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64Gowan, S.P1989.The lichen genus Porpidia (Porpidiaceae) in North America.The Bryologist 92(1): 25-59.
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73Harris, R.C2010.A review of Lecania croatica (syn. Catillaria croatica) in North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 8: 41-49.
74Harris, R.C. and D. Ladd2008.The lichen genus Chrysothrix in the Ozark Ecoregion, including a preliminary treatment for eastern and central North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 5: 29-42.
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77Harris, R.C., E.A. Tripp and J.C. Lendemer2013.Arthopyrenia betulicola (Arthopyreniaceae, Dothidiomycetes), an unusual new lichenized fungus from high elevations of the southern Appalachian Mountains.Aliso 31(2): 77-81.
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82Hodkinson, B.P. and J.C. Lendemer2011.Molecular analyses reveal semi-cryptic species in Xanthoparmelia tasmanica.Bibliotheca Lichenologica 106: 115-126.
83Hodkinson, B.P. and J.C. Lendemer2012.Phylogeny and Taxonomy of an Enigmatic Sterile Lichen.Systematic Botany 37(4): 835-844.
84Hodkinson, B.P. and J.C. Lendemer2013.Next-generation sequencing reveals sterile crustose lichen phylogeny.Mycosphere 4(6): 1028-1039.
85Hodkinson, B.P., J.C. Lendemer, T. McDonald & R.C. Harris, R.C2014.The status of Sticta sylvatica, an ‘exceedingly rare’ lichen species in eastern North America.Evansia 31(1): 17-24.
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88Howe, R.H., Jr1914.North American Species of the Genus Ramalina. Part VI.The Bryologist 17(4): 49-52.
89Howe, R.H., Jr1915.The Genus Teloschistes in North America.Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 42(10): 579-583.
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91Jordan, W.P1973.The Genus Lobaria in North America North of Mexico.The Bryologist 76(2): 225-251
92Jørgensen, P.M2000.Survey of the Lichen Family Pannariaceae on the American Continent, North of Mexico.The Bryologist 103(4): 670-704.
93Jørgensen, P.M2004.A new North American species of the lichen genus Staurolemma (Collemataceae).The Bryologist 107(3): 392-394.
94Jørgensen, P.M. and T. Tønsberg2005.Leioderma cherokeense (Pannariaceae, Lecanorales) sp. nov. from the Great Smoky Mountains, North Carolina, U.S.A.The Bryologist 108(3): 412-414.
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100Knudsen, K. and J.C. Lendemer2005.Changes and additions to the North American lichen flora.Mycotaxon 93: 289-295.
101Knudsen, K., J. C. Lendemer and R. C. Harris2011.Studies in lichens and lichenicolous fungi -- no. 15: miscellaneous notes on species from eastern North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 9: 45-75.
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103LaGreca, S1999.A phylogenetic evaluation of the Ramalina americana chemotype complex (lichenized Ascomycota, Ramalinaceae) based on rDNA ITS sequence data.The Bryologist 102(4): 602-628.
104LaGreca, S. and H.T. Lumbsch2001.Three species of Lecanora new to North America, with notes on other poorly known lecanoroid lichens.The Bryologist 104(2): 204-211.
105Lamb, I.M1977.A conspectus of the lichen genus Stereocaulon (Schreb.) Hoffm.Journal of the Hattori Botanical Laboratory 43: 191-355.
106Lendemer, J. C., J. W. Sheard, G. Thor & T. Tønsberg 2012.Rinodina chrysidiata, a new species from far eastern Asia and the Appalachian Mountains of North America.Lichenologist 44(2): 179-187.
107Lendemer, J.C2003.Dermiscellum oulocheila, forgotten priority and nomenclatural confusion in the Physciaceae (Lichenized Ascomycetes).The Bryologist 106(2): 311-313.
108Lendemer, J.C2004a.Lichens of Eastern North America Exsiccati. Fascicle II, nos. 51-100.Opuscula Philolichenum 1: 25-40.
109Lendemer, J.C2004b.Lichens of Eastern North America Exsiccati. Fascicle III, nos.101-150.Opuscula Philolichenum 1: 41-54.
110Lendemer, J.C2005.Lichens of Eastern North America Exsiccati. Fascicle IV, nos. 151-200.Opuscula Philolichenum 2: 37-51.
111Lendemer, J.C2007a.Contributions to the lichen flora of North Carolina: new and interesting records of lichens and lichenicolous fungi.Evansia 24(4): 98-102.
112Lendemer, J.C2007b.The occurrence of Endocarpon pallidulum and Endocarpon petrolepidium in Eastern North America.Evansia 24(4): 103-107.
113Lendemer, J.C2007c.Megalaria beechingii (lichenized Ascomycota), a new species from eastern North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 4: 39-44.
114Lendemer, J.C2007c.Lichens of Eastern North America Exsiccati. Fascicle V, nos. 201-250.Opuscula Philolichenum 4: 69-80.
115Lendemer, J.C2008a.Contributions to the lichen flora of North Carolina: further new and interesting reports.Evansia 25(4): 97-101.-
116Lendemer, J.C2008b.Lichens of eastern North America exsiccati, Fascicle VI, Nos. 251-300.Opuscula Philolichenum 5: 97-106.
117Lendemer, J.C2009a.Contributions to the lichen flora of Pennsylvania — further new and interesting reports of lichens and lichenicolous fungi.Evansia 72(2) 47-64.
118Lendemer, J.C2009b.A synopsis of the lichen genus Heterodermia (Physciaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) in eastern North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 6: 1-36.
119Lendemer, J.C2009c.Opegrapha moroziana (Roccellaceae, Lichenized Ascomycetes), a new sorediate saxicolous species from eastern North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 6: 51-54.
120Lendemer, J.C2009d.Pertusaria andersonii (Pertusariaceae, Lichenized Ascomcyetes), a new species from high elevations of the southern Appalachian Mountains in eastern North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 6: 55-58.
121Lendemer, J.C2009e.Lichens of Eastern North America Exsiccati, Fascicle VII, Nos. 301-350.Opuscula Philolichenum 6: 175–183.
122Lendemer, J.C2010a.Notes on Lararia s.l. (Lecanoromycetes, Ascomycota) in North America: New species, new reports, and preliminary keys.Brittonia 62(3): 267–292.
123Lendemer, J.C2010b.Two new species of Chrysothrix from eastern North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 8: 51-58.
124Lendemer, J.C2013a.Two new sterile species of Loxospora (Sarrameanaceae; Lichenized Ascomycetes) from the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain.Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Sciences 129(3): 71-81.
125Lendemer, J.C2013b.A monograph of the crustose members of the genus Lepraria Ach. s. str. (Stereocaulaceae, Lichenized Ascomycetes) in North America north of Mexico.Opuscula Philolichenum 11: 27-141.
126Lendemer, J.C2014.Studies in lichens and lichenicolous fungi – No. 19: Further notes on species from the coastal plain of southeastern North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 13: 155-176.
127Lendemer, J.C2015.Parmotrema internexum (Lecanorales: Parmeliaceae): an overlooked macrolichen in southeastern North America highlights the value of basic biodiversity research.The Bryologist 118(2): 130-144.
128Lendemer, J.C2016a.Trichothelium americanum, a new species widespread in the Coastal Plain of southeastern North America.Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Society 143(2): 199-206.
129Lendemer, J.C2016b.A new look at Parmotrema madagascariaceum and P. xanthinum in North America.Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Society 143(3): 285–297.
130Lendemer, J.C.2020a.Leprocaulon beechingii (Leprocaulaceae), a new species from the southern Appalachian Mountains of eastern North America.The Bryologist 123(1): 1-10.
131Lendemer, J.C.2020b.Bacidia thiersiana (Ramalinaceae), a new species with lobaric acid widespread in southeastern North America.The Bryologist 123(1): 39-47.
132Lendemer, J.C. and A.M. Ruiz2015.Molecular data confirm morphological variability in the widespread foliose lichen Canoparmelia carolinana (Parmeliaceae).Castanea 80(1): 29-36.2008.
133Lendemer, J.C. and B.P. Hodkinson2009a.Stretching the Boundaries: A Range Extension for Buellia wheeleri R.C. Harris.Evansia 24(4): 172-176.
134Lendemer, J.C. and B.P. Hodkinson2009b.The wisdom of fools: new molecular and morphological insights into the North American apodetiate species of Cladonia.Opuscula Philolichenum 7: 79-100.
135Lendemer, J.C. and B.P. Hodkinson2010.A new perspective on Punctelia subrudecta (Parmeliaceae) in North America: previously rejected morphological characters corroborate molecular phylogenetic evidence and provide insight into an old problem.The Lichenologist 42(4): 405-421.
136Lendemer, J.C. and E.A. Tripp2008.Contributions to the lichen flora of North Carolina: a preliminary checklist of the lichens of Gorges State Park.The Bryologist 111(1): 57-67.
137Lendemer, J.C. and E.A. Tripp2015.Lecanora anakeestiicola (Lecanorales): an unusual new fruticose species from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in eastern North America.The Bryologist 118(1): 1-10.
138Lendemer, J.C. and H. O'Brien2011.How do you reconcile molecular and non-molecular datasets? A case study where new molecular data prompts a revision of Peltigera hydrothyria s.l. in North America and the recognition of two species.Opuscula Philolichenum 9: 99-110.
139Lendemer, J.C. and H.T. Lumbsch2008.Protoparmelia capitata sp. nov., and P. isidiata Diederich, Aproot & Serus, two species of Protoparmelia (Lecanorales, Ascomycota) from south-eastern North America.The Lichenologist 40(4): 329-336.
140Lendemer, J.C. and I.M. Brodo2018.Studies in Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi – No. 21: Notes on Lambiella caeca and L. fuscosora.Opuscula Philolichenum 17: 269-274.
141Lendemer, J.C. and J.A. Allen2015.Reassessment of Hypotrachyna virginica, an endangered, endemic Appalachian macrolichen, and the morphologically similar species with which it has been confused.Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 164(1): 279-289.
142Lendemer, J.C. and K. Knudsen2008.Studies in lichens and lichenicolous fungi: further notes on North American taxa.Mycotaxon 103: 75-86.
143Lendemer, J.C. and K. Knudsen2011.Studies in lichens and lichenicolous fungi: 7. More notes on taxa from North America.Mycotaxon 115: 45-52.
144Lendemer, J.C. and M. Westberg2010.Candelariella xanthostigmoides in North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 8: 75-81.
145Lendemer, J.C. and R. Yahr2004a.A checklist of the lichens collected during the Tuckerman Workshop #12, Outer Banks, North Carolina, USA.Evansia 21: 118-136.
146Lendemer, J.C. and R. Yahr2004b.Changes and additions to the Checklist of North American Lichens. - II.Mycotaxon 90(2): 319–322.
147Lendemer, J.C. and R.C. Harris2006.Hypotrachyna showmanii, a misunderstood species from eastern North America.Opuscula Philolichenum 3: 15-20.
148Lendemer, J.C. and R.C. Harris2011.Ramboldia blochiana, a new sorediate species in the Ramboldia russula group.Opuscula Philolichenum 4: 1-4.
149Lendemer, J.C. and R.C. Harris2013a.Buellia sharpiana (Physciaceae, Lichenized Ascomycetes), another new species from the Great Smoky Mountains of eastern North America.Castanea 78(2): 148-153.
150Lendemer, J.C. and R.C. Harris2013b.Cladonia appalachensis, belated description of a southern Appalachian lichen endemic from the Great Smoky Mountains.Opuscula Philolichenum 12: 17-22.
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