3 edition of lichen genus Cladonia in North America found in the catalog.
lichen genus Cladonia in North America
John Walter Thomson
Bibliography: p. -158.
|Statement||[by] John W. Thomson.|
|LC Classifications||QK587 .T45|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||68085084|
This page links to 17 index pages: 16 of them provide links to photos of identified lichens, including those that are identified to genus but not to species. It also links to an index page providing access to about "mystery" lichens that are completely or partially unidentified, and a . North American Lichen Checklist, Version (#17) 16 May ; List of British Lichens & Lichenicolous Fungi; USDA Plant Database; Index Fungorum; MycoBank; Brodo, Sharnoff, & Sharnoff. Lichens of North America; Cladonia rei and Cladonia subulata. Spier, L. and Aptroot, A. () Cladonia rei is a chemotype and synonym of Cladonia subulata.
This book is not a field guide. It is a lab manual key for serious lichenologists interested in chemical and microscopic testing and contains the latest nomenclatures. It is an updated version of the same key found in the larger book Lichens of North America. Instead of buying this book I would recommend the larger book by the same author/5(13). Cladonia perforata on the U.S. Endangered Species List; North American Lichen Checklist; Brodo, Sharnoff, & Sharnoff. Lichens of North America; MycoBank; Index Fungorum; Links to photos. Stephen Sharnoff's Lichen Photos - Cladonia perforata; Vernacular name.
Cladonia ecmocyna f. intermedia (Robbins) J.W. Thomson, The lichen genus Cladonia in North America: 97 () [MB#] 2. Cladonia ecmocyna var. intermedia (Robbins) A. Evans () [MB#]. Lichen Nomenclature, Lichen Literature, and Lichen Herbaria Published by Guset User, Description: Lichen Nomenclature, Lichen Literature, and Lichen Herbaria How do we decide which is the correct name for a lichen species?
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The Lichen Genus Cladonia in North America Book Description: As a working key and manual to the lichen genus Cladonia on the American continent north of Mexico, this study will be a valuable aid to professional lichenologists, botanists, mycologists, plant ecologists, plant ecologists and naturalists.
Two characteristics make Lichens of North America a pleasure to read and use. The writing (by Brodo, from the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa) is clear and easy to understand, even for beginning lichenologists, and the illustrations are absolutely marvelous (there are over color photographs taken by the Sharnoffs, mostly in the field).Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thomson, John Walter, Lichen genus Cladonia in North America.
[Toronto]: University of Toronto Press, © lichens of north america This informational portion of the sharnoffphotos website is also still being maintained on a site of its own, It grew out of the activities of Sylvia and Stephen Sharnoff, who did the photographic fieldwork for the book Lichens of North America, by Irwin and the Sharnoffs, published in November.
Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Thomson, John Walter, Lichen genus Cladonia in North America.
[Toronto]: University of Toronto Press, © This is a list of common names of lichen a common name for a lichen genus is the same as the scientific name for that genus, it is not included in the following list.
This list only includes genera common names that are widely used, as indicated by the common name either appearing in a peer reviewed scientific publication or in a scientifically reliable reference source.
Cladonia rangiferina, also known as reindeer lichen (cf. renlav) or grey reindeer lichen, is a light-colored, fruticose lichen belonging to the family grows in both hot and cold climates in well-drained, open environments.
Found primarily in areas of alpine tundra, it is extremely cold-hardy. Other common names include reindeer moss, deer moss, and caribou moss, but these Class: Lecanoromycetes. Two characteristics make Lichens of North America a pleasure to read and use. The writing (by Brodo, from the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa) is clear and easy to understand, even for beginning lichenologists, and the illustrations are absolutely marvelous (there are over color photographs taken by the Sharnoffs, mostly in the field)/5(70).
Cladonia (cup lichen) is a genus of moss-like lichens in the family are the primary food source for reindeer/caribou. Cladonia species are of economic importance to reindeer-herders, such as the Sami in Scandinavia or the Nenets in Russia.
Antibiotic compounds are extracted from some species to create antibiotic cream. The light green species Cladonia stellaris is used in Class: Lecanoromycetes. The genus Cladonia (lichenized Ascomycota, Cladoniaceae) in South Korea Article (PDF Available) in Mycotaxon -Ithaca Ny- (1) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Cup lichen, (genus Cladonia), widely distributed yellow, gray, or brown lichens usually found on the ground or on rocks in the thallus varies in shape from simple and pointed to cup-shaped.
One of the most commonly collected lichens, it contains a gummy or starchy material. The first North American (north of Mexico) lichen checklist produced by Mason Hale and Bill Culberson in (Castanea ) listed 2, species in genera (their count), and included few or no lichenicolous or allied fungi.
Cladonia: a field guide by Nick Hodgetts (), JNCC. An introduction to this widely distributed lichen genus; keys and descriptions for 82 species and varieties. Paperback 39pp.
Usnea: an Aide Memoire by Peter James (), British Lichen Society. Pyrenocarp Handbook by Alan Orange (). This informal identification guide was originally. At last, a light and easy-to-use field guide to the rich lichen flora of Northeastern North America.
The authors have designed this user-friendly guide for amateur naturalists, nature interpreters. Common Lichens of Northeastern North America: A Field Guide Hardcover – Jan.
12 The combination of life work shows in the layout of the book. Included are common names of the lichen many that were proposed by the great lichenologist Irwin Brodo.
This is perhaps one of the best natural history field guides out there in the wilds of /5(10). There are apparently several species of Cladonia in North America that look at least vaguely like the British soldier lichen, including several species in the southeast and northwest.
If you're really interested in the many beautiful lichens, I recommend you get a book called Lichens of North America, by Irwin M. Brodo, Sylvia Duran Sharnoff, and Stephen Sharnoff. Cladonia stellaris is an ecologically important species of lichen that forms continuous mats over large areas of the ground in boreal and arctic regions around the circumpolar north.
The species is a preferred food source of reindeer and caribou during the winter months, and it has an important role in regulating nutrient cycling and soil microbiological : Cladoniaceae.
The wolf lichen (Letharia vulpina) has a bright yellow-green colour and grows in Europe and western North America. It contains a yellow chemical called vulpinic acid, which is poisonous to mammals. In the past, wolf lichen mixed with ground glass and meat was used as a poison for s: Globally, there are ab species of lichens; 3, species are in North America.
Cladonia pyxidata or pixie cup lichen. In the most generalized sense, lichens are divided into five categories according to their basic morphology: crustose, foliose, fruticose, squalmulose and leprose.
Later that morning, Lake Metroparks biologist John Pogacnik and his son, Shaun, guided me to a field with some open areas, shown in the photo above, in which the soil had been colonized by several species of fruticose lichens in the genus Cladonia.
There are about species of Cladonias in North America, of which 36 have been found in Ohio. Lichens of North America, written by Irwin M. Brodo, Sylvia Duran Sharnoff and Stephen Sharnoff, is part textbook, part coffee table book.A wealth of information coupled with gloriously large and detailed pictures makes this lichen guide book a goal for all other genre!
"[An] amazing book, Lichens of North America, is a gift, a tribute to the beauty, grace, oddity, and dignity of some of the planet’s most obvious yet overlooked organisms.
This encyclopedic book grabs you by the shoulders and shouts, ‘Open your senses to lichens and discover what you’ve been missing!’.of the lichen genus Cladonia TEUVO AHTI Ahti, T.
Taxonomic notes on some American species of the lichen genus Cladonia. — Ann. Bot. Fennici Helsinki. ISSN The nomenclature and taxonomy of some South.
Central and North American species of Clac/onia (Lecanorales. lichen-forming ascomycetes) are discussed. Clailonia.