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Checklist of the Lichens of Australia and its Island Territories
Introduction | A–D | E–O | P–R | S–Z | Oceanic Islands | References
Myelorrhiza jenjiana Verdon & Elix
  Brunonia 9: 196 (1987)
T: Lannercost State Forest, Blue Water Ck, Old Mill Rd, 39 km WSW of Ingham, Qld, 18°45'S, 145°48'E, 19 June 1984, J.A.Elix 15496 & H.Streimann; holo: CANB.
  Similar to M. antrea but thallus on bark, usually 250–350 µm thick. Upper surface pale grey-green to green, the spots inconspicuous or absent. Lower surface with sparse brown fasciculate rhizines, and ±pigmented simple rhizines usually numerous; anastomosing hyphal mat sometimes present. Pycnidia with papillae 200–300 µm high. Conidia 11–16 µm long. CHEMISTRY: as for M. antrea.
  More widespread than M. antrea and grows on trunks of trees in monsoon rainforest of north-eastern Qld, sometimes in open or stunted rainforest.  
  Verdon (1992a)  

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