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GSD Species Synonymy

Current Name:
Menegazzia terebrata (Hoffm.) A. Massal., Neagenea Lich: 1 (1854)

Synonymy:
Lobaria terebrata Hoffm., Deutschl. Fl., Zweiter Theil (Erlangen): 151 (1796)
Physcia terebrata (Hoffm.) Frege, Deutsch. Botan. Taschenb. 2: 169 (1812)
Parmelia terebrata (Hoffm.) Mart., Fl. crypt. erlang. (Nürnberg): 211 (1817)
Parmelia physodes var. terebrata (Hoffm.) Torss., Enum. Lich. Byssac. Scandin.: 10 (1843)
Imbricaria terebrata (Hoffm.) Körb., Lichenogr. germ. (Breslau): 12 (1846)
Imbricaria physodes var. terebrata (Hoffm.) Schwend., in Naegeli, Beitr. wiss. Botan. 3: 160, tab. VIII, fig. 5 (1863)

Lichen pertusus Schrank, Baier. Fl. (München) 2: 519 (1789)
Parmelia pertusa Schaer., Lich. helv. spicil. 10: 457 (1840)

Lichen diatrypus Ach., Lich. suec. prodr. (Linköping): 116 (1799)
Parmelia diatrypa (Ach.) Ach., Methodus, Sectio post. (Stockholmiæ): 251 (1803)
Parmelia diatrypea (Ach.) Ach., Methodus, Sectio post. (Stockholmiæ): 251 (1803)
Imbricaria diatrypa (Ach.) DC., in Lamarck & de Candolle, Fl. franç., Edn 3 (Paris) 2: 393 (1805)
Physcia diatrypa (Ach.) Gray, Nat. Arr. Brit. Pl. (London) 1: 436 (1821)
Parmelia physodes var. diatrypa (Ach.) Duby, Bot. Gall., Edn 2 (Paris) 2: 603 (1830)
Lobaria physodes var. diatrypa (Ach.) Fürnr., Naturhist. Topogr. Regensburg (Regensburg) 2: 248 (1839)
Parmelia physodes f. diatrypa (Ach.) Nyl., Bot. Notiser(10-11): 155 (1853)
Menegazzia diatrypa (Ach.) A. Massal., Atti Inst. Veneto Sci. lett., ed Arti, Sér. 3 5: 247 (1860)

Parmelia ceratophylla var. pertusa (Schaer.) Rabenh., Deutschl. Krypt.-Fl. (Leipzig) 2(1): 58 (1845)
Menegazzia pertusa (Schaer.) Stein, in Cohn, Krypt.-Fl. Schlesien (Breslau) 2(2): 78 (1879)
Imbricaria pertusa (Schaer.) Arnold, Flora, Regensburg 67: 162 (1884)
Hypogymnia pertusa (Schaer.) Nyl., Lich. Envir. Paris: 39 (1896)

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

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

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