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9936
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Lichens are primitive, colorful, common, and useful. Ellis describes the ones that do not cling to rocks.
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28422
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Molecular phylogenetic analyses revealed two new crustose lichen species (genus Loxospora) from the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain of eastern North America. One species was from Assateague Island, Maryland and the second species was from Tyrrell County, North Carolina.
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28331
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As part of a baseline project to document the lichen biodiversity of the North Carolina Piedmont, the lichen biota of Mason Farm Biological Reserve at the North Carolina Botanical Garden, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, was inventoried in 2007. Descriptions of the lichen communities within the reserve are presented.
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40536
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Living at Linville Gorge’s cliff are plants revealing ancient ecosystems long unknown and trees a retired Appalachian State professor believes are a millennium old. Support for his perspective of cliffs, which include their ecological as well as geological aspects, is a profile of the Table Mountain Pine, in addition to plants like Rock Tripe Lichen and Mountain Golden Heather.
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40672
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Lichens can survive almost anywhere on earth and are found naturally, but they can also be cultivated to add aesthetic value to yards.
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Laurel of Asheville (NoCar F 264 A8 L28), Vol. 14 Issue 10, , p73
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