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Noun1.Cladoniaceae - a family of lichens
fungus family - includes lichen families
division 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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2): Parmeliaceae 21, Physciaceae 12, Ramalinaceae 9, Cladoniaceae 9, Collemataceae 3, Nephromataceae 3, Lecanoraceae 2, Lobariaceae 2, Teloschistaceae 2, Graphidaceae 1, Chrysothricaceae 1 Pannariaceae 2, Peltigeraceae 1, Pertusariaceae 2, Phlyctidaceae 1, the most representative are Parmeliaceae and Physciaceae.
The Lecanorales have five families: Parmeliaceae, Ramalinaceae Lecanoraceae, Stereocalulaceae, and finally, we have the family of the Cladoniaceae: it contains three taxa among the terricolous species which we have listed.
Familia/Especie Fuente L CLADONIACEAE 1 Cladonia confusa HUPCH-LIQ-1160 I 2 C.
Phallales Phallaceae Clathrus columnatus 0.06 w Lecanorales Cladoniaceae Cladina evansii 0.04 w Boletales Strobilomycetaceae Tylopilus felleus 0.15 v Tylopilus rhoadsiae 0.04 w Xerocomaceae Phylloporus 0.99 a boletinoides Sclerodermataceae Scleroderma sp.
Cladoniaceae Coenogonium geralense (Henn.) Lucking Coenogoniaceae Coenogonium linkii Fee Coenogoniaceae Coenogonium subdentatum (Vezda & G.
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.