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Graphis yunnanensis (Ostropales, Graphidaceae), a New Lichen Species from China.

Joshi S, Upreti DK, Wang XY, Hur JS - Mycobiology (2015)

Bottom Line: Graphis yunnanensis is described here as a new species.It is taxonomically well characterized by entire labia, slit-like disc, lateral thalline margin, completely carbonized proper exciple, inspersed hymenium, 8-spored asci, muriform 25~45 × 8~12 µm ascospores, and the presence of norstictic and stictic acids.In addition, the study includes Graphis tenoriensis and Phlyctis karnatakana reported for the first time from China.

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Affiliation: Lichenology Laboratory, CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute, Rana Pratap Marg, Lucknow (UP) 226001, India.

ABSTRACT
Graphis yunnanensis is described here as a new species. It is taxonomically well characterized by entire labia, slit-like disc, lateral thalline margin, completely carbonized proper exciple, inspersed hymenium, 8-spored asci, muriform 25~45 × 8~12 µm ascospores, and the presence of norstictic and stictic acids. The separation of the new species from other somewhat similar Graphis species is discussed. In addition, the study includes Graphis tenoriensis and Phlyctis karnatakana reported for the first time from China.

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A, Habit of Graphis tenoriensis; B, Habit of Phlyctis karnatakana; C, Map showing type locality (TL-Shimoga district, Karnataka) of Phlyctis karnatakana in India, and locality surveyed (Pu'er, Yunnan) in China (scale bars: A, B = 1 mm).
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Figure 2: A, Habit of Graphis tenoriensis; B, Habit of Phlyctis karnatakana; C, Map showing type locality (TL-Shimoga district, Karnataka) of Phlyctis karnatakana in India, and locality surveyed (Pu'er, Yunnan) in China (scale bars: A, B = 1 mm).

Mentions: China, Yunnan Province, Pu'er City, Pu'er National Forest Park, 22°52'08.6" N, 100°59'25.5" E, alt. 1,552 m, on tree trunk, 20 Dec 2013, Hur, Wang & Liu, CH130423 (KoLRI 020829), CH130425 (holotype KoLRI 020831).


Graphis yunnanensis (Ostropales, Graphidaceae), a New Lichen Species from China.

Joshi S, Upreti DK, Wang XY, Hur JS - Mycobiology (2015)

A, Habit of Graphis tenoriensis; B, Habit of Phlyctis karnatakana; C, Map showing type locality (TL-Shimoga district, Karnataka) of Phlyctis karnatakana in India, and locality surveyed (Pu'er, Yunnan) in China (scale bars: A, B = 1 mm).
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Figure 2: A, Habit of Graphis tenoriensis; B, Habit of Phlyctis karnatakana; C, Map showing type locality (TL-Shimoga district, Karnataka) of Phlyctis karnatakana in India, and locality surveyed (Pu'er, Yunnan) in China (scale bars: A, B = 1 mm).
Mentions: China, Yunnan Province, Pu'er City, Pu'er National Forest Park, 22°52'08.6" N, 100°59'25.5" E, alt. 1,552 m, on tree trunk, 20 Dec 2013, Hur, Wang & Liu, CH130423 (KoLRI 020829), CH130425 (holotype KoLRI 020831).

Bottom Line: Graphis yunnanensis is described here as a new species.It is taxonomically well characterized by entire labia, slit-like disc, lateral thalline margin, completely carbonized proper exciple, inspersed hymenium, 8-spored asci, muriform 25~45 × 8~12 µm ascospores, and the presence of norstictic and stictic acids.In addition, the study includes Graphis tenoriensis and Phlyctis karnatakana reported for the first time from China.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Lichenology Laboratory, CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute, Rana Pratap Marg, Lucknow (UP) 226001, India.

ABSTRACT
Graphis yunnanensis is described here as a new species. It is taxonomically well characterized by entire labia, slit-like disc, lateral thalline margin, completely carbonized proper exciple, inspersed hymenium, 8-spored asci, muriform 25~45 × 8~12 µm ascospores, and the presence of norstictic and stictic acids. The separation of the new species from other somewhat similar Graphis species is discussed. In addition, the study includes Graphis tenoriensis and Phlyctis karnatakana reported for the first time from China.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus