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GSD Species Synonymy

Current Name:
Imshaugia aleurites (Ach.) S.L.F. Mey., Mycologia 77(2): 338 (1985)

Synonymy:
Lichen aleurites Ach., Lich. suec. prodr. (Linköping): 117 (1799)
Parmelia aleurites (Ach.) Ach., Methodus, Sectio post. (Stockholmiæ): 208 (1803)
Imbricaria aleurites (Ach.) DC., in Lamarck & de Candolle, Fl. franç., Edn 3 (Paris) 2: 84 (1805)
Squamaria aleurites (Ach.) Nyl., Mém. Soc. Imp. Sci. Nat. Cherbourg 3: 177 (1855)
Parmeliopsis aleurites (Ach.) Nyl., Lich. Lapp. Orient. 8: 121 (1866)
Cetraria aleurites (Ach.) Th. Fr., Lich. Scand. (Upsaliae)(1): 109 (1871)

Cetraria diffusa sensu auct. brit.; fide Checklist of Lichens of Great Britain and Ireland (2002)

Platysma diffusum sensu auct. brit.; fide Checklist of Lichens of Great Britain and Ireland (2002)

Lichen pallescens Neck., Acta Soc. Bot. Pol.: 503 (1768)
Lobaria pallescens Hoffm., Deutschl. Fl., Zweiter Theil (Erlangen): 156 (1796)

Parmeliopsis pallescens (Hoffm.) Hillmann, Cat. Lich. Univers. 6: 15 (1930)

Parmelia semirasa Nyl., in Arnold, Flora, Regensburg 56: 526 (1873)

Physcia semirasa Nyl., Flora, Regensburg 57: 306 (1874)
Parmeliopsis aleurites f. semirasa (Nyl.) Arnold, Flora, Regensburg 67: 157 (1884)
Physcia astroidea var. semirasa (Nyl.) H. Olivier, Mém. Soc. natn. Sci. nat. Cherbourg 36: 243 (1907)
Parmeliopsis pallescens f. semirasa (Nyl.) Zahlbr., Cat. Lich. Univers. 6: 19 (1929)

Parmeliopsis pallescens var. vulnerata Hillmann, Verh. bot. Ver. Prov. Brandenb. 74: 123 (1933)
Parmeliopsis aleurites f. vulnerata (Hillmann) Gyeln., Lilloa 3: 70 (1938)
Parmeliopsis aleurites var. vulnerata (Hillmann) Maas Geest., Blumea 6: 69 (1948)
Parmeliopsis pallescens f. vulnerata (Hillmann) Rass., Nov. sist. Niz. Rast. 10: 196 (1973)
Imshaugia aleurites f. vulnerata (Hillmann) S.Y. Kondr., Flora Lischaĭnikiv Ukraïni (Kiev) 2(2): 116 (1993)

Position in classification:
Parmeliaceae, Lecanorales, Lecanoromycetidae, Lecanoromycetes, Ascomycota, Fungi

Synonymy Contributor(s):
British Lichen Society (2004)

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