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The lichens of Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park, Florida: Proceedings from the 18th Tuckerman WorkshopAuthor(s): Robert Lucking; Frederick Seavey; Ralph S. Common; Sean Q. Beeching; Othmar Breuss; William R. Buck; Lee Crane; Malcolm Hodges; Brendan P. Hodkinson; Elisabeth Lay; James C. Lendemer; R. Troy McMullin; Joel Mercado
Source: Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History. 49(4): 127-186.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: International Institute of Tropical Forestry
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DescriptionFakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park is located in Collier County at the extreme southwestern corner of Florida, close to Everglades National Park and Big Cypress National Preserve. The 18th Tuckerman Workshop, an annual gathering of professional and amateur lichenologists and mycologists from the United States and Canada, this time with additional participants from Puerto Rico, Peru, and Austria, was held at this locality from March 1–7, 2009. Lichens were collected over a five day span from four sites within the Preserve. Together with previously made collections, the survey produced a total of 432 taxa, 18 of which are new to science and 89 are additions to the North America checklist, six of which are also new to the New World.
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CitationLucking, Robert; Seavey, Frederick; Common, Ralph, S.; Beeching, Sean Q.; Breuss, Othmar; Buck, William R.; Crane, Lee; Hodges, Malcolm; Hodkinson, Brendan P.; Lay, Elisabeth; Lendemer, James C.; McMullin, R. Troy; Mercado-Diaz, Joel A.; Nelsen, Matthew P.; Rivas Plata, Eimy; Safranek, William; Sanders, William B.; Schaefer, Jr., Harold P.; Seavey, Jean. 2011. The lichens of Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park, Florida: Proceedings from the 18th Tuckerman Workshop. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History. 49(4): 127-186.
KeywordsAscomycota, lichens, new species, biodiversity, biogeography, Florida
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