Miriquidica deusta

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Miriquidica deusta
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Scientific classification
Kingdom: Fungi
Division: Ascomycota
Class: Lecanoromycetes
Order: Lecanorales
Family: Lecanoraceae
Genus: Miriquidica
Species: Miriquidica deusta
Binomial name
Miriquidica deusta
(Stenh.) Hertel & Rambold[1]
Synonyms[2][3]

Lecanora deusta (Stenh.)
Lecidea deusta (Stenh.) Nyl.
Lecidea deustata Zahlbr.
Lecidea fuscoatra var. deusta Stenh.
Semilecanora deusta (Stenh.) Motyka
Miriquidica garovaglii (Schaerer)
Miriquidica complanata

Miriquidica deusta is a species of lichen in the Lecanoraceae family. A North American native, it generally grows on siliceous rocks.[4] It belongs to the Ascomycota division and Pezizomycotina subdivision, and to the Lecanorales order.[5] These are found in both general and Estonian herbariums.[6]

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  • [1] Online journals-'On Some Saxicolous Lecideoid Lichens of the Beringian Region and Adjacent Areas of Eastern Siberia and Russian Far East'.
  • [2] The Bryologist (BioOne Online Journals)- 'Recent Literature on Lichens—194'.