The Foliose and Fruticose Lichen Flora of the Ohio River Valley Between Gallipolis, Ohio, and Parkersburg, West Virginia
Creators:Showman, Ray E.
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Citation:The Ohio Journal of Science. v73, n6 (November, 1973), 357-363
Lichens were surveyed in a relatively uncollected region composed of parts of Gallia, Meigs, Athens, and Washington Counties, Ohio, and parts of Mason, Jackson, and Wood Counties, West Virginia. A total of 87 species of foliose and fruticose lichens were recorded. New state records for West Virginia are Cetraria fendleri, Parmelia crozalsiana, P. flaventior, Parmeliopsis aleurites, Physcia adscendens, P. endococcinea, and P. lacinulata. Pseudevernia consocians was the only new species found in Ohio.
Author Institution: Environmental Engineering Division, American Electric Power Service Corporation
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