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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]
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.]
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