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A synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae)

by Mason E. Hale

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Published by Smithsonian Institution Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Xanthoparmelia -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 233-240) and index.

    StatementMason E. Hale.
    SeriesSmithsonian contributions to botany ;, no. 74
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQK1 .S2747 no. 74, QK585.P2 .S2747 no. 74
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 250 p. :
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1811331M
    LC Control Number89600293

      Xanthoparmelia is a type of lichen. Lichen is an organism that is made up of fungus and algae living together. Xanthoparmelia is used to make medicine. Xanthoparmelia is used to treat sexual dysfunction, especially erectile dysfunction (ED), as well as to increase sexual desire (as an aphrodisiac). It is also used for cancer.. Products containing xanthoparmelia are often marketed for sexual. , Mason E. Hale, A Synopsis of the Lichen Genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae), Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, p. , [This lichen] species [ ] is recognized by [ ] more or less distinct maculation on the upper surface, and pale brown lower surface.

      Foliose Lichen (Xanthoparmelia semiviridis) from near Werombi, New South Wales Australia. Photographed on 16 January Identity confirmed by Patrick McCarthy, Australian Biological Resources Study, pers. com. Views: K.   Xanthoparmelia is a type of lichen. Lichen is an organism that is made up of fungus and algae living together. Xanthoparmelia is used to make medicine. Xanthoparmelia is used to treat sexual dysfunction, especially erectile dysfunction (), as well as to increase sexual desire (as an aphrodisiac).It is also used for cancer.. Products containing xanthoparmelia are often marketed for sexual.

    Xanthoparmelia loxodes (Nyl.) et al. Lichen Atlas of the British Isles 1: () (as Parmelia). If X. loxodes lacks isidia then it will be scarcely distinguishable from X. pulla or X. delisei, or rarer species in the genus. On coastal rocks, near Bolt Head, South Devon, June Xanthoparmelia Scabrosa lichen information and safety by Ray Sahelian, M.D. March 15 Medical research regarding xanthoparmelia scabrosa is difficult to find. It is a lichen found throughout the world including China, Hong Kong, Australia, and South America. Xanthoparmelia has been promoted as .


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A synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae) by Mason E. Hale Download PDF EPUB FB2

A world-level synopsis is presented for Xanthoparmelia with full synonymies, typification of all taxa, species descriptions, and keys. The genus is characterized by the presence of usnic acid in the cortex, a positive lichenin test, oil bodies in the rhizines, saxicolous or terricolous habit, uniform small ellipsoid colorless spores, and Pages:   : A Synopsis of the Lichen Genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae),Smithsonian Institution, Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, Number pages with illustrations.:Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, Number pages with illustrations.

Softbound, minor cover wear, previous owners name, text in very good condition. Get this from a library. A synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae). [Mason E Hale; Smithsonian Institution. Press,] -- A world-level synopsis is presented for Xanthoparmelia with full synonymies, typification of all taxa, species descriptions, and keys.

The genus is characterized by the presence of usnic acid in the. Get this from a library. A synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae). [Mason E Hale] -- A world-level synopsis is presented for Xanthoparmelia with full synonymies, typification of all taxa, species descriptions, and keys.

The genus is characterized by the presence of usnic acid in the. Xanthoparmelia (rock-shield lichen) is a genus of foliose lichen in the family Parmeliaceae.: Xanthoparmelia is synonymous with Almbornia, Neofuscelia, Chondropsis, Namakwa, Paraparmelia, and Xanthomaculina.

This genus of lichen is commonly found in the United States, as well as Australia, New Zealand and Ecuador. The name means 'golden yellow parmelia'.Class: Lecanoromycetes. The lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Parmeliaceae) in Belarus Red Data Book of the.

A synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae) Article. The lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae) in Italy Article (PDF Available) in The Lichenologist 34(3)– May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Xanthoparmelia chlorochroa, commonly known as the tumbleweed shield lichen, [citation needed] or ground lichen, is a foliose lichen in the Parmeliaceae family.

It is not fixed to a substrate, and blows around in the wind from location to location. It is used as a dye by Navajo rug : Parmeliaceae. DSpace Repository A Synopsis of the Lichen Genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae). Full text of "A synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae)" See other formats.

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Xanthoparmelia Xanthoparmelia taxonomy. By the midth century Parmelia was a large genus of generally foliose lichens and the adjective parmelioid, obviously derived from the genus name, means 'resembling Parmelia'.Numerous species of Parmelia (and of the few other parmelioid genera) had been described but it was clear that the parmelioid lichens were in need of detailed study and in the.

Xanthoparmelia. Why devote a page to just the one genus Xanthoparmelia?It is widespread in Australia, with the most species of any lichen genus found in this country and has been well studied (both in Australia and overseas) so that much is known about the Xanthoparmelia species in Australia and their relationships with those from other parts of the world.

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: A Synopsis of the Lichen Genus Usnea (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) in Taiwan Yoshihito Ohmura Department of Botany, National Museum of Nature and Science, Amakubo, Tsukuba, IbarakiJapan E-mail: [email protected] Abstract.

A key to the 40 taxa in the genus Usnea in Taiwan is presented. Usnea articulata is new to Taiwan. Genus: Xanthoparmelia (Vain.) Hale – xanthoparmelia lichen Subordinate Taxa. The Plants Database includes the following 51 species of Xanthoparmelia. Click below on a thumbnail map or name for species profiles.

New Mexico xanthoparmelia lichen Xanthoparmelia oleosa xanthoparmelia lichen Xanthoparmelia piedmontensis piedmont. Genus: Xanthoparmelia (Vain.) Hale – xanthoparmelia lichen Species: Xanthoparmelia chlorochroa (Tuck.) Hale – xanthoparmelia lichen Subordinate Taxa.

This plant has no children Legal Status. Wetland Status. Interpreting Wetland Status. Books shelved as lichen: Lichens by William Purvis, Macrolichens of the Pacific Northwest by Bruce McCune, Lichens of North America by Irwin M.

Brodo, Th. M.E HaleA synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina,Parmeliaceae) Smithsonian Contributions to Botany, 74 (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: Hale, M.E. () A synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae).

- Smithsonian Contributions to Botany 1– (RLL List # / Rec.# - Recent Literature on Lichens) (Web site). Xanthoparmelia is a type of lichen. Lichen is an organism that is made up of fungus and algae living together. Xanthoparmelia is used to make medicine.

Xanthoparmelia is used to treat sexual dysfunction, especially erectile dysfunction, as well as to increase sexual desire (as an aphrodisiac).The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

A synopsis of the lichen genus Xanthoparmelia (Vainio) Hale (Ascomycotina, Parmeliaceae) / BioDivLibrary 😍 The source book used by @DigitalRN_SIL is Maria Sibylla Merian’s.Foliose lichen is one of a variety of lichens, which are complex organisms that arise from the symbiotic relationship between fungi and a photosynthetic partner, typically partnership allows lichen to live in diverse climates that can range from cold, dry mountains to wet, warm s develop quite slowly with recorded growth rates of –27mm/year depending on the species.