The Fruticose Lichens In The Forest Tahura (Taman Hutan Raya) R. Soeryo, East Java
Keywords:New records, Taxonomy, Lichen, R. Soeryo
A taxonomic study of the fructicose lichens in the forest of TahuraÂ (Taman Hutan Raya) R. Soeryo had been conducted based on morphological, anatomical and chemical characters.Â In this research involved a method of descriptive explorative and the aim of this research is to identify and determine of fructicose lichens in the forest of TahuraÂ R. Soeryo. ElevenÂ species of fructicose lichen are reported for the firt time from the forest of Tahura R. Soeryo. They areÂ Evernia prunastri,Â Ramalina calicaris,Â Teloschistes flavicans U. glabrescens,Â ,Â U. subfloridana,Â U. Ceratina,Â U. floridana,U. hirta and three species were found as new records in Java are Usnea esperantiana, U. flammea, and U. strigosa .Â Taxonomic descriptions and figures are presented in the articel.
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