KEYS TO THE LICHENS OF ITALY -102) ANZINA
Pier Luigi Nimis
Apparatus of images: Andrea Moro - Software and databases: Stefano Martellos
Anzina is a monotypic genus of the Agyriales (Lumbsch & al. 2001), including two varieties of a muscicolous, corticolous or lignicolous species occurring on acid substrata in bogs and forests, with a mainly boreal-montane distribution (Scheidegger 1985). This is a key to the two varieties, one of which should be looked for in the Italian Alps.
Lumbsch H.T., Schmitt I., Döring H. & Wedin M. 2001. ITS sequences data suggest variability of ascus types and support ontogenetic characters as phylogenetic discriminators in the Agyriales (Ascomycota). Mycological Research, 105: 265-274.
Scheidegger Ch. 1985. Systematische Studien zur Krustenflechte Anzina carneonivea (Trapeliaceae, Lecanorales). Nova Hedwigia, 41:191-218.
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