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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
Triclinum cinchonarum Fée var. janeirensis (Müll.Arg.) Elix

Fl. Australia 57: 651 (2009)

Thalloidimia janeirensis Müll.Arg., Hedwigia 31: 280 (1892); — Squamacidia janeirensis (Müll.Arg.) Brako var. janeirensis, Mycotaxon 35: 8 (1989).

T: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Portella s.n.; holo: BM; iso: G.


Thallus as in var. cinchonarum.

CHEMISTRY: Medulla white to off-white. Cortex and medulla K+ pale yellow-brown or K–, C–, P+ orange-red or P–; containing lobaric acid (major), norlobaric acid (minor), ±fumarprotocetraric acid (major).

  This variety is known from northern N.S.W. where it is rare on the bark of trees in hinterland rainforest. Common in Central and South America and in East Asia.  
  Elix (2009h)  

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