TAXA/ NORTH AFRICA/ SPAIN/ MEDITERRANEAN REGION
    Abstract: [ITS data and morphological analyses applied to the P. distorta-P. americana group. "Our study confirmed that the upper cortex of P. distorta is prosoplectenchymatous ... and that American specimens of P. americana have a typical paraplectenchymatous upper cortex. The results confirmed the evolutionary pattern and taxonomic assessment of the anatomy of the upper cortex in the genus Physconia and revealed a common undescribed species ... that can be added to the North African and Southern Euro-Asiatic lichen flora." New: Physconia thorstenii A. Crespo & Divakar sp. nov.]
    – 10.1016/j.mycres.2007.08.009

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  • D. L. Hawksworth, O. Blanco, P. K. Divakar, T. Ahti and A. Crespo 2008: A first checklist of parmelioid and similar lichens in Europe and some adjacent territories, adopting revised generic circumscriptions and with indications of species distributions. - Lichenologist 40(1): 1-21. [RLL List # 210 / Rec.# 30024]
    Keywords: PARMELIACEAE/ CHECKLIST/ EUROPE/ BIOGEOGRAPHY/ NEW TAXA
    Abstract: [Accepts 143 species in 25 genera, "... of which 17 genera and 112 species belong to the monophyletic parmelioid clade." Includes a long list of synonyms, publication dates, biogeographical data and key literature references. New: Xanthoparmelia pulvinaris (Gyeln.) Ahti & D. Hawksw. comb. nov.]
    – 10.1017/S0024282908007329

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  • H. T. Lumbsch, A. L. Hipp, P. K. Divakar, O. Blanco and A. Crespo 2008: Accelerated evolutionary rates in tropical and oceanic parmelioid lichens (Ascomycota). - BMC Evolutionary Biology 8: 257. [RLL List # 212 / Rec.# 30162]
    Keywords: EVOLUTIONARY RATE/ PARMELIOID LICHENS/ HYPOTRACHYNA/ OCEANIC DISTRIBUTION/ TROPICAL CLADES/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS
    Abstract: ["Our results give clear evidence for a faster rate of evolution in two Hypotrachyna clades that includes species occurring in tropical and oceanic habitats in comparison with clades consisting of species occurring in semi-arid and temperate habitats. This suggests that speciation in some lichen clades has proceeded by dispersal into a novel environment, followed by radiation within that environment." BMC Evolutionary Biology is an online, open access journal. The .pdf of this paper is 12 pages long.]
    – 10.1186/1471-2148-8-257

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  • A. Crespo and S. Pérez-Oretga 2009: Cryptic species and species pairs in lichens: a discussion on the relationship between molecular phylogenetics and morphological characters. - Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid 66S1: 71-81. [RLL List # 221 / Rec.# 32369]
    Keywords: SPECIES PARIS/ CRYPTIC SPECIES/ MORPHOLOGY/ CHARACTERS/ REVIEW
    Abstract: [Review with many references. "Molecular data have repeatedly demonstrated the existence of cryptic species in lichenized fungi, although taxonomists have often been slow to recognize the resulting taxa. In the case of species pairs, by contrast, few if any of the pairs studied to date have been confirmed to consist of independent lineages. Differences in reproductive mode alone appear not to be a sufficient reason to recognise new species."]
    – 10.2989/ajbm.2225

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  • I. Schmitt, A. Crespo, P. K. Divakar, J. D. Frankhauser, E. Herman-Sackett, K. Kalb, M. P. Nelsen, E. Rivas Plata, A. D. Shimp, T. Widhelm and H. T. Lumbsch 2009: New primers for promising single-copy genes in fungal phylogenetics and systematics. - Persoonia 23: 35-40. [RLL List # 216 / Rec.# 31444]
    Keywords: FUNGAL PRIMERS/ DNA REPLICATION LICENSING FACTOR/ EVOLUTION/ MCM7/ MS277/ PHYLOGENY/ PRE-RRNA PROCESSING PROTEIN/ TSR1
    Abstract: ["Here we report degenerate primers that amplify the single-copy genes Mcm7 (MS456) and Tsr1 (MS277) across a wide range of Pezizomycotina (Ascomycota). Authors present a phylogenetic analysis of 59 taxa.]
    – 10.3767/003158509X470602

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  • A. Crespo and H. T. Lumbsch 2010: Cryptic species in lichen-forming fungi. - IMA Fungus 1(2): 167-170. [RLL List # 221 / Rec.# 32368]
    Keywords: CRYPTIC SPECIES/ IMC9/ ASCOMYCOTA/ PARMELIACEAE/ PHYLOGENY/ SPECIES CONCEPTS
    Abstract: [Summary of discussion on cryptic species, especially in the Parmeliaceae, at the IMC9 meeting.]
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  • A. Crespo, Z. Ferencova, S. Pérez-Ortega, J. A. Elix and P. K. Divakar 2010: Austroparmelina, a new Australian lineage in parmelioid lichens (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota). - Systematics and Biodiversity 8(2): 209-221. [RLL List # 220 / Rec.# 31781]
    Keywords: AUSTROPARMELINA/ PARMELIACEAE/ NEW TAXA/ AUSTRALIA/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS/ ITS/ MTSSU/ NU LSU
    Abstract: [Treatment incorporating ITS, mtSSU and nuLSU molecular sequence data. New: Austroparmelina A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix gen. nov. The following new combinations (comb. nov.) are proposed: Austroparmelina chlorolecanorica (Elix) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. conlabrosa (Hale) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. elixia (Arguello & A. Crespo) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. endoleuca (Taylor) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. euplectina (Kurok. ex Elix) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. johnstoniae (Elix) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. labrosa (Zahlbr.) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. macrospora (Elix & J. Johnst.) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. norpruinata (Elix & J. Johnst.) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. pruinata (Müll. Arg.) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. pseudorelicina (Jatta) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix, A. subarida (Elix) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix and A. subtiliacea (Nyl.) A. Crespo, Divakar & Elix.]
    – 10.1080/14772001003738320

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  • G. Amo de Paz, H. T. Lumbsch, P. Cubas, J. A. Elix and A. Crespo 2010: The genus Karoowia (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) includes unrelated clades nested within Xanthoparmelia. - Australian Systematic Botany 23: 173-184. [RLL List # 220 / Rec.# 31680]
    Keywords: NEW TAXA/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS/ XANTHOPARMELIA/ KAROOWIA/ ITS/ MT SSU/ NU LSU
    Abstract: [Study using ITS, nu LSU and mt SSU sequence data shows that Karoowia should be included in Xanthoparmelia. The following new combinations (comb. nov.) are proposed: Xanthoparmelia adligans (Brusse) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. arquata (Brusse) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. ganymedea (Brusse) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. insipida (Brusse) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. leptoplaca (Brusse) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. lyrigera (Brusse) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. microscopica (Hale) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. perspersa (Stizenb.) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. protocetrarica (Hale) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. ralla (Brusse) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. salazinica (Hale) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. saxeti (Stizenb.) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. scitula (Brusse) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch, X. spissa (Brusse) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch and X. subchalybaeizans (Hale) Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch. Also proposed is X. mucinae Amo, A. Crespo, Elix & Lumbsch nom. nov. for Karoowia squamatica non X. squamatica Elix & Nash.]
    – 10.1071/SB09055

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  • G. Amo de Paz, J. Raggio, M. P. Gómez-Serranillos, O. M. Palomino, E. González-Burgos, M. E. Carretero and A. Crespo 2010: HPLC isolation of antioxidant constituents from Xanthoparmelia spp.. - Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 53(2): 165-171. [RLL List # 220 / Rec.# 31681]
    Keywords: STICTIC ACID/ XANTHOPARMELIA/ ANTIOXIDANT/ ASTROCYTE/ SALAZINIC ACID/ USNIC ACID/ SECONDARY CHEMISTRY/ HPLC
    Abstract: ["Both lichens extracts and all isolated compounds protected U373 MG cells from hydrogen peroxide-induced damage, suggesting that they could act as antioxidant agents in those neurodegenerative disorders associated with oxidative damage, such as Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease."]
    – 10.1016/j.jpba.2010.04.013

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  • J. A. Elix, O. Blanco and A. Crespo 2010: Two segregates from Flavoparmelia rutidota sens. lat. (Parmeliaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) in Australia. - Australasian Lichenology 67: 10-13. [RLL List # 220 / Rec.# 31826]
    Keywords: FLAVOPARMELIA/ AUSTRALIA/ NEW TAXA/ CHEMISTRY/ MOLECULAR DATA
    Abstract: [New: Flavoparmelia virensica sp. nov. (Western Australia) and F. caperatula (Nyl.) comb. nov. Recognition of both taxa is supported by secondary chemistry, morphology and ITS sequence data.]
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  • P. K. Divakar, G. Figueras, N. L. Hladun and A. Crespo 2010: Molecular phylogenetic studies reveal an undescribed species within the North American concept of Melanelixia glabra (Parmeliaceae). - Fungal Diversity 42: 47-55. [RLL List # 219 / Rec.# 31799]
    Keywords: MELANELIXIA/ NEW TAXA/ CALIFORNIA/ CRYPTIC SPECIES/ POLYPHYLY/ MORPHOSPECIES
    Abstract: [New: Melanelixia californica A. Crespo & Divakar sp. nov. (Southern California).]
    – 10.1007/s13225-010-0027-3

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  • P. K. Divakar, H. T. Lumbsch, Z. Ferencova, R. Del Prado and A. Crespo 2010: Remototrachyna, a newly recognized tropical lineage of lichens in the Hypotrachyna clade (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota), originated in the Indian subcontinent. - American Journal of Botany 97(4): 579-590. [RLL List # 218 / Rec.# 31800]
    Keywords: REMOTOTRACHYNA/ HYPOTRACHYNA/ PARMELIACEAE/ NEW TAXA/ INDIAN SUBCONTINENT/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS
    Abstract: [Analysis of ITS, nuLSU and mtSSU rDNA sequences from 77 species. An analysis "... suggests that the ancestral range of Remototrachyna was restricted to India and the subsequent long-distance dispersal is responsible for the pantropical occurrence of two species of Remototrachyna." New: Remototrachyna Divakar & A. Crespo gen. nov. The following new combinations are proposed: R. adducta (Nyl.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. awasthii (Hale & Patw.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. ciliata (Sheng L. Wang, J. B. Chen & Elix) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. costaricensis (Nyl.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. crenata (Kurok.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. dodapetta (Hale & Patw.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. flexilis (Kurok.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. incognita (Kurok.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. infirma (Kurok.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. kingii (Hale) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. koyaensis (Asahina) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. rhabdiformis (Kurok.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. rigidula (Kurok.) Divakar & A. Crespo, R. sctophylla (Kurok.) Divakar & A. Crespo and R. thryptica (Hale) Divakar & A. Crespo.]
    – 10.3732/ajb.09000140

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  • R. Del-Prado, P. Cubas, H. T. Lumbsch, P. K. Divakar, O. Blanco, G. Amo de Paz, M. C. Molina and A. Crespo 2010: Genetic distances within and among species in monophyletic lineages of Parmeliaceae (Ascomycota) as a tool for taxon delimitation. - Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 56: 125-133. [RLL List # 221 / Rec.# 32372]
    Keywords: GENETIC DISTANCE/ PARMELIACEAE/ SPECIES DELINEATION/ INTERSPECIFIC DISTANCES/ PARMELIOID GENERA/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS
    Abstract: ["Intra- and interspecific distances derived from maximum-likelihood phylogenetic trees inferred from 491 nuclear ITS rDNA sequences were examined for five major clades of parmelioid lichens. The analysis of the distance distributions is shown to be a powerful tool for identifying species complexes."]
    – 10.1016/j.ympev.2010.04.014

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  • S. Pérez-Ortega, A. de los Rios, A. Crespo and L. Sancho 2010: Symbiotic lifestyle and phylogenetic relationships of the bionts of Mastodia tessellata (Ascomycota, Incertae Sedis). - American Journal of Botany 97(5): 738-752. [RLL List # 219 / Rec.# 32127]
    Keywords: CHILE/ MYCOPHYCOBIOSIS/ PRASIOLALES/ PYRENOMYCETES/ SYMBIOTIC CONTINUUM/ ULTRASTRUCTURE/ VERRUCARIACEAE/ MASTODIA
    Abstract: [Study of material from Chile. "Examining the nuLSU and nuSSU gene regions of the mycobiont and the rbcL gene region of the photobiont, we found the fungus to be related to a group of marine species in the genus Verrucaria, family Verrucariaceae, despite its present ascription to the family Mastodiaceae. In addition, the photobiont of the symbiosis emerged as closely related to the North American species Prasiola borealis. We have shown here that M. tessellata does not fall into a traditional concept of a mutualistic lichen symbiosis. Rather, it is an extraordinary example of how two different microorganisms are able to colonize a new habitat through symbiosis."]
    – 10.3732/ajb.0900323

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  • Z. Ferencova, R. Del Prado, I. Pérez-Vargas, C. Hernández-Padrón and A. Crespo 2010: A discussion about reproductive modes of Pseudevernia furfuracea based on phylogenetic data. - Lichenologist 42(4): 449-460. [RLL List # 219 / Rec.# 31845]
    Keywords: PSEUDEVERNIA/ REPRODUCTION/ NORTH AMERICA/ EUROPE/ SOREDIA/ ISIDIA/ APOTHECIA/ SPECIES PAIRS/ VEGETATIVE MODES/ CANARY ISLANDS/ MOROCCO/ TURKEY/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS
    Abstract: [Study incorporated nuITS and mtLSU sequence data. Authors conclude that " ... (a) sorediate samples represent only a morphological variant of the reproductive mode and (b) the separation of taxa (as the species level or below) on the basis of their containing either olivetoric acid or physodic acid and oxyphysodic acids is not appropriate." The North American taxa (P. intensa, P. cladonia and P. consocians) represent a separate, monophyletic clade.]
    – 10.1017/S0024282909990739

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  • Ferencova, Z./ Hawksworth, D.L./ Crespo, A. 2015: (2348) Proposal to reject the generic name Aspidelia (Fungi: Ascomycota: Parmeliaceae). - Taxon 64(2): 382. [RLL Suppl. Rec.# 968]
    Keywords: ASPIDELIA/ PARMELIACEAE
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