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Welcome to North American Fungi

North American Fungi publishes original, peer-reviewed articles on Fungi (Chytrids, Zygomycetes, lichenized and non-lichenized Ascomycetes, and Basidiomycetes) as well as other organisms traditionally studied by mycologists, such as Oomycetes and slime molds. The journal is freely available worldwide, at no cost to authors, readers, or libraries. Electronic publication enables authors to include color illustrations, extensive lists of references, specimen citations, and supplemental materials. Manuscripts are published following rigorous peer review. In order to expedite publication, postings occur as soon as manuscripts are ready for publication rather than at set intervals. North American Fungi is a member of CrossRef and articles published in the journal are indexed in CAB Abstracts and in Scopus.

Sarcogyne squamosaFeatured Fungus Number 73

Sarcogyne squamosa
A squamulose, corticate rarity!

Newly described, this lichen is currently known from only a single location in Oregon, USA. Diagnostic characters are not readily discerned, so better pack your hand lens if you intend to distinguish this lichen from its close relatives. To inspect photomicrographs of external and internal characters, click on the photograph for the article by Knudsen and McCune [file size: 633 kb].

Recent Articles

The most recent six articles are listed below. Additional articles may be found on the articles page. Click on the title to view the complete article. Please note that Adobe® Reader®, or other software for reading pdf files, is necessary to view the articles.

Villella, J., D. Stone, L. M. Calabria, and G. D. Eide. 2013. Macrolichen Communities of Quercus garryana in the Puget Trough and Columbia River Gorge Areas of Washington State. North American Fungi 8(17): 1-22. doi: http://dx.doi:10.2509/naf2013.008.017 Published December 10, 2013 [file size: 645 kb]

Patricia González-Ávila, Andrés Torres-Miranda, Margarita Villegas-Ríos and Isolda Luna-Vega. 2013. Species diversity and ecological patterns of Phaeoclavulina species in Mexico with implications for conservation. North American Fungi 8(16): 1-32. doi: http://dx.doi:10.2509/naf2013.008.016 Published December 4, 2013 [file size: 979 kb]

Bourret, T. B., G. G. Grove, G. J. Vandemark, T. Henick-Kling, and D. A. Glawe. 2013. Diversity and molecular determination of wild yeasts in a central Washington State vineyard. North American Fungi 8(15): 1-32. doi: http://dx.doi:10.2509/naf2013.008.015 Published November 29, 2013 [file size: 3360 kb]

Bourret, T. B., E. K. Kramer, J. D. Rogers, and D. A. Glawe. 2013. Isolation of Geotrichum candidum pathogenic to tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) in Washington State. North American Fungi 8(14): 1-7. doi: http://dx.doi:10.2509/naf2013.008.014 Published November 15, 2013 [file size: 378 kb]

Lendemer, J. C. 2013. Thelomma ocellatum, a range extension to the Yukon Territory and case study in the use of molecular data to recognize asexually reproducing crustose lichens. North American Fungi 8(13): 1-13. doi: http://dx.doi:10.2509/naf2013.008.013 Published September 26, 2013 [file size: 1480 kb]

Allen, J. L., and J. C. Lendemer. 2013. Uncovering chemical variability: molecular data reveal the identity of a sterile crustose lichen from the Yukon and affirm an expanded circumscription for Buellia griseovirens. North American Fungi 8(12): 1-14. doi: http://dx.doi:10.2509/naf2013.008.012 Published September 16, 2013 [file size: 1020 kb]

 

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