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This website provides a cumulative checklist for the lichen-forming, lichenicolous and allied fungi of the continental United States of America and Canade. The checklist consists of cumulative updates to the most recently published North American checklist by Esslinger and Egan (1995). The style and conventions for listings used in the publication are also generally followed here. [Information of the supplier, modified]
Other reference worksResource type
http://www.ndsu.edu/pubweb/~esslinge/chcklst/chcklst7.htm
The Dutch Bryological and Lichenological Society (BLWG, founded in 1946), is a society with about 400 members (50 from abroad), which are interested in bryophytes and lichens. Among BLWG's online resources, there are online distribution maps and photographs of lichens based on 290.000 field records and specimens, and a Red List of Dutch lichens and an overview of Dutch lichen herbaria. [Information of the supplier, modified]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.blwg.nl/mossen/korstmossen/korstmossen.aspx
BLAM was founded about 40 years ago to facilitate contact between people working in any field of lichenology or bryology in Central Europe. Today, BLAM is a registered association with 320 members, EU-European and abroad, professionals and amateurs. [Information of the supplier]
Academic societies, professional associations, working groups; Newsletter, mailing lists, forums, blogsResource type
http://www.blam-hp.eu/
The goal of this project is to supply database access to spatial information on lichens and lichenicolous fungi of all 193 countries of the world and of additional 300 geographical units at the subnational level, e.g., islands and states of larger countries. (...) The databased checklist information is based on literature data and actually restricted to Europe, continental African countries, South East Asia, Australia, North America, and Antarctica. [Information of the supplier, modified]
Factual databasesResource type
http://checklists.lias.net/
The Consortium of North American Lichen Herbaria (CNALH) was created to serve as a gateway to distributed data resources of interest to the taxonomic and environmental research community in North America. Through a common web interface, we offer tools to locate, access and work with a variety of data, such as keying to species. The CNALH data portal is more than just a web site - it is a suite of data access technologies and a distributed network of universities, botanical gardens, museums and agencies ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databases; Picture databasesResource type
http://www.lichenportal.org/portal/
This is the home of Cyanolichens Index, a community resource where participants edit and maintain their classification, upload images, maintain bibliographic resources, and report collection data for these critically important organisms. [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://cyanolichens.lifedesks.org/
The submission deadline for oral and poster presentations at the BLAM symposium from 20 to 22 April 2018 in Frankfurt is approaching. An English version of the preliminary program can be found here: http://blam-bl.de/images/dokumente/BLAM_Symposium_1st_Circular_fillable.pdf [Information of the supplier]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
http://blam-bl.de/blam/veranstaltungen/8-jubilaeum-50jahre-blam.html
LIAS is a multi-authored information system for the collection and distribution of descriptive and other biodiversity data on lichens and non-lichenized ascomycetes. The goal is (a) to provide a working space for cooperation and collaboration of experts on ascomycetes in the Internet, (b) to establish a multi-authored worldwide database on descriptive data of all ascomycetes, (c) to design user-friendly web tools for an easier access and remote editing of database records via Internet, (d) to offer ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://www.lias.net/
The 'Index of Lichen Distribution Maps' is a world-wide database of distribution maps for lichens, lichenicolous fungi and other related ascomycetes. The project was initiated in the 1990ies. Since then scientific publications from all parts of the world are systematically scanned for distribution maps by Peter Scholz, Schkeuditz, Germany. Currently, the database contains more than 40,000 records obtained from nearly 2,000 literature sources with Unger (1836) as the earliest reference. Each record ... [Information of the supplier]
Factual databasesResource type
http://www.gbif-mycology.de/Lichenmaps/
This web site contains photographs of about 4000 lichen species; the pictures are accompanied by descriptions from the literature and information about the places where they were found. Most of the pictures are from central Europe, or the Canary Islands, or Madeira. [Editorial staff vifabio]
Discipline based websitesResource type
http://www.thm.de/kmub/component/thm_groups/singlearticle/94?id=217:flechtenbilder
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