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The evolution of fungal substrate specificity in a widespread group of crustose lichens.

Resl P, Fernández-Mendoza F, Mayrhofer H, Spribille T.

Proc Biol Sci. 2018 Oct 17;285(1889). pii: 20180640. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2018.0640.

PMID:
30333206
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Morphological, chemical and species delimitation analyses provide new taxonomic insights into two groups of Rinodina.

Resl P, Mayrhofer H, Clayden SR, Spribille T, Thor G, Tønsberg T, Sheard JW.

Lichenologist. 2016 Sep;48(5):469-488. doi: 10.1017/S0024282916000359.

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Basidiomycete yeasts in the cortex of ascomycete macrolichens.

Spribille T, Tuovinen V, Resl P, Vanderpool D, Wolinski H, Aime MC, Schneider K, Stabentheiner E, Toome-Heller M, Thor G, Mayrhofer H, Johannesson H, McCutcheon JP.

Science. 2016 Jul 29;353(6298):488-92. doi: 10.1126/science.aaf8287. Epub 2016 Jul 21.

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Escape from the cryptic species trap: lichen evolution on both sides of a cyanobacterial acquisition event.

Schneider K, Resl P, Spribille T.

Mol Ecol. 2016 Jul;25(14):3453-68. doi: 10.1111/mec.13636. Epub 2016 May 11.

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Diagnostics for a troubled backbone: testing topological hypotheses of trapelioid lichenized fungi in a large-scale phylogeny of Ostropomycetidae (Lecanoromycetes).

Resl P, Schneider K, Westberg M, Printzen C, Palice Z, Thor G, Fryday A, Mayrhofer H, Spribille T.

Fungal Divers. 2015;73(1):239-258. Epub 2015 May 13.

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Molecular systematics of the wood-inhabiting, lichen-forming genus Xylographa (Baeomycetales, Ostropomycetidae) with eight new species.

Spribille T, Resl P, Ahti T, Pérez-Ortega S, Tønsberg T, Mayrhofer H, Lumbsch HT.

Acta Univ Ups Symb Bot Ups. 2014;37(1):1-87.

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