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Corrigendum: Spjut R, Simon A, Guissard M, Magain N, Sérusiaux E (2020) The fruticose genera in the Ramalinaceae (Ascomycota, Lecanoromycetes): their diversity and evolutionary history. MycoKeys 73: 1–68. https://doi.org/10.3897/mycokeys.73.47287
expand article infoRichard Spjut, Antoine Simon§, Martin Guissard§, Nicolas Magain§, Emmanuël Sérusiaux§
‡ World Botanical Associates, Barkersfield, United States of America
§ Evolution and Conserva­tion Biology Unit, Liège, Belgium
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Recently, in a revision of the phylogeny and generic classification of fruticose Ramalinaceae (Spjut et al. 2020), two new combinations and a lectotypification were invalidly published by omission of the identifier. This note validates the names and the lectotypification.

Namibialina melanothrix (Laurer) Spjut & Sérus., comb. nov.

MycoBank No: 837518

= Ramalina melanothrix Laurer, Syn. Meth. Lich. 1(2): 290, tab. VIII, fig. 26, 1860, MB 403773

= Trichoramalina melanothrix (Laurer) Rundel & Bowler, Bryologist 77: 194, 1974, MB 343799

= Niebla melanothrix (Laurer) Kistenich, Timdal, Bendiksby, S. Ekman, Taxon 67: 893, 2018, MB 824407

Vermilacinia granulans (Sipman) Spjut & Sérus., comb. nov.

MycoBank No: 837536

= Niebla granulans Sipman, Bibliotheca Lichenologica 106: 300, 2011, MB 569717

Vermilacinia procera (Rundel & Bowler) Spjut, Sida, Bot. Misc. 14: 168, 199.

MycoBank No: 416069

= Niebla procera Rundel & Bowler, Phytologia 77: 34, 1994, MB 363506.

Type. USA, California, San Luis Obispo Co., found on rock outcrops in high marsh at Morro Bay State Park, Riefner 87–100, left hand specimen (ASU – lectotype, herewith selected).

Acknowledgements

We would like to thank Dr. James Lendemer (New York, USA) for pointing out the nomenclatural issues.

Reference

  • Spjut R, Simon A, Guissard M, Magain N, Sérusiaux E (2020) The fruticose genera in the Ramalinaceae (Ascomycota, Lecanoromycetes): their diversity and evolutionary history. MycoKeys 73: 1–68. https://doi.org/10.3897/mycokeys.73.47287