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Wang, Li-Song & Bruce McCune. Contributions to the lichen flora of the Hengduan Mountains, China 1. Genus Pseudephebe (lichenized Ascomycota, Parmeliaceae). Mycotaxon 113: 431–437. 2010.

ABSTRACT: Pseudephebe pubescens is reported, described and illustrated from the Chinese Hengduan Mountains region. It is characterized by its slender and isotomic-dichotomous branched filaments forming tiny cushions, a cortex of longitudinally oriented hyphae that become prosoplectenchymatous at the surface, medullary hyphae that are not ornamented, and the absence of lichen substances. It grows on arctic-alpine rock.

KEYWORDS: alpine lichens, Sichuan, taxonomy, thallus anatomy, Xizang

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