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Noun1.Cladoniaceae - a family of lichens
fungus family - includes lichen families
division Lichenes, Lichenes - comprising the lichens which grow symbiotically with algae; sometimes treated as an independent group more or less coordinate with algae and fungi
Cladonia, genus Cladonia - type genus of Cladoniaceae; lichens characterized by a crustose thallus and capitate fruiting bodies borne on simple or branched podetia
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We note that the order of Lecanorales consists the most number of taxa compared to other orders, It is a dominant order and it compound 5 families: Lecanoraceae, Ramalinaceae, Cladoniaceae, Parmeliaceae and Stereocaulaceae.
Objective: Cladoniaceae is one of the largest and most diverse families of lichens.
La identificacion de los especimenes se llevo a cabo con claves para generos de liquenes crustaceos del neotropico, para Cladoniaceae, Thelotremataceae, Phaeographis, Graphis [15], Porina, Coenogonium [18], liquenes con pirenocarpos [3], Herpothallon [4], Leptogium [7].
Piercey-Normore and DePreist (2001; see also DePreist, 2004) discussed the molecular evidence, especially in the Cladoniaceae, that co-speciation of the fungal and algal symbionts does not appear occur and as a result have suggested the concept of "algal switching" to explain the unpredictable distribution of recognisable photobiont strains amongst different unrelated lichen species.
Ahti T, Stenroos S, Xavier-Filho L (1993) The lichen family Cladoniaceae in Paraiba, Pernambuco and Sergipe, northeast Brazil.
These lichens are the only members of their family, the Cladoniaceae, that live in the cold and temperate biomes, where they have diversified greatly.
Ahti (1992) found that the Cladoniaceae flora is dominated by taxa with a neotropical (48%, including 18% paramo endemics) and wide temperate (36%) distribution.
In the last years, the phylogenetic position, status and delimitation of the family Cladoniaceae and the genus Cladonia have been extensive debated in many works (Stenroos & DePriest 1998, Wedin et al.
Se diferencia de la familia Cladoniaceae porque tiene los estipes macizos.
Region del paramo: Hay 78 especies, el mayor numero de especies bajo algun tipo de amenaza se concentra en las familias Parmeliaceae, Cladoniaceae y Lobariaceae.