Lista de Espécies: Lichens of Sewanee, Tennessee (89)
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Mushroom Observer lichen observations from Sewanee, Tennessee.
Voucher specimens for most of these lichens are deposited in the herbarium of the University of North Carolina (NCU) and in the Cryptogamic Herbarium of the New York Botanical Garden (NY).
Brodo, Sharnoff, and Sharnoff, 2001, “Lichens of North America,” Yale University Press
Flenniken, 1999, “The Macrolichens in West Virginia,”, published by the author, D. G. Flenniken, Sugarcreek, Ohio. 231 pp.
Harris and Ladd, 2005, Preliminary draft: Ozark lichens; Enumerating the lichens of the Ozark Highlands of Arkansas, Kansas, Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma: Prepared for the 14th Tuckerman Lichen Workshop, Eureka Springs, Arkansas, privately published, 249pp.
Hinds and Hinds, 2007, “Macrolichens of New England,” The New York Botanical Garden Press
Parrish, Macrolichens of North America
Showman and Flenniken, 2004, “The Macrolichens of Ohio,” Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin New Series 14(3): iv+279pp.
The top and rim of the plateau, at about 2000 ft elevation, is covered by Quercus, Carya, Nyssa hardwood forest on thin, sandy soils overlying Pennsylvanian sandstone, conglomerates, and shales . The upper slopes support rich cove forests with Liriodendron, Acer, Tilia, and Magnolia, grading on the lower slopes into shorter, drier Juniper woodlands on well-drained thin soils overlying Mississippian limestone. The flat farmland below, at about 1000 ft elevation, is made up of Precambrian to Silurian materials.
View of the western rim of the Cumberland Plateau from Piney Point.
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