The Lichen Literature of Maine

(exclusive of monographic works in which specimens collected in Maine have been cited)

Anonymous. 1927. Obituary Notices. Maine Naturalist 7:161-164. (A report on the death of George Knox Merrill and a summary of his accomplishments)

Briggs, F. P. 1892. Plants collected at Mt. Ktaadn, Me., August, 1892. Bulletin Torrey Botanical Club 19:333-336.

Brodo, I. M. 1986. A new lobate species of the lichen genus Lecanora (Ascomycotina, Lecanoraceae). Mycotaxon 26:309-317.

Burnham, S. H. 1928. G. K. Merrill--An appreciation. The Bryologist 31:74.

Butcher, R. D. 1977. Field guide to Acadia National Park, Maine. Reader's Digest Press, New York.

Culberson, W. L. 1955. A guide to the literature on the lichen flora and vegetation of the United States. Special Publication No. 7, Plant Disease Epidemics And Identification Section, USDA, Beltsville, Maryland.

Davis, R. B. 1964a. Bryophytes and lichens of the spruce-fir forests of the coast of Maine. I. The ground cover. The Bryologist 67:189-194.

Davis, R. B. 1964b. Bryophytes and lichens of the spruce-fir forests of the coast of Maine. II. The corticolous flora. The Bryologist 67:194-196.

Day, M. A. 1899. The local floras of New England. Rhodora 1:111-120, 138-142, 158, 174-178, 194-196, 208-211.

Degelius, G. 1940. Contributions to the lichen flora of North America. I. Lichens from Maine. Arkiv For Botanik 30:1-62.

Evans, A. W. 1943. Microchemical studies on the genus Cladonia, subgenus Cladina. Rhodora 45:417-438.

Evans, A. W. 1952. Cladonia ecmocyna in North America. Rhodora 54:261-271.

Fink, B. 1904. Further notes on Cladonias.--IV. Cladonia verticillata. The Bryologist 7:85-88.

Fink, B. 1905. Further notes on Cladonias. V. Cladonia gracilis. The Bryologist 8:37-41.

Fink, B. 1906. Further notes on Cladonias. VI. Cladonia cariosa. The Bryologist 9:21-24.

Fink, B. 1907a. Further notes on Cladonias. IX. Cladonia squamosa and Cladonia subsquamosa. The Bryologist 10:21-23.

Fink, B. 1907b. Further notes on Cladonias. XI. Cladonia pyxidata and Cladonia pityrea. The Bryologist 10:57-60.

Fink, B. 1907c. Further notes on Cladonias. XIII. Cladonia cristatella and Cladonia coccifera. The Bryologist 10:97-100.

Fink, B. 1908. Further notes on Cladonias. XIV. Cladonia digitata, Cladonia deformis and Cladonia bellidiflora. The Bryologist 11:21-24.

Greenwood, H. E. 1927a. A contribution to the cryptogamic flora of Mt. Desert. Maine Naturalist 7:111-120.

Greenwood, H. E. 1927b. Two weeks at Echo Lake Camp, Mt. Desert Island, Maine. The Bryologist 30:112-114.

Harris, R. C., S. B. Selva, W. R. Buck, J. G. Guccion, J. Nelson, & C. Schmitt. 1988. Lichens of southern Maine collected on the 1987 Andrews Foray. Evansia 5:26-32.

Harshberger, J. W. 1902. A botanical ascent of Mount Ktaadn, ME. The Plant World 5:21-28.

Harshberger, J. W. 1919. Alpine fell-fields of eastern North America. Geographical Review 7:233-255.

Harvey, F. L. 1894. Contribution to the lichens of Maine I. Bulletin Torrey Botanical Club 21:389-393.

Harvey, F. L. 1896. Contributions to the lichens of Maine II. Bulletin Torrey Botanical Club 23:7-10.

Harvey, F. L. and O. W. Knight. 1897. Cryptogams collected near Jackman, Maine, August, 1895. Bulletin Torrey Botanical Club 24:340-342.

Harvey, L. H. 1903. A study of the physiographic ecology of Mount Ktaadn, Maine. University of Maine Studies No. 5:1-50.

Hill, A. F. 1923. The vegetation of the Penobscot Bay Region, Maine. Proceedings Portland Society of Natural History 3:305-438.

Hinds, P. L. and J. W. 1992. Simplified field key to Maine macrolichens. Mimeographed set of bound keys prepared by the authors for the 1992 meeting of the Josselyn Botanical Society.

Hinds, J. W. and P. L. 1993. The lichen genus Xanthoria in Maine. Maine Naturalist 1:1-16.

Hinds, J. W. and P. L. 1993. An update on the lichen genus Xanthoria in Maine. Maine Naturalist 1:225-226.

Howe, R. H., Jr. 1913a. Lichens of Mount Katahdin, Maine. The Bryologist 16:33-36.

Howe, R. H., Jr. 1913b. The foliaceous and fruticose lichens of Concord, Massachusetts. With keys to all New England species. Proceedings Thoreau Museum of Natural History 1:27-29.

Howe, R. H., Jr. 1914. The foliaceous and fruticose lichens of Concord, Massachusetts, with keys to all New England species. Proceedings Thoreau Museum of Natural History 1:30-32.

Howe, R. H., Jr. 1915. The foliaceous and fruticose lichens of Concord, Massachusetts, with keys to all New England species. Proceedings Thoreau Museum of Natural History 1:37-40.

Johnson, D. S. and A. F. Skutch. 1928a. Littoral vegetation on a headland of Mt. Desert Island, Maine. I. Submersible or strictly littoral vegetation. Ecology 9:188-212.

Johnson, D. S. and A. F. Skutch. 1928. Littoral vegetation on a headland of Mt. Desert Island, Maine. II. Tide-pools and the environment and classification of submersible plant communities. Ecology 9:307-338.

Johnson, D. S. and A. F. Skutch. 1928c. Littoral vegetation on a headland of Mt. Desert Island, Maine. III. Adlittoral or non-submersible region. Ecology 9:429-447.

Merrill, E. D. 1900. The occurrence of Thamnolia in Maine. Rhodora 2:155.

Merrill, G. K. 1908. Lichen notes No. 5. Remarks on nomenclature and three new names. The Bryologist 11:48-53.

Merrill, G. K. 1909a. Lichen notes No. 7. Cladonia multiformis (nom. nov.) Bry. 6: 1908. The Bryologist 12:1-6.

Merrill, G. K. 1909b. Lichen notes No. 10. Cladonia gracilis a, verticillata f. symphycarpia Tuck. and Cladonia symphycarpa Fr., a present view of their identify. The Bryologist 12:43-46.

Merrill, G. K. 1909c. Lichen notes no. 12. The Cladonia specimens of "Lichenes Boreali-Americani." The Bryologist 12:90-94.

Merrill, G. K. 1909d. Lichen notes no. 14. Three new forms of Calicium. The Bryologist 12:107-108.

Merrill, G. K. 1910. Lichen notes no. 15. Remarks on some Cladonia species. The Bryologist 13:103-105.

Merrill, G. K. 1911. Lichen notes No. 16. Containing something of record and comment, and describing one new species. The Bryologist 14:36-38.

Merrill, G. K. 1913. Noteworthy Lecideaceae from Knox County, Maine. The Bryologist 16:77-79, 91-94.

Merrill, G. K. 1914. Noteworthy lichens from Maine II. The Bryologist 17:55-58, 76-79.

Merrill, G. K. 1915. Notes on the primitive uses of lichens. Bulletin Josselyn Botanical Society 5:18-25.

Merrill, G. K. 1920a. Intensive collecting, with a lichenological illustration. Bulletin Josselyn Botanical Society 6:14-21.

Merrill, G. K. 1920b. Notes on some interesting Maine lichens. Bulletin Josselyn Botanical Society 6:31-32.

Merrill, G. K. 1924. Some new species of American Cladoniae. With an enumeration and description of some hitherto unrecognized varieties and forms of the older species. The Bryologist 27:21-26.

Merrill, G. K. 1926. Dooryard lichenology. Maine Naturalist 6:29-32.

Merrill, G. K. 1927(?). Lichens of Maine. A typed checklist, identified by Catalog #571L in the Fowler Library, Harvard University.

Moore, B. and N. Taylor. 1927. Vegetation of Mount Desert Island, Maine, and its environment. Brooklyn Botanic Garden Memoirs 3:1-151.

Norton, A. H. 1924. Some of the more conspicuous plants of Mount Ktaadn. Maine Naturalist 4:77-82.

Norton, A. H. 1926. Some botanical notes from the Andover meeting of the Josselyn Botanical Society. Maine Naturalist 6:115-117.

Norton, A. H. 1939. A bibliography of the Josselyn Botanical Society of Maine. Bulletin Josselyn Botanical Society 7:71-76.

Osvald, H. 1955. The vegetation of two raised bogs in north-eastern Maine. Svensk Botanisk Tidskrift 49:110-118.

Parlin, J. C. 1923a. Field Notes for 1922. Maine Naturalist 3:25-28.

Parlin, J. C. 1923b. Maine lichens. Maine Naturalist 3:61-63.

Parlin, J. C. 1924. Miscellaneous notes. Maine Naturalist 4:29-34.

Parlin, J. C. 1929. Some bryological notes from Maine. The Bryologist 32:32-34.

Parlin, J. C. 1935. Notes on lichens and bryophytes from Maine. The Bryologist 38:73-80.

Parlin, J. C. 1939. Some Maine lichens, hepatics, and mosses. Bulletin Josselyn Botanical Society 7:30-59.

Pitman, E. M. 1929. Journeying with lichens and hepatics in Maine. The Bryologist 32:110-111.

Pitman, E. M. 1930. Treasures of a South Portland (Maine) woodsy area. The Bryologist 33:17-18.

Pitman, H. 1928. Notes on some of the lichens and hepatics of Winthrop, Maine. Maine Naturalist 8:133-134.

Pitman, H. 1932. Cladonias collected in Maine, U.S.A. The Bryologist 35:72-73.

Plitt, C. C. 1924. An ecological study of lichens. Ecology 5:95-98.

Plitt, C. C. 1927. Succession in lichens. The Bryologist 30:1-4.

Plitt, C. C. 1928a. Report of the lichen department for 1927. The Bryologist 31:24. (Report on the deaths of lichenologists Bruce Fink and George Knox Merrill)

Plitt, C. C. 1928b. George Knox Merrill. The Bryologist 31:65-71.

Plitt, C. C. and L. J. Pessin. 1924. A study on the effect of evaporation and light on the distribution of lichens. Bulletin Torrey Botanical Club 51:203-210.

Rand, E. L. and J. H. Redfield. 1894. A preliminary catalogue of the plants growing on Mount Desert and the adjacent islands. John Wilson & Son, Cambridge.

Riddle, L. W. 1909a. Notes on some lichens from the Gaspe Peninsula. Rhodora 11:100-102.

Riddle, L. W. 1909b. A key to the species and principal varieties of Cladonia occurring in New England. Rhodora 11:212-214.

Riddle, L. W. 1909c. Preliminary lists of New England plants.-XXIII. Cladoniaceae. Rhodora 11:215-219.

Riddle, L. W. 1910. A key to the species and principal varieties of Cladonia occurring in New England. The Bryologist 13:92-97.

Riddle, L. W. 1911. Geographical distribution of lichens in Maine. Bulletin Josselyn Botanical Society 4:9-10.

Riddle, L. W. 1918. Some extensions of ranges. The Bryologist 21:50.

Russell, J. L. 1839. Notice of rare plants; with a description of a curious variety of Cladonia uncialis. Journal Essex County Natural History Society 1:96-100.

Russell, J. L. 1844. Some remarks on the botany, etc. of Eastport, Me., and its vicinity. The Magazine of Horticulture (Hovey's Magazine of Horticulture) 10:405-410.

Selva, S. B. 1988. The Caliciales of northern Maine. The Bryologist 91:2-17.

Selva, S. B. 1994. Lichen diversity and stand continuity in the northern hardwoods and spruce-fir forests of northern New England and western New Brunswick. The Bryologist 97:424-429.

Taylor, R. M. 1982. Marine flora and fauna of the northeastern United States. Lichens (Ascomycetes) of the intertidal region. NOAA Technical Report NMFS Circular 446, U. S. Department of Commerce, Washington, D. C.

Thomson, J. W., Jr. 1943. Parmelia stygia (L.) Ach. in New Jersey. The Bryologist 46:46.

Torrey, R. H. 1934. Cladoniae of the north woods. Torreya 34:57-74.

Torrey, R. H. 1938. Collecting Cladoniae in Maine and Quebec. Torreya 38:116-120.

True, R. H. 1937. Lichens from the New England coast. The Bryologist 40:71-73.

Wetmore, C. M. 1984. Lichens and air quality in Acadia National Park. National Park Service Contract CX 0001-2-0034, National Park Service, Denver.

Vickery, B. 1983. The lichens of the Bates Morse Mountain Coastal Research Area. A report prepared for the Maine Chapter of the Nature Conservancy, Topsham.

Willey, H. 1882. Parmelia furfuracea used in embalming. Bulletin Torrey Botanical Club 9:152.

Yoshimura, I and A. J. Sharp. 1968. Some lichens from the southern Appalachians and Mexico. The Bryologist 71:108-113.

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