The Bayesian 50% majority rule consensus tree based on a concatenated alignment of ITS and mtSSU sequences of 33 accessions of 14 Psora species (see Table 1). Parsimony jackknife support values above 50% are shown below branches and Bayesian posterior probabilities above. The curly branch leading to P. testacea has been shortened to reduce the size of a broad figure.

  Part of: Timdal E, Obermayer W, Bendiksby M (2016) Psora altotibetica (Psoraceae, Lecanorales), a new lichen species from the Tibetan part of the Himalayas. MycoKeys 13: 35-48.