Pseudocyphellaria anthraspis

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Pseudocyphellaria anthraspis
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P. anthraspis
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Pseudocyphellaria anthraspis

Pseudocyphellaria anthraspis is a species of lichenized fungus in the Lobariaceae family of the Ascomycetes. It was originally named Sticta anthraspis by pioneer lichenologist Erik Acharius in 1803, then given its current name in 1939 by the Swedish botanist Adolf Hugo Magnusson.[1]

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  1. ^ Magnusson AH. (1939). "Western American lichens, mainly from Oregon". Acta Horti Gotoburgensis. 13: 237–53.

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