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Rediscovery of Five Rinodina Species Originally Described from Southwest China and One New Species
Zhong,Qiuyi; Ai,Min; Worthy,Fiona Ruth; Yin,Ancheng; Jiang,Yi; Wang,Lisong; Wang,Xinyu
2023
Source PublicationDIVERSITY-BASEL
ISSN1424-2818
Volume15Issue:6Pages:705
AbstractRinodina is a lichenized fungal genus belonging to the Physciaceae, with c. 300 species worldwide. Nearly a century ago, Zahlbruckner described five species of the genus Rinodina from Southwest China. The type collections were the only records for these species. In the present study, new records for four of these species: Rinodina cornutula, R. globulans, R. handelii, and R. setschwana, and a recently described species, R. pluriloculata, are documented based on specimens collected from the holotype localities. Furthermore, one new species was discovered: Rinodina hengduanensis, characterized by areolate to subsquamulose thallus, jigsaw-like areoles, lecanorine apothecium, and Dirinaria-type ascospores. Rinodina setschwana is transferred to the genus Buellia based on its morphology, chemistry, and phylogeny and proposed as Buellia setschwana. We provide detailed morphological descriptions, pictures, and molecular phylogenetic analyses.
Keywordlichenized Ascomycetes new species Physciaceae taxonomy SUBUNIT RIBOSOMAL DNA GENUS RINODINA LICHENIZED ASCOMYCOTINA IQ-TREE PHYSCIACEAE EASTERN EVOLUTION PHYLOGENY TAXONOMY SEQUENCE
Subject AreaBiodiversity & Conservation ; Environmental Sciences & Ecology
DOI10.3390/d15060705
WOS IDWOS:001014133600001
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.kib.ac.cn/handle/151853/74996
Collection中国科学院昆明植物研究所
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Zhong,Qiuyi,Ai,Min,Worthy,Fiona Ruth,et al. Rediscovery of Five Rinodina Species Originally Described from Southwest China and One New Species[J]. DIVERSITY-BASEL,2023,15(6):705.
APA Zhong,Qiuyi.,Ai,Min.,Worthy,Fiona Ruth.,Yin,Ancheng.,Jiang,Yi.,...&Wang,Xinyu.(2023).Rediscovery of Five Rinodina Species Originally Described from Southwest China and One New Species.DIVERSITY-BASEL,15(6),705.
MLA Zhong,Qiuyi,et al."Rediscovery of Five Rinodina Species Originally Described from Southwest China and One New Species".DIVERSITY-BASEL 15.6(2023):705.
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