Evaluated publications containing records of lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Arizona
Preliminary version 1 December 2009

  1. Calatayud, V., P. Navarro-Rosinés & J. Hafellner, 2002: A synopsis of Lichenostigma subgen. Lichenogramma (Arthoniales), with a key to the species. - Mycol. Research 10: 1230 - 1242.

  2. Hafellner, J., 2001: Studies in lichenicolous fungi and lichens XII: On the genus Trematosphaeriopsis (Dothideales). - Mycotaxon 80: 381 - 387.

  3. Heidmarsson, S., 2003: Molecular study of Dermatocarpon miniatum (Verrucariales) and allied taxa. - Mycol. Res. 107,4: 459 - 468.
  4. Henssen, A., B. Büdel & T. Nash, 1985: Three new species of Lichinella described from Mexico. - Bryologist 88: 285 - 292.
  5. Knudsen, K., 2007: Acarospora. - Pp. 1 - 38 in Nash, T. H., Gries, C. & F. Bungartz: Lichen flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region. Volume 3. - Tempe.
  6. Nash, T. H., 1975: Lichens of Maricopa County, Arizona. - J. Arizona Acad. Sci. 10: 119 - 125.

  7. Nash, T. H. & J. A. Elix, 1986: A new species and new records in the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vain.) Hale (Ascomycotina: Parmeliaceae) for North America. - Mycotaxon 26: 453 - 455.
  8. Nash, T. H. & A. B. Johnsen, 1975: Catalog of the lichens of Arizona. - Bryologist 78: 7 - 24.

  9. Printzen, C. & G. Kantvilas, 2004: Hertelidea, genus novum Stereocaulacearum (Ascomycetes lichenisati). - Bibliotheca Lichenologica, Festschrift Hannes Hertel 88: 539 - 553.

  10. Schultz, M., 2007: On the identity of Anema dodgei, Psorotichia segregata and Psorotichia squamulosa, three misunderstood cyanolichens from the southwestern United States. - Bryologist 110, 2: 286 - 294.
  11. St. Clair, L. L., S. R. Rushforth & J. D. Brotherson, 1986: The influence of microhabitat on diversity, distribution and abundance of corticolous lichens in Zion National Park, Utah and Navajo National Monument, Arizona. - Mycotaxon 26: 253 - 262.
  12. Takenaka, Y., T. Tanahashi, N. Nagakura & N. Hamada, 2002: Production of Anthraquinones by the cultured mycobionts of Xanthoria polycarpa and X. elegans. - Lichenology 1: 7 - 10.

  13. Westberg, Martin, 2004: Vezdaea rheocarpa new to North America. - Mycotaxon 89, 1: 153 - 154.
  14. Wetmore, C. M., 2004: The isidiate corticolous Caloplaca species in North and Central America. - Bryologist 107,3: 284 - 292.

Not evaluated:

  1. Ahmann, G. B. & A. Mathey, 1967: Lecanoric acid and some constituents of Parmelia tinctorum and Pseudevernia intensa. - Bryologist 70: 93 - 97.
  2. Ahti, T., 1966: Parmelia olivacea and the allied non-isidiate and non-sorediate corticolous lichens in the Northern Hemisphere. - Acta Bot. Fenn. 70: 1 - 68.
  3. Anderson, R. A., 1962: The lichen flora of the Dakota Sandstone in north-central Colorado. - Bryologist 65: 242 - 261.
  4. -----. 1965. Additions to the lichen flora of North America. I. - Bryologist 68: 54-63.
  5. ----- and W. A. Weber. 1962. Two new species of Parmelia from western United States. - Bryologist 65L 234-241.
  6. Arvidsson, L. 1982. A monograph of the lichen genus Coccocarpia. - Opera Botanica 67: 1-96.

  7. Berry, E. C., 1941: A monograph of the genus Parmelia in North America, north of Mexico. - Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 28: 31 - 146.
  8. Bouly de Lesdain, M., 1914: Notes lichénologiques--XVI. Bull. Soc. Bot. France 61: 15 - 21.
  9. Bowler, P. A., 1972: The distribution of four chemical races of Cladonia chlorophaea in North America. - Bryologist 75: 350 - 354.
  10. Boykin, M. A. and T. H. Nash III. 1994. The lichen flora of Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. Journal of the Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science 28: 59-69.
  11. Breuss, O. and B. McCune. 1994. Additions to the pyrenolichen flora of North America. The Bryologist 97: 365-370.
  12. Brodo, I. M., 1984. The North American species of the Lecanora subfusca group. In: H. Hertel & F. Oberwinkler: Festschrift J. Poelt, Beiheft 79 zur Nova Hedwegia, p. 63-185.
    -----. 1991. Studies in the lichen genus Ochrolechia. 2. Corticolous species of North America. Can. J. Bot. 69: 733-772.
    ----- and D. L. Hawksworth. 1977. Alectoria and allied genera in North America. Opera Botanica 42: 1-64.
  13. Brough, S. G., 1988: Navajo lichen dyes. Lichenologist 20: 279 - 290.

  14. Culberson, C. F.., 1965: A note on the chemical strains of Parmelia furfuracea. - Bryologist 68: 435 - 439.
  15. Culberson, C. F. & W. L. Culberson, 1969: First reports of lichen substances from seven genera of lichens. The Bryologist 72: 210-214.
  16. Culberson, W. L. 1960. Parmelia ulophyllodes (Vain.) Savicz in North American lichen flora. Jour. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 76: 141-142.
  17. Culberson, C. F., 1961a: The Parmelia quercina group in North America. Amer. Jour. Bot. 48: 168-174.
  18. Culberson, C. F. 1961b. The discovery of the lichen Parmeliopsis placorodia in western North America. Madro¤o 16: 31.
  19. Culberson, C. F.. 1962. Some pseudocyphellate Parmeliae. Nova Hedwigia 4: 563-577.
  20. Culberson, C. F. and C. F. Culberson. 1956. The systematics of the Parmelia dubia group in North America. Amer. Jour. Bot. 43: 678-687.
  21. Culberson, C. F. and M. E. Hale, Jr. 1966. The range of Normandina pulchella in North America. The Bryologist 69: 365-367.
    Darrow, R. A. 1950. The arboreal lichen flora of southeastern Arizona. Amer. Midl. Nat. 43: 484-502.
  22. Culberson, C. F.Degelius, G. 1954. The lichen genus Collema in Europe. Morphology, taxonomy, ecology. Symbolae Upsaliensis 13: 1-499.
    Dibben, M. J. 1980. The chemosystematics of the lichen genus Pertusaria in North America north of Mexico. Milwaukee Public museum, Publications in Biology and Geology 5: 1-162.
    Duewer, E. A. H. 1971. The taxonomy and morphology of the lichen genus Acarospora and its phycobiont Trebouxia. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Arizona, Tucson. 123 pp. [Not seen; presumably mentions species in Arizona]
    Egan, R. S. 1972a. Catalog of the lichens of New Mexico. The Bryologist 75: 7-35.
    -----. 1972b. A note on the distribution of Omphalodium arizonicum in the United States. The Bryologist 75: 576-578.
    -----. 1987. A fifth checklist of the lichen-forming, lichenicolous and allied fungi of the continental United States and Canada. - Bryologist 90: 77-173.
    Esslinger, T.L. 1973. Chemical and taxonomic studies on some corticolous members of the lichen genus Cetraria in western North America. Mycologia 65: 602-613.
    -----. 1977. A chemosystematic revision of the brown Parmeliae. Journ. Hattori Bot. Lab. 42: 1-211.
    -----. 1978. Studies in the lichen family Physciaceae. II The genus Phaeophyscia in North America. Mycotaxon 7: 283-320.
    -----. 1986. Studies in the lichen family Physcicea. VII. The new genus Physciella. Mycologia 78: 92-97.
    ----- and R. S. Egan. 1995: A sixth checklist of the lichen-forming, lichenicolous, and allied fungi of the continental United States and Canada. - Bryologist 98: 467-549.
    Fenneman, N. M. 1931. Physiography of Western United States. New York.
    Fink, B. 1909a. The composition of a desert lichen flora. Mycologia 1: 87-103.
    -----. 1909b. Lichens of the Desert Laboratory domain. In: Spalding, V. M. (ed.), Distribution and Movement of Desert Plants. Carnegie Inst. Wash. Publ. 113: 24-27.
    -----. 1919. Additions to lichen distribution in North America. Mycologia 11: 296-307.
    -----. 1935. The lichen flora of the United States. Ann Arbor.
    Flowers, S. 1963. The lichen and moss floar of Betakin Canyon and vicinity, Navajo National Monument, Arizona. Univ. of Utah Div. of Biol. Sciences Misc. Papers No. 3. Institute of Environmental Biological Research.
       
    Goffinet, B. and . Hastings. 1994. Peltigera in Alberta.
    Hale, M. E., Jr. 1952. Studies on the lichen Rinodina oreina. - Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 79: 251-259.
    -----. 1955a. Xanthoparmelia in North America. I. The Parmelia conspersa-stenophylla group. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 82: 9-21.
    -----. 1955b. Studies on the chemistry and distribution of North American lichens (105). The Bryologist 58: 242-246.
    -----. 1965. A monograph of Parmelia subgenus Amphigymnia. - Contrib. U. S. Nat. Herb. 36: 193-358.
    -----. 1967. New taxa in Cetraria, Parmelia, and Parmeliopsis. - Bryologist 70: 414 - 422.
    -----. 1969. How to Know the Lichens. Wm. C. Brown Co., Dubuque, Iowa.
    -----. 1971. Two new species of Parmelia (Lichens) from North America. Phytologia 22: 92-93.
    -----. 1979. How to Know the Lichens. Second edition. Wm. C. Brown Co., Dubuque, Iowa.
    -----. 1984: New species of Xanthoparmelia (Vain.) Hale (Ascomycotina: Parmeliaceae). Mycotaxon 20: 73-79.
    -----. 1990: A synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae). Smithsonian ContributionstoBotany 74: 1-250.
    ----- and W. L. Culberson. 1970. A fourth checklist of the lichens of the continental United States and Canada. - Bryologist 73: 499-543.
    ----- and S. Kurokawa 1964. Studies on Parmelia subgenus Parmelia. Contrib. U. S. Nat. Herb. 36: 121-191.
    Hasse, H. E. 1911. Additions to the lichen flora of southern California. No. 5. The Bryologist 14: 2-4.
    -----. 1912. Additions to the lichen flora of southern California. No. 7. The Bryologist 15: 45-48.
    -----. 1913. The lichen flora of southern California. - Contrib. U. S. Nat.Herb. 17: 1-132.
    Hedrick, J. 1934. New genera and species of lichens from the herbarium of Bruce Fink. II. Mycologia 26: 153-166. Henssen, A. 1963a. A study of the genus Koerberia. - Can. Jour. Bot. 41: 1347 - 1357.
    -----. 1963b. The North American species of Placynthium. Can. Jour. Bot. 41: 1687-1724.
    -----. 1968. Eine neue Lichenella-Art aus Nordamerika (Lichenes). Nova Hedwigia 15: 543-550.
    ----. 1969, Lichenes Cyanophili Exsiccati. Herausgegeben von Aino Henssen, Botansiches Institut der Universit„t Marburg. Fasc. I (Nos. 1-25).
    -----. 1990. Lichenes Cyanophili et Fungi Saxicolae Exsiccati. Ausgegeben von Aino Henssen, Fachbereich Biologie der Philipps-Universität Marburg. Fasc. III (Nos. 51-75).
    -----. 1994. Contribution to the morphology and species delimitation in Heppia sensu stricto (lichenized Ascomycotina). Acta Bot. Fennica 150: 57-73.
    Herre, A. W. C. T. 1911. The desert lichens of Reno, Nevada. Bot. Gaz. 51: 286-297.
    Howard, G. E. 1970. The lichen genus Ochrolechia in North America north of Mexico. The Bryologist 73: 93-130.
    Howe, R. H., Jr. 1910. A manual of the genus Usnea as represented in North and Middle America, north of the 15th parallel. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 37: 1-18.
    -----. 1911. The genus Evernia as represented in North and Middle America. Bot. Gaz. 51: 431-442.
    -----. 1914a. North American species of the genus Ramalina. Part III. The Bryologist 17: 1-7.
    -----. 1914b. North American species of the genus Ramalina. Part IV. The Bryologist 17: 17-27.
    Imshaug, H. 1957a. The lichen genus Pyxine in North and Middle America. Trans. Amer. Micros. Soc. 76: 246-269.
    -----. 1957b. Alpine lichens of western United States and adjacent Canada. I. The macrolichens. The Bryologist 60: 177-272.
    ----- and I. M. Brodo. 1966. Biosystematic studies on Lecanora pallida and some related lichens in the Americas. Nova Hedwigia 12: 1-59. Johnsen, A. B. 1965a. Some lichens from West Fork, Coconino County, Arizona. The Bryologist 68: 241-243.
    -----. 1965b. A preliminary study on the environment of three plant communities on a cliff. Plateau 37: 85 - 94.
    Kalb, K., J. Hafellner and B. Staiger. 1995. [parasites on Haematomma]. Bibl. Lichenol. 59.
    Knoph, J. G. and C. Leuckert. 1994. Chemotaxonomic studies in the saxicolous species of the lichen genus Lecidella in America. Nova Hedwigia 59: 455-508.
    ----- and R. Schmidt. 1995. Untersuchungen einiger Arten der Gattung Lecidella mit Hochdruckflssigkeitschromatographie unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von epiphytischen Proben. Bibl. Lichenol. 57: 307-326.
    Krog, H. and T. D. V. Swinscow. 1979. Parmelia subgenus Hypotrachyna in East Africa. Nordic Journal of Botany 26: 11-43.
    Llano, G. A. 1950. A monograph of the Lichen Family Umbilicariaceae in the Western Hemisphere. Off. of Naval Res., Washington, D.C.
    Lowe, C. H. 1964. Arizona's Natural Environment. Tucson.
    Lumbsch, H. T. 1989. Die holarktischen Vertreter der Flechtengattung Diploschistes (Thelotremataceae). Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 66: 133-196.
    -----. 1993. Studien ber die Flechtengattung Diploschistes I. Nova Hedwigia 56: 227-236.
    ----- and T. H. Nash III. 1995. New species and new records of Lecanora s. str. from western North America. The Bryologist 98(3): 398-401.
    Magnusson, A. H. 1929. A monograph of the genus Acarospora. Kungl. Svenska Vetenskapsakad. Handl. 7: 3-400.
    -----. 1935. On the species of Biatorella and Sarcogyne in America. Ann. Crypt. Exot. 7: 115-146.
    -----. 1937. Additional notes on Acarosporaceae. Acta Hort. Gotob. 12: 87-103.
    -----. 1944. Some species of Caloplaca from North America. Bo.t Not. 35: 63-79. -----. 1953. New lichens, mainly Rinodina species from U. S. A. Bot. Not. 44: 187-196.
    -----. 1954. New lichens. Bot. Not. 45: 192-201.
    -----. 1956. A second supplement on the monograph of Acarospora, with keys. Goteborgs k. Vetensk. -o. Vitterh. Samb. Handl. 6th Foljden, Ser. B, 6: 1-34.
    Mattson, J.-E. 1993. A monograph of the genus Vulpicida (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycetes). Opera Botanica 119: 1-61.
    McDougall, W. B. 1947. Plants of Grand Canyon National Park. Grnad Canyon Nat. Hist. Assoc. Bull. 10: 1-126.
    McCune, B. 1987. The distribution of chemotypes of Rhizoplaca in North America. The Bryologist 90: 6-14.
    McKee, E. D. 1929. Grand Canyon lichens. Grand Canyon Nature Notes 4(1). Unpaged. [Not seen]
    Motyka, J. 1936-38. Lichenum Generis Usnea Studium monographicum. Pars Systematica. Leopoli.
    Nash, T. H. III. 1973a. Two new species of Xanthoparmelia from Arizona. The Bryologist 76: 211-216.
    -----. 1973b. Additions to the lichen flora of Arizona I. The Bryologist 76: 545-547.
    -----. 1974a. Two new Xanthoparmelia[-e?] with diffractaic acid. The Bryologist 77: 234-235.
    -----. 1974b. Lichens of the Page environs as potential indicators of air pollution. J. of the Arizona Academy of Scinece 9: 97-101.
    -----. 1975. Lichens of Maricopa County, Arizona. J. Ariz.- Nev. Acad. Sci. 10: 119-125.
    -----. 1976. Lichens of the White Mountains, Arizona. J. Ariz.-Nev. Acad. Sci. 12 53-56.
    -----. 1985. Additions to the lichen flora of Arizona III. The Bryologist 88: 19-22.
    -----. 1989. Lichenes Exsiccati Distributed by Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, U.S.A. Fasc. 3 (No. 51-75), Fasc. 4 (No. 76-100). 12 pages. -----, J. Hafellner and R. S. Common. 1990. Omphalora, a new genus in the Parmeliaceae. Lichenologist 22: 355-365. ----- and W. A. Weber. 1974. Additions to the lichen flora of Arizona II. The Bryologist 77: 472-274.
    Nebeker, G. T., L. St. Clair. 1984. The lichen flora of Navajo National Monument, Arizona. Mycotaxon 19: 413-422.
    Nimis, P. L., J. Poelt and M. Tretiach. 1994. Caloplaca wetmorei, a new lichen species from western North America. The Bryologist 97(2): 182-185.
    Patraw, P. M. 1936. Check-list of plant of Grand Canyon National Park. Grand Canyon Nat. Hist. Assoc. Bull. 6: 1-75.
    Poelt, J. and T. H. Nash III. 1993. Studies in the Umbilicaria vellea group (Umbilicariaceae) in North America. The Bryologist 96(3): 422-430.
    Riddle, L. W. 1910. The North American species of Stereocaulon. Bot. Gaz. 50: 285-304.
    Rudolph, E. D. 1953. A contribution to the lichen flora of Arizona and New Mexico. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 40: 63-72.
    Runemark, H. 1956. Studies in Rhizocarpon II. Distribution and ecology ofthe yellow species in Europe. - Opera Bot. 2: 1-150.
    Ryan, B. D. 1990. A study of Lecanora valesiaca (lichenized Ascomycotina) with notes on L. dispersoareolata, L. albula and Squamarina subg. Petroplaca in North America. Nova Hedwigia 50(1-2): 81-96.
    ----- & T. H. Nash III. 1993. Lecanora sect. Placodium (Lichenized Ascomycotina) in North America: Lecanora mazatazalensis, sp.nov. and L. laatokkaensis. Cryptogamic Botany 3: 264-269.
    ----- & -----. 1995. Lecanora sect. Petrasterion (lichenized Ascomycotina) in North America: Lecanora pueblae sp. nov., from Mexico and Lecanora kofae sp. nov. from Arizona. Mycotaxon 53: 479-488.
    St. Clair, L. L. and C. C. Newberry. 1992. Lichens as biomonitors of air quality in the Chiricahua Mountains of Arizona. Pages 113-116 in: Barton, A. M. & S. A. Sloane (eds.), Chiricahua Mountains Research Symposium Proceedings. Southwes Parks and Monuments Association, Tucson.
    Sellers, W. D. 1960. Arizona Climate. Tucson.
    Sheard, J. W. 1974. The genus Dimelaena in North America north of Mexico. - Bryologist 77: 128-141.
    Shushan, S. and R. A. Anderson, 1969. Catalog of the lichens of Colorado. - Bryologist 72: 451-483.
    Sierk, H. A. 1964. The genus Leptogium in North America north of Mexico. The Bryoloist 67: 245-315. Staiger, B. and K. Kalb. 1995. Haematomma-Studien. I. Die Flechtengattung Haematomma. Bibl. Lichenol. 59: 1-198.
    Thomson, J. W., Jr. 1950. The species of Peltigera of North America north of Mexico. Amer. Midl. Nat. 44: 1-68.
    -----. 1963. The lichen genus Physcia in North America. Beih. Nova Hedwigia 7: viii + 172.
    -----. 1967a. The Lichen Genus Cladonia in North America. Toronto.
    -----. 1967b. Notes on Rhizocarpon in the Artic. Nova Hedwigia 14: 421-482.
    -----. 1984. American Arctic Lichens 1. The Macrolichens. Columbia University Press, New York.
    -----. 1987. The lichen genera Catapyrenium and Placidiopsis in North America. Bryologist 90: 27-39.
    -----. 1991. The lichen genus Staurothele in North America. The Bryologist 94(4): 351-367.
    ----- and T. H. Nash III. 1976. Three new lichens from the Southwest: Xanthoria concinna sp. nov., Lecanora collatolica sp. nov., and Toninia conglomerata. The Bryologist 79(3): 350-353.
    Timdal, E. 1986. A revision of Psora (Lecideaceae) in North America. The Bryologist 89(4): 253-275.
    -----. 1991. A monograph of the genus Toninia (Lecideaceae, Ascomycetes). Opera Botanica 110: 1-137.
    Triebel, D., G. Rambold and T. H. Nash. 1991. On lichenicolous fungi from continental North America. Mycotaxon 42: 263-296.
    Tuckerman, E. 1878. Lichens. In: Rothrock, J. T., Reports upon the botanical collections made in portions of Nevada, Utah, California, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona during the years 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874 and 1875.
    -----. 1882. A Synopsis of the North American Lichens: Part I, Comprising the Parmeliacei, Cladonei, and Coenogoniei. Boston.
    -----. 1888. A Synopsis of the North American Lichens: Part II, Comprising the Lecideaci, and (in part) the Graphidacei. New Bedford.
    Weber, W. A. 1961. Lichenes Exsiccati [Distributed by the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.]. Fascicle 1, No. 1-40. Boulder.
    -----. 1963a. Lichens of the Chiricahua Mountains, Arizona. Univ. Colo. Stud. Ser. Biol. No. 10:1-27.
    -----. 1963b. Lichenes Exsiccati. Fascicle 2, No. 41-80. Boulder.
    -----. 1965a. The lichen flora of Colorado: 2. Pannariaceae. Univ. Colo. Stud. Ser. Biol. No. 16: 1-10.
    -----. 1965b. Lichenes Exsiccati. Fascicle 3, No. 81-120.
    -----. 1967. A synopsis of the North American species of Cyphelium. The Bryologist 70: 197-203.
    -----. 1971a. A new species of Aspicilia (Lichenes, Lecanoraceae) from western United States. The Bryologist 74: 183-185.
    -----. 1975. Lichenes Exsiccati. Fascicle 10-11 (no. 361-440)
    Wetmore, C. M. 1960. The lichen genus Nephroma in North and Middle America. Publ. Mus., Michigan State Univ. Biol. Ser. 1: 369-452.
    -----. 1968. Lichens of the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming. Publ. Mus., Michigan State Univ. Biol. Ser. 3: 209-464.
    -----. 1970. The lichen family Heppiaceae in North America. Ann. Mo. Bot. Gard. 57; 158-209.
    -----. 1987. Lichens and air quality in Saguaro National Monument. Final report, National Park Service Contract CX 0001-2-0034.
    -----. 1994. The lichen genus Caloplaca in North and Central America with brown or black apothecia. Mycologia 86: 813-838.
    -----. 1996. The Caloplaca sideritis group in North and Central America. The Bryologist 99: 292-314.
    Willey, H. 1881. A new North American lichen. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 8: 140-141.
    -----. 1896. Notes on some North American species of Parmelia. Bot. Gaz. 21: 202- 206.
    Zahlbruckner, A. 1908. New North American lichens. Bull. Torrey Bot. Club 35: 297-300.
    -----. 1909. Neue Flechten V. Annal. Mycolog. 7: 472-478.
    -----. 1931. Catalogus Lichenum Universalis. Band 7. Leipzig.
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