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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
Arthrorhaphis citrinella var. catolechioides Obermayer
  Fl. Australia 58A: 226 (2001). T: Tarn Shelf, Mt Field, Tas., 18 Dec. 1971, G.C.Bratt 71/1696; holo: HO. **** [Arthrorhaphis alpina auct. non (Schaer.) R.Sant.: J.Hafellner, R.B.Filson & R.W.Rogers, Nova Hedwigia 48: 229 (1989); R.B.Filson, Checklist Austral. Lichens & Allied Fungi 11 (1996)]. ****[Catolechia wahlenbergii auct. non (Ach.) Körb.: R.B.Filson, Checklist Austral. Lichens, 2nd edn 23 (1986)].  
  As var. citrinella, but .... Thallus areolate; areolae small, plane, rarely becoming hollow; surface coarse or granular, often dissolving into soredia or becoming completely sorediate.
  Occurs in Tas.; also in New Zealand and Papua New Guinea; grows on and between decaying bryophytes and soil, often in rock crevices in alpine boulder fields, at altitudes above 900 m. Reports of the A. citrinella/alpina complex from N.S.W. by Galloway & Bartlett (1986) and Filson (1996) could not be confirmed.  
  Obermayer (2001b)  

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