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Boudreault, C., S. Gauthier, and Y. Bergeron. 2000. Epiphytic lichens and bryophytes on Populus tremuloides along a chronosequence in the southwestern boreal forest of Quebec, Canada. The Bryologist 103:725-738.

Brodo, I. M. 1984. The North American species of the Lecanora subfusca group, In H. Hertel and F. Oberwinkler (eds.). Festschrift J. Poelt, Beiheft zur Nova Hedwigia 79:63-185.

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

Brodo, I. M., S. D. Sharnoff, and S. Sharnoff. 2001. Lichens of North America. Yale University Press, Nerw Haven.

Clayden, S. 1991. Aquisitions: Forest lichens from Mount Carleton. NBM News (A publication of the New Brunswick Museum): Winter 1991.

Dietrich, M. and Scheidegger, C. 1997. Frequency, Diversity and Ecological Strategies of Epiphytic Lichens in the Swiss Central Plateau and the Pre-Alps. Lichenologist: 29(3) 237-258.

Egan, R. S. 1988. Recent literature on lichens - 134. The Bryologist 91:241-248.

Egan, R. S. 1989. Changes to the "Fifth checklist of the lichen-forming, lichenicolous and allied fungi of the continental United States and Canada". Edition I. The Bryologist 92:68-72.

Egan, R. S. 1990. Changes to the "Fifth checklist of the lichen-forming, lichenicolous and allied fungi of the continental United States and Canada". Edition II. The Bryologist 93:211-219.

Esslinger, T. L. 1995. Recent literature on lichens - 157. The Bryologist 98:273-287.

Esslinger, T. L. and R. S. Egan. 1995. A sixth checklist of the lichen-forming, lichenicolous, and allied fungi of the continental United States and Canada. The Bryologist 98:467-549.

Flagg, S. and G. Flagg. 1994. Natural resources of the St. John river basin above Grand Falls. A report prepared for the National Park Service, North Atlantic Region, U. S. Department of the Interior, Washington D.C.

Glenn, M. G., M. S. Cole, S. L. Webb, and C. M. Hale. 1998. Corticolous lichens and bryophytes: Preliminary surveys of old growth and managed northern hardwoods stands in Minnesota, pp. 407-422. In Glenn, M. G., R. C. Harris, R. Dirig, and M. S. Cole (eds.), Lichenographia Thomsoniana: North American Lichenology in Honor of John W. Thomson, Mycotaxon Ltd., Ithaca.

Goward, T. 1994. Living antiquities. Tiny lichens may hold the key to protecting BC's ancient forests. Nature Canada: Summer 1994.

Goward, T. 1994. Notes on oldgrowth-dependent epiphytic macrolichens in inland British Columbia, Canada. Acta Botanica Fennica 150:31-38.

Goward, T. 1995. Nephroma occultum and the Maintenance of Lichen Diversity in British Columbia. Mitt. Eidgenoss. Forsch.anst. Wald Schnee Landsch: 70,1:93-101.

Goward, T., Breuss, O., Ryan, B., McCune, B. Sipman, H., and Scheidegger, C. 1996. Notes on the Lichens and Allied Fungi of British Columbia. III. The Byologist: 99(4):439-449.

Goward, T. 1997. Lichens of ages. Nature Canada 26:15-16.

Goward, T., and A. Arsenault. 1997. Notes on the assessment of lichen diversity in old-growth engelmann spruce-subalpine fir forests, pp. 67-78. In Hollstedt, C. and A. Vyse (eds.), Sicamous Creek Silvicultural Systems Project: Workshop Proceedings, April 24-25, 1996, Kamloops, British Columbia. British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Victoria.

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

Hinds, J. W. 1998. Lichen flora of eastern North America: The genus Parmelia sensu stricto, pp. 53-69. In Glenn, M. G., R. C. Harris, R. Dirig, and M. S. Cole (eds.), Lichenographia Thomsoniana: North American Lichenology in Honor of John W. Thomson, Mycotaxon Ltd., Ithaca.

Hinds, J. W., and P. L. Hinds. 1998. An annotated checklist of Maine macrolichens, pp. 345-376. In Glenn, M. G., R. C. Harris, R. Dirig, and M. S. Cole (eds.), Lichenographia Thomsoniana: North American Lichenology in Honor of John W. Thomson, Mycotaxon Ltd., Ithaca.

Hinds, J. W. 1999. Lichen flora of eastern North America: The genera Parmeliopsis and Imshaugia. Mycotaxon 72:271-288.

Holien, H. 1996. Influence of site and stand factors on the distribution of crustose lichens of the Caliciales in a suboceanic spruce forest area in central Norway. Lichenologist 28:315-330.

Holien, H. 1997. The lichen flora on Picea abies in a suboceanic spruce forest area in central Norway with emphasis on the relationship to site and stand parameters. Nordic Journal of Botany 17:55-76.

Holien, H. 1998. Lichens in spruce forest stands of different successional stages in central Norway with emphasis on diversity and old growth species. Nova Hedwigia 66:283-324.

Hollstedt, C. and Vyse, A. 1996. Sicamous Creek Silicultural Systems Project: Workshop Proceedings. Ministry of Forests Research Program: British Columbia

Ihlen, P. G., I. Gjerde, and M. Saetersdal. 2001. Structural indicators of richness and rarity of epiphytic lichens on Corylus avellana in two different forest types within a nature reserve in south-western Norway. Lichenologist 33:215-229.

Kern, M. J. 1985. Natural resources inventory and critical area survey of T15 R9 Aroostook County. Maine State Planning Office, Augusta.

Muro, M. 1988. Ah, Wilderness. Boston Globe Sunday Magazine for September 25, 1988.

Pinette, R. J. and J. P. Rowe. 1987. Natural old-growth forests in northern Maine. Maine State Planning Office, Augusta.

Rose, F. 1992. Temperate forest management: Its effects on bryophyte and lichen floras and habitats, In J. W. Bates and A. M. Farmer (eds.). Bryophytes and lichens in a changing environment, Oxford Science Publications, London.

Rose, F. 1995. Lichen diversity and stand continuity in the northern hardwoods and spruce-fir forests of northern New England and western New Brunswick. British Lichen Society Bulletin, no. 77, Winter 1995.

Rosso, A. L., B. McCune, and T. R. Rambo. 2000. Ecology and conservation of a rare, old-growth-associated canopy lichen in a silvicultural landscape. The Bryologist 103:117-127.

Schmitt, C. K. and N. G. Slack. 1990. Host specificity of epiphytic lichens and bryophytes: A comparison of the Adirondack Mountains (New York) and the southern Blue Ridge Mountains (North Carolina)

Sillett, S. C., and B. McCune. 1998. Survival and growth of cyanolichen transplants in douglas-fir forest canopies. The Bryologist 101:20-31.

Taylor, J., T. D. Lee, and L. F. McCarthy. 1996. New Hampshire's living legacy. The biodiversity of the granite state. New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, Concord.

Tibell, L. 1991. Revision of some taxa of Caliciales described by W. Nylander. Annales Botanici Fennici 28:117-121.

Tibell, L. and K. Ryman. 1995. Revision of species of Chaenothecopsis with short stalks. Nova Hedwigia 60:199-218.

Titov, A. and L. Tibell. 1993. Chaenothecopsis in the Russian Far East. Nordic Journal of Botany 13:313-329.

Titov, A. N. 1998. New and rare calicioid lichens and fungi from relict tertiary forests of Caucasus and the Crimea. Folia Cryptog. Estonica 32:127-133.

Titov. A. 2000. Notes on calicioid lichens and fungi from the Gongga Mountains (Sichuan, China). Lichenologist 32:553-569.

Titov, A. 2001. Further notes on calicioid lichens and fungi from the Gongga Mountains (Sichuan, China). Lichenologist 33:303-314.

Whitney, G. G. 1994. From coastal wilderness to fruited plain. A history of environmental change in temperate North America from 1500 to the present. Cambridge University Press.

Wong, P. Y. and I. M. Brodo. 1990. Significant records from the lichen flora of southern Ontario, Canada. The Bryologist 93:357-367.

Wong, P. Y. and I. M. Brodo. 1992. The lichens of southern Ontario, Canada. Canadian Museum of Nature Syllogeus No. 69, Ottawa.


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