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  • Vezda, A/ James, P 1973: Sarrameana paradoxa A. Vezda et P. James gen. nov. et sp. nova, eine bemerkenswerte Flechte aus Neu-Kaledonien. - Preslia 45: 305-310. [RLL List # 88 / Rec.# 19469]
    Keywords: SARRAMEANA PARADOXA/ NEW TAXA/ NEW CALEDONIA
    Abstract: [New: Sarrameana paradoxa gen. et sp. nov.]
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  • James, P 1975: Lichens chimeras. - Rept. Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.) 1972-1974: 37-43. [RLL List # 94 / Rec.# 9308]
    Keywords: CHIMERAS/ MORPHOLOGY/ CEPHALODIA/ CYANOBIONTS/ ALGAE
    Abstract: 1 figure. 1 plate. [Published anonymously.]
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  • Wolseley, P/ James, P 1999: Factors affecting changes in species of the Lobarion in sites across Britain between 1986-1998. - In: Anon. (ed.): International Conference on Lichen Conservation Biology, Licons. Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research, Birmensdorf, Switzerland, pp. unpaginatedinsert. [RLL List # 180 / Rec.# 21507]
    Keywords: CONSERVATION/ GREAT BRITAIN/ LOBARION
    Abstract: [Abstract.]
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  • Wolseley, P/ James, P 2000: Factors affecting changes in species of Lobaria in sites across Britain 1986-1998. - Forest, Snow and Landscape Research 75(3): 319-338. [RLL List # 185 / Rec.# 22656]
    Keywords: BARK PH/ BRITAIN/ CLIMATE/ COMPETITION/ CONSERVATION/ EUTROPHICATION/ GROWTH RATES/ LOBARIA/ LOBARION/ OLD GROWTH FORESTS
    Abstract: 16 fig. 3 tab. [From "Towards Conservation of Lichens, " selected papers from the International Conference on Lichen Conservation Biology, Licons, held in Birmensdorf, Switzerland in Sept. 1999.]
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  • James, P 2001: Conclusions. - In: Fletcher, A/Wolseley, P/Woods, R (eds.): Lichen Habitat Management. British Lichen Society, pp. 20-1-4. [RLL List # 187 / Rec.# 23293]
    Keywords: CONSERVATION/ HABITAT MANAGEMENT
    Abstract: 2 fig. 4 tab.
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  • Wolseley, P/ James, P 2002: Using lichens as biomonitors of ammonia concentrations in Norfolk and Devon. - British Lichen Society Bulletin 91: 1-5. [RLL List # 189 / Rec.# 23853]
    Keywords: AMMONIA/ BIOMONITORING/ ENGLAND/ NITROGEN
    Abstract: 2 tab.
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  • Sparrius, L. B./ James, P. W./ Allen, M. A. 2005: The sorediate variety of Sclerophytomyces circumscriptus. - Lichenologist 37(4): 285-289. [RLL List # 201 / Rec.# 28139]
    Keywords: SCLEROPHYTOMYCES/ BRITISH ISLES/ IRELAND/ FRANCE/ SPAIN/ PORTUGAL/ AZORES/ CANARY ISLANDS/ NEW TAXA
    Abstract: [New: Sclerophytomyces circumscriptus var. sorediatus var. nov., described from sheltered overhangs of acidic maritime rocks from Scotland to the Azores and Canary Islands.
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  • Wolseley, P./ James, P. W./ Theobald, M. R./ Sutton, M. A. 2006: Detecting changes in epiphytic lichen communities at sites affected by atmospheric ammonia from agricultural sources. - Lichenologist 38(2): 161-176. [RLL List # 202 / Rec.# 28360]
    Keywords: AMMONIA/ AGRICULTURE/ BRITISH ISLES/ NITROGEN/ COMMUNITY COMPOSITION/ NITROPHILES/ ACIDOPHILES/ NITROPHYTES/ EPIPHYTES
    Abstract: [Comparisons of epiphytes on oak trees between "oceanic" Devon sites and "continental" Norfolk localities. "Results on twigs in both sites suggest that lichens on twigs respond more rapidly to recent changes in ammonia concentrations while trunks may maintain relict lichen communities due to either a legacy of previous acidification or ecological continuity. The results suggest that loss of acidophytes is taking place prior to the establishment of nitrophytes indicating the importance of establishing levels of ammonia at which sensitive communities are at risk."
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  • D. S. Hibbett, M. Binder, J. F. Bischoff, M. Blackwell, P. F. Cannon, O. E. Eriksson, S. Huhndorf, T. James, P. M. Kirk, R. Lücking, H. T. Lumbsch, F. Lutzoni, P. B. Matheny, D. J. McLaughlin, M. J. Powell, S. Redhead, C. L. Schoch, J. W. Spatafora, J. A. Stalpers, R. Vilgalys, M. C. Aime, A. Aptroot, R. Bauer, D. Begerow, G. L. Benny, L. A. Castlebury, P. W. Crous, Y.-C. Dai, W. Gams, D. M. Geiser, G. W. Griffith, C. Gueidan, D. L. Hawksworth, G. Hestmark, K. Hosaka, R. A. Humber, K. D. Hyde, J. E. Ironside, U. Kõljalg, C. P. Kurtzman, K.-H. Larsson, R. Lichtwardt, J. Longcore, J. Miadlikowska, A. Miller, J.-M. Moncalvo, S. Mozley-Standridge, F. Oberwinkler, E. Parmasto, V. Reeb, J. D. Rogers, C. Roux, L. Ryvarden, J. P. Sampaio, A. Schüßler, J. Sugiyama, R. G. Thorn, L. Tibell, W. A. Untereiner, C. Walker, Z. Wang, A. Weir, M. Weiss, M. M. White, K. Winka, Y.-J. Yao and N. Zhang 2007: A higher-level phylogenetic classification of the fungi. - Mycological Research 111: 509-547. [RLL List # 210 / Rec.# 30030]
    Keywords: PHYLOGENY/ FUNGI/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS/ NEW TAXA
    Abstract:
    – 10.1016/j.mycres.2007.03.004

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  • D. S. Hibbett, M. Binder, J. F. Bischoff, M. Blackwell, P. F. Cannon, O. E. Eriksson, S. Huhndorf, T. James, P. M. Kirk, R. Lücking, H. T. Lumbsch, F. Lutzoni, P. B. Matheny, D. J. McLaughlin, M. J. Powell, S. Redhead, C. L. Schoch, J. W. Spatafora, J. A. Stalpers, R. Vilgalys, M. C. Aime, A. Aptroot, R. Bauer, D. Begerow, G. L. Benny, L. A. Castlebury, P. W. Crous, Y.-C. Dai, W. Gams, D. M. Geiser, G. W. Griffith, C. Gueidan, D. L. Hawksworth, G. Hestmark, K. Hosaka, R. A. Humber, K. D. Hyde, J. E. Ironside, U. Kõljalg, C. P. Kurtzman, K.-H. Larsson, R. Lichtwardt, J. Longcore, J. Miadlikowska, A. Miller, J.-M. Moncalvo, S. Mozley-Standridge, F. Oberwinkler, E. Parmasto, V. Reeb, J. D. Rogers, C. Roux, L. Ryvarden, J. P. Sampaio, A. Schüßler, J. Sugiyama, R. G. Thorn, L. Tibell, W. A. Untereiner, C. Walker, Z. Wang, A. Weir, M. Weiss, M. M. White, K. Winka, Y.-J. Yao and N. Zhang 2007: A higher-level phylogenetic classification of the fungi. - Mycological Research 111: 509-547. [RLL List # 212 / Rec.# 30031]
    Keywords: PHYLOGENY/ FUNGI/ MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETICS/ NEW TAXA
    Abstract: [New: Mycocaliciomycetidae Tibell subclass nov., Lecanoromycetidae P. M. Kirk, P. F. Cannon, J. C. David & Stalpers ex Miadl., Lutzoni & Lumbsch subclass nov., Acarosporales Reeb, Lutzoni & Cl. Roux ord. nov., Baeomycetales Lumbsch, Huhndorf & Lutzoni ord. nov., Candelariales Miadl., Lutzoni & Lumbsch ord. nov., and Umbilicariales Lumbsch, Hestmark & Lutzoni ord. nov. This reference appeared in list 210 but without annotation comments.]
    – 10.1016/j.mycres.2007.03.004

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  • Davies, L./ Bates, J. W./ Bell, J. N. B./ James, P. W./ Purvis, W. O. 2007: Diversity and sensitivity of epiphytes to oxides of nitrogen in London. - Environmental Pollution 146(2): 299-310. [RLL List # 206 / Rec.# 28549]
    Keywords: LONDON/ ENGLAND/ AIR POLLUTION/ NITROGEN/ FRAXINUS/ BIOMONITORING/ ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION MODELLING
    Abstract: [Based on over 3000 epiphytes on 335 Fraxinus excelsior trees, the authors conclude that "epiphytic biodiversity in London is related to ambient NOx."
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  • Larsen, R. S./ Bell, J. N. B./ James, P. W./ Chimonides, J./ Rumsey, F. J./ Tremper, A./ Purvis, W. O. 2007: Lichen and bryophyte distribution on oak in London in relation to air pollution and bark acidity. - Environmental Pollution 146(2): 332-340. [RLL List # 206 / Rec.# 28915]
    Keywords: LONDON/ ENGLAND/ BRITISH ISLES/ AIR POLLUTION/ PH/ BACK ACIDITY
    Abstract: [64 lichen species recorded. "Nineteen species were correlated with nitrogen oxides and 16 with bark pH, suggesting that transport-related pollution and back acidity influence lichen and bryophyte distribution in London today."
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    Current date: 2019.08.17.OK