James C. Lendemer, Ph.D.

2012 Biology City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Systematic Biology, Microbiology Biology
"James Lendemer"


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William R. Buck grad student 2012 CUNY
 (Lichen taxonomy for the 21st century: A revision of the genus Lepraria S.L. in North America north of Mexico.)


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Natalie M Howe grad student CUNY (Mycotree)
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McMullin RT, Gagnon J, Anderson F, et al. (2017) One Hundred New Provincial, National, and Continental Lichen and Allied Fungi Records from Parc National de la Gaspésie, Québec, Canada Northeastern Naturalist. 24: 446-466
Muscavitch ZM, Lendemer JC, Harris RC. (2017) A synopsis of the lichenicolous fungi occurring on Phlyctis including description of a new Monodictys widespread on P. speirea The Bryologist. 120: 418-426
Muscavitch ZM, Lendemer JC, Harris RC. (2017) A review of the lichen genus Phlyctis in North America (Phlyctidaceae) including the description of a new widespread saxicolous species from eastern North America The Bryologist. 120: 388-417
Lendemer JC, Harris RC. (2017) Nomenclatural changes for North American members of the Variolaria-group necessitated by the recognition of Lepra (Pertusariales) The Bryologist. 120: 183-190
Lendemer JC. (2016) A new look at Parmotrema madagascariaceum and P. xanthinum in North America Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 143: 285-297
Lendemer JC. (2016) Trichothelium americanum, a new species widespread in the Coastal Plain of southeastern North America Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society. 143: 199-206
Lendemer JC, Harris RC, Ruiz AM. (2016) A review of the lichens of the dare regional biodiversity hotspot in the mid-atlantic coastal plain of North Carolina, Eastern North America Castanea. 81: 1-77
McMullin RT, Lendemer JC. (2016) Lichens and allied fungi of Awenda Provincial Park, Ontario: Diversity and conservation status American Midland Naturalist. 176: 1-19
Lendemer JC, Harris RC, Ladd D. (2016) The faces of Bacidia schweinitzii: Molecular and morphological data reveal three new species including a widespread sorediate morph Bryologist. 119: 143-171
Anderson F, Lendemer JC. (2016) Aspicilia bicensis (Megasporaceae), a new sterile, pustulose lichen from eastern Canada Bryologist. 119: 8-15
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