Recent Publications based, at least in part, on specimens from the MSU Lichen Collection

Fryday, A. M., Ertz, D. & Jørgensen, P.M., Insights onto the genus Austrella (Pannariaceae, Peltigerales, Collematineae), including a new species from the Falkland Island. Lichenologist 49(1): 57–65.

Ertz, D. & Fryday, A., A remarkable endohymenial species of Arthothelium (Arthoniales) from Campbell Island, New Zealand. Lichenologist 49(1): 93–97

Ertz, D., Fryday, A., Schmitt, I., Charrier, M., Dudek, M. & Kukwa, M. Ochrolechia kerguelensis sp. nov. from the Southern Hemisphere and O. antarctica reinstated from the synonymy of O. parella. Phytotaxa 280 (2): 129–140.

Fryday, A. M. & Tønsberg, T. Ameliella - a bryicolous lichen genus rediscovered in North America after 50 years. Evansia 32(4): 171–175.

Resl, P., Schneider, K., Westberg, M., Printzen, P., Palice, Z., Thor, G., Fryday, A. M., Mayrhofer, H. & Spribille, T. Diagnostics for a troubled backbone: testing topological hypotheses of trapelioid lichenized fungi in a large-scale phylogeny of Ostropomycetidae (Lecanoromycetes). Fungal Diversity 73: 239–258.

Fryday, A.M., Printzen, C & Ekman, S. Bryobilimbia, a new genus for Lecidea hypnorum and closely related species. Lichenologist 46: 25–37.

Fryday, A.M. & Hertel H. A contribution to the family Lecideaceae s. lat. (Lecanoromycetidae inc. sed., lichenized Ascomycota) in the southern subpolar region; including eight new species and some revised generic circumscriptions. Lichenologist 46: 389–412.

Muggia, L., Prerez-Ortega, S., Fryday, A., Spribille, T., & Grube, M. Global assessment of genetic variation and phenotypic plasticity in the lichen-forming species Tephromela atra. Fungal Diversity 64: 233–251.

Rodriguez Flakus, P. & Printzen, C. Palicella, a new genus of lichenized fungi and its phylogenetic position in Lecanoraceae. Lichenologist 46: 535–552.

Sheard, J.W., McCune, B. & Tønsberg, T. A new corticolous species of Rinodina (Physciaceae) and two interesting range extensions for species collected from Katmai National Park, Alaska. Bryologist 117: 253–258.

Fox, Howard F. & Cullen, Maria L. A review of lichenology in Saint Lucia including a lichen checklist. Harvard Papers in Botany 19: 1–22.

Medeiros, I. D., Fryday, A. M. & Rajakaruna, N. Additional Lichen Records and Mineralogical Data from Metal-Contaminated Sites in Maine. Rhodora 116: 323–347.

Elvebakk, A. Pannaria minutiphylla and P. pulverulacea, two new and common austral species previously interpreted as Pannaria microphyllizans (Nyl.) P. M. Jørg. Lichenologist 459–20

Fryday, A. M. Book Review: Laursen, G. A. & R. D. Seppelt. 2009. Common Interior Alaska Cryptogams, University of Alaska Press. Bryologist 116: 95

Crow, G. E. In Memoriam: Norton G. Miller 1942–2011. Rhodora 114: 409–423

Galloway, D.J. The lichen genera Aspiciliopsis and Placopsis (Trapeliales: Trapeliaceae: Ascomycota) in New Zealand. Phytotaxa 120: 1–194

Hutten, H., Arup, U., Breuss, O., Esslinger, T. L., Fryday, A. M., Knudsen, K., Lendemer, J. C., Printzen, C., Root, H. T., Schultz, M.,Sheard, J., Tønsberg, T. & McCune, B. Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Yosemite National Park, California. North American Fung 8: 11-47

Kaminsky, B., Rosentreter, R., DeBolt, A. Ecology and Distribution of Coccocarpia filiformis and Other New and Uncommon Florida Lichens. Evansia 30: 79–89

Nelson, P. R., & Wheeler, T. Cephalodia found on Fuscopannaria viridescens. Lichenologist 45: 694–696

LaGreca, S. & Lumbsch, H. T. Taxonomic investigations of Lecanora strobilina and L. symmicta (Lecanoraceae, Lecanorales) in northeastern North America. Bryologist 116: 287–295

Andreas, B. K. A revision of Bilindia (Seligeriaceae) from southern South America. Bryologist 116: 263–280

Blanchon, D., de Lange, P. & Bannister, J. Confirmation of Ramalina microspora Kremp. (Ramalinaceae, Ascomycota) for the Kermadec Islands, Australasian Lichenology 70: 30–35

Fryday, A. M. & Kantvilas, G. Rhizocarpon austroamphibium (Rhizocarpaceae, lichenized Ascomycota): a new species from Tasmania., Australasia Lichenology 71: 12–17

Sanders, R. W. Taxonomy of Lantana sect. Lantana (Verbenaceae): II. Taxonomic revision, J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 6(2): 403 – 441

Rajakaruna, N., Knudsen, K., Fryday, A.M., O'Dell, R.E., Pope, N., Olday F.C. & Woolhouse, S. Influence of rock type on saxicolous lichen communities of the New Idria serpentine mass, San Benito County, California, USA, Lichenologist 44: 695–714.

Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. New taxa, reports, and names of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi, mainly from the Scottish Highlands. Lichenologist 44: 723–737.

Fryday, A. M. & Linda in Arcadia Typification and a revised basionym for Fuscidea lygaea, and a new name for Amandinea lecideina. Graphis Scripta 24: 41–44.

Fryday, A.M. & Knight, A. A new species of Megalaria (Ramalinaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) from South Island, New Zealand. Australasian Lichenology 70: 26–29.

Kantvilas, G. The genus Menegazzia (Lecanorales: Parmeliaceae) in Tasmania revisited. Lichenologist 44: 189–246.

Knudsen, K., Flakus, A. & Kukwa, M. A contribution to the study of Acarosporaceae in South America. Lichenologist 44: 253–262.

Vondrák, J., Šoun, J., Vondráková, O., Fryday, A.M., Khodosovtsev, A. & Davydov E. Absence of anthraquinone pigments is paraphyletic and a phylogenetically unreliable character in the Teloschistaceae. Lichenologist 44: 401–418.

Øvstedal, D.O., & Fryday, A.M. New species, combinations and records of lichenized-fungi from the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas). Lichenologist 44: 483–500.

Fryday, A. M. New species and combinations in Calvitimela and Tephromela from the southern subpolar region. Lichenologist 43: 225–239.

Fryday, A. M. 2011, How should we deal with the Antarctic and Subantarctic taxa published by Carroll William Dodge? Opuscula Philolichenum 9: 89–98.

Fryday, A. M. 2011, Henry Andrew Imshaug: 29 July 1925 – 18 November 2010 (obituary). IAL Newsletter 44: 16–17.

Fryday, A. M. Phacographa protoparmeliae Hafellner new to northern Europe from arctic Russia. Graphis Scripta 23: 21–23.

Knudsen, K., Fryday, A., Rajakaruna, N., Olday, F. C., ODell, R. E., and Woolhouse, S. Lichens of the New Idria Serpentine Mass, San Benito County, California, USA: A Preliminary Study of the Lichen-Substrate Relationship, Poster presented at the 7th International Conference on Serpentine Ecology, Coimbra, Portugal, June 12-16.

Lendemer, J.C. A standardized morphological terminology and descriptive scheme for Lepraria (Stereocaulaceae). Lichenologist 43: 379–399.

Lumbsch, H. T., Ahti, T., Altermann, S., Amo De Paz, G., Aptroot, A., Arup, U., Bárcenas Peña, A., Bawingan, P. A., Benatti, M. N., Betancourt, L., et al. One hundred new species of lichenized fungi: a signature of undiscovered global diversity. Phytotaxa 18: 1–127.

Mauz, K., Mauz, K. 2011. Cyrus Pringle's vascular plant types from western United States and Mexico, 1881-1884. Harvard Papers in Botany 16: 71–141.

Passo, A. & Calvelo, S. Pannaria byssoidea (Pannariaceae), a new squamulose species from southern South America. Bryologist 114: 756–763.

Quedensley, T. S. & Véliz, M. Ramalina mahoneyi, a new corticolous lichen from a western Guatemalan cloud forest. Lundellia 14: 3–7.

Westberg, M., Morse, C. A. & Wedin, M. Two new species of Candelariella and a key to the Candelariales (lichenized Ascomycetes) in North America. Bryologist 114: 325–334.

Blanchon, D., de Lange, P. & Bannister, J. Confirmation of Ramalina microspora Kremp. (Ramalinaceae, Ascomycota) for the Kermadec Islands. Australasian Lichenology 70: 30–35.

Timdal, E. The lichen genus Phyllopsora (Ramalinaceae) in the West Indies. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 106: 319-352.

Galloway, D.J. Aspiciliopsis (Mull.Arg.) M.Choisy and Placopsis (Nyl.) Linds. (Trapeliaceae: Ascomycota) in Iles Kerguelen. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 106: 57–68.

Øvstedal, D.O. & Fryday, A. M. A new species of Protopannaria (Pannariaceae: Ascomycota) from the southern New Zealand shelf islands, and additional records of Protopannaria from South America. Australasian Lichenology 68: 12–15.

Lücking, R., Seavey, F., Common, R.S., Beeching, S.Q., Breuss, O., Buck, W.R., Crane, L., Hodges, M., Hodkinson, B.P., Lay, E., Lendemer, J.C., McMullin, R.T., Mercado-Díaz, J.A., Nelsen, M.P., Rivas Plata, E., Safranek, W., Sanders, W.B., Schaefer H.P. Jr., and Seavey, J. The Lichens of Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park, Florida: Proceedings from the 18th Tuckerman Workshop. The Bulletin Of The Florida Museum Of Natural History 49: 127–186.

Dibble, A. C., Miller, N. G., Hinds J. W. & Fryday, A. M. Bryophytes and lichens of the alpine and subalpine zones on Katahdin, Maine. 1: Introduction and ecology. Bryologist 112: 651–672.

Fryday, A. M. Lecidea globulispora Nyl. is the correct name for L. antiloga Sirt. Graphis scripta 21: 57–60.

Hinds, J.W., Fryday, A.M. & Dibble, A.C. Bryophytes and lichens of the alpine and subalpine zones on Katahdin, Maine. 3: The lichenized fungi. Bryologist 112: 673–703

Kocourková J & Knudsen, K Gelatinopsis acarosporoides (Helotiaceae), a new lichenicolous fungus on Acarospora socialis from western North America. Bryologist 112: 363–367.

Øvstedal, D.O. & Elix, J.A. A new Stereocaulon from the summit of the volcano La Soufrière, Guadeloupe, French Antilles. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 104: 269–273.

Diederich, P., Ertz, D. & Etayo, J. An enlarged concept of Llimoniella (lichenicolous Helotiales), with a revised key to the species and notes on related genera. Lichenologist 42: 253–269.

Fryday, A. M. A brief lichen foray in the Mount Washington alpine zone – including Claurouxia chalybeioides, Porina norrlinii and Stereocaulon leucophaeopsis new to North America. Opuscula Philolichenum 8: 1–7.

Fryday, A.M. & Lendemer, J.C. 2010 Reassessment of the genus Catillochroma (lichenized Ascomycota, Ramalinaceae). Lichenologist 42: 587–600.

Galloway, D.J. Additions to the Placopsis mycobiota (Trapeliaceae, Ascomycota) of southern South America, with notes on new records (including Aspiciliopsis macrophthalma), and a revised regional key to species. Lichenologist 42: 727–737.

Kantvilas, G. & Fryday, A.M. Two additions to the genus Cliostomum (Ramalinaceae) with broad ascospores. Lichenologist 42: 539–545.

Knudsen, K., Reeb, V., Westberg, M., Srikantha, R. & Bhattacharya, D. Acarospora rosulata in Europe, North America and Asia. Lichenologist 42: 291–296.

Kocourková, J., Fryday, A.M., Knudsen, K. & Lendemer, J.C. Studies in lichen and lichenicolous fungi: more notes on taxa from North America. Mycotaxon 111: 243–249.

Lendemer, J.C., Knudsen, K. & Fryday, A.M. New and interesting lichens, lichenicolous and allied fungi from Yosemite National Park, California, U.S.A. Opuscula Philolichenum 8: 107–120.

Lumbsch, H.T., Divakar, P.K., Messuti, M.I., Mangold, A. & Lücking, R. A survey of thelotremoid lichens (Ascomycota: Ostropales) in subantarctic regions excluding Tasmania. Lichenologist 42: 203–224.

Mercado-Diaz, J.A. & Santiago-Valentin, E. Lichenological Studies in Puerto Rico: History and Current Status. Harvard Papers in Botany 15: 93–101.

Øvstedal, D.O. The lichens of Guadaloupe, French Antilles. Bergen Museum 1–225.

Øvstedal, D.O. & Elix, J.A. A new Stereocaulon from the summit of the volcano La Soufrière, Guadeloupe, French Antilles. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 104: 269–273.

Sheard, J. The lichen genus Rinodina (Ach.) Gray (Lecanorales, Physciaceae) in North America, north of Mexico. National Research Council, Canada 1–254.

Fryday, A. M. & B.J. Coppins Proposal to conserve the name Psoroma versicolor (Degeliella versicolor) against Psoroma subdescendens (lichenized Ascomycota, Pannariaceae). Taxon 58: 293.

McCarthy, P.M. & Fryday, A.M. A new saxicolous species of Porina (Ostropales, Porinaceae) from the Falkland Islands. Opuscula Philolichenum 7: 187–190.

Moniri, M. H., Kamyabi, S. & Fryday, A. M. Rhizocarpon saurinum new to Asia, and other reports of Rhizocarpon species from Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran. Mycologia Balcanica 6: 89–92.

Passo, A. Psoroma y Géneros Relacionados (Pannariaceae, Ascomycota Liquenizados) de Sudamérica Austral: Estudio Taxonómico. Ph.D. Dissertation (Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina)

Sipman, H.J., Elix, J.A. & Nash III, T.H. 2009 Hypotrachyna (Parmeliaceae, Lichenized Fungi). Flora Neotropica 104: 1–176.

Spielmann, A.A. Estudos taxonômicos em Parmotrema s.l. (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota liquenizados) com ácido salazínico. Ph.D. Dissertation, São Paulo, Brasil

Timdal, E. Krogia antillarum (Ramalinaceae), a new lichen species from the West Indies. Bryologist 112: 387–389.

Wedin, M., Högnabba, F. & Goward, T. 2009 A new species of Sphaerophorus, and a key to the family Shaerophoraceae in western North America. Bryologist 112: 368–374.

Wetmore, C.M. New species of Caloplaca (Teloschistaceae) from North America. Bryologist 112: 379–386.

Fryday, A.M. Three new species with cephalodia from the southern New Zealand shelf islands. Lichenologist 40: 283–294.

Fryday, A.M. The genus Fuscidea in North America. Lichenologist 40: 295–328.

Galloway, D.J. Godley Review. Austral Lichenology: 1690-2008. New Zealand Journal of Botany 46: 433–521.

Hertel, H. & Leuckert, C. 2008 Lecidea atrobrunnea in Europe and adjacent parts of Asia and Africa. Sauteria 15: 215–238.

Kantvilas, G. 2The genus Mycoblastus in the cool temperate southern hemisphere, with special reference to Tasmania. Lichenologist 41: 151–178.

Coppins, B.J.& Fryday, A.M. Three new species of Bacidia (Ramalinaceae) from Campbell Island (New Zealand). Bibliotheca Lichenologica 95: 155–164.

Fryday, A.M. Additional Lichen Records from New Zealand 47: Coccotrema corallinum Messuti, Coccotrema pocillarium (C.E. Cumm.) Brodo. Australasian Lichenology 61: 3–5.

Fryday, A.M. A new species of Megalaria from Iles Kerguelen in the southern Indian Ocean. Lichenologist 39: 371–375.

Fryday, A.M.& Coppins, B.J. A second species of Lithographa with submuriform ascospores. Lichenologist 39: 245–250.

Fryday, A.M. Additional Lichen Records from New Zealand 46: Degelia symptychia (Tuck.) P.M. Jørg. Australasian Lichenology 60: 4–5.

Galloway, D.J. Flora of New Zealand: Lichens (revised second edition) Manaaki Whenua Press, Lincoln, New Zealand.

Kantvilas, G. & Elix, J.A. Additions to the lichen family Agyriaceae Corda from Tasmania. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 95: 317-333.

Lendemer, J.C. Megalaria beechingii (lichenized Ascomycota), a new species from eastern North America. Opuscula Philolichenum 4: 39–44.

Lücking, R. Megalospora imshaugii sp. nov. and M. caraibica sp. nov. from Jamaica (Ascomycota: Teloschistales: Megalosporaceae) increase the number of American Megalospora species to ten. Fungal Diversity 27: 103–110.

Øvstedal, D.O. & Elix, J.A. Three new lichen species from the French Antilles. Mycotaxon 99: 91–97.

Sliva, L. A revision of the Lecanora dispersa complex in North America. Polish Botanical Journal 52: 1–70.

Sliva, L. Lecanora semipllida, the correct name for L. xanthostoma, and a reappraisal of L. flotoviana (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycotina). Polish Botanical Journal 52: 71–79.

Westberg, M. Candelariella (Candelariaceae) in western United States and northern Mexico: The species with biatorine apothecia. Bryologist 110: 365–374.

Westberg, M. Candelariella (Candelariaceae) in western United States and northern Mexico: The polysporous species. Bryologist 110: 375–390.

Westberg, M. Candelariella (Candelariaceae) in western United States and northern Mexico: The 8-spored, lecanorine species. Bryologist 110: 391–419.

Wetmore, C.M. Notes on Caloplaca cerina (Teloschistaceae) in North and Central America. Bryologist 110: 798–807.

Brodo, I.M., Culberson, W.L. & Culberson, C.F. 2008 Haematomma (Lecanoraceae) in North and Central America, including the West Indies. Bryologist 111: 363–423.

Calvelo S. & Fryday, A.M. New Reports of Lichenized Fungi from South America, Argentina, Tierra Del Fuego, and Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas). Bryologist 109: 372–380.

Coppins, B.J. & Fryday, A.M. New or previously misunderstood species of Lithographa and Rimularia (Agyriaceae) from the southern subpolar region and western Canada. Lichenologist 38: 93–107.

Coppins, B.J. & Fryday, A.M. Reassessment of some lichen species described by Josiah Lowe, and notes on some other North American lecideoid lichens. Bryologist 109: 9–17.

Frisch A. & Kalb, K. The lichen genus Topeliopsis, additions and corrections. Lichenologist 38: 37–45.

Fryday, A.M. New North America records of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi from the alpine and sub-alpine zones of Mt. Katahdin, Maine. Bryologist 109: 570–578.

Hertel, H. World distribution of species of Lecidea (Lecanorales) occurring in Central Europe In: Lackovicová, A., Guttová, A., Lisická, E. & Lizon, P. Central European Lichens — Diversity and Threat. Mycotaxon Ltd., Ithaca, and Institute of Botany, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava pp. 19-74.

Kaschik, M. Taxonomic studies on saxicolous species of the genus Rinodina (Lichenized Ascomycetes, Physciaceae) in the Southern Hemisphere with special emphasis in Australia and New Zealand. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 93: 1-162.

Miller, N.G., Fryday, A.M. & Hinds, J. Bryophytes and lichens of a calcium-rich spring seep isolated on the granitic terrain of Mt. Katahdin, Maine, U.S.A. Rhodora 107: 339–358.

Perlmutter, G. Lichen Inventory of the North Carolina piedmont. Castanea 71: 282–294.

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