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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
Pseudocyphellaria bartlettii D.J.Galloway
  Lichenologist 17: 303 (1985); Stictina mougeotiana f. isidiosa Müll.Arg., Bull. Herb. Boissier 4: 89 (1896); Sticta mougeotiana f. isidiosa (Müll.Arg.) Zahlbr., Cat. Lich. Univ. 3: 393 (1925). T: Qld, F.M.Bailey 739; lecto: G 002241, fide D.J.Galloway, Lichenologist 17: 303 (1985); isolecto: G 002242, G 002243.  
  Thallus rosette-forming, closely attached centrally, 2–3 (–8) cm wide; margins ±free. Lobes broadly rounded, often ±monophyllous, 0.5–2.5 cm diam.; lobe margins entire to incised-crenate, thickened below. Upper surface olive-brown when dry, dark slate-blue to brownish when wet, coarsely faveolate, rather papyraceous to ±coriaceous, sorediate; soredia white to grey-black, becoming pseudoisidiate at maturity, in scattered punctiform laminal soralia or coalescing into reticulate-erose laminal and marginal soralia. Medulla white. Photobiont Nostoc. Lower surface pale creamish buff to dark red-brown, evenly tomentose. Pseudocyphellae white, scattered, round to irregular. Apothecia not seen. CHEMISTRY: Tenuiorin, methyl gyrophorate, hopane-6α,7β,22-triol, stictic acid, constictic acid, cryptostictic acid and norstictic acid (trace).
  Occurs in eastern Qld, eastern N.S.W. and southern Vic., on living and dead trees, shrubs, and on sandstone and volcanic rocks at altitudes of 200–1080 m. A mainly Palaeotropical lichen; also distributed across the Indian and Pacific Oceans, New Zealand, Ecuador and southern South America.  
  Galloway et al. (2001)  

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