Polyblastidium neglectum (Lendemer, R.C. Harris & E.A. Tripp) Kalb, Kalb

Ramírez-Roncallo, Kevin, Gómez-Ramírez, Hugo & Negritto, María A., 2020, New records of lichenized fungi in Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia, Check List 16 (6), pp. 1421-1431: 1429

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http://doi.org/ 10.15560/16.6.1421

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scientific name

Polyblastidium neglectum (Lendemer, R.C. Harris & E.A. Tripp) Kalb
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Polyblastidium neglectum (Lendemer, R.C. Harris & E.A. Tripp) Kalb  

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Materials examined. COLOMBIA • Magdalena, Santa Marta, locality of Minca, Cerro Kennedy San Lorenzo zone; 11°06.35′N, 074°03.31′W; 2560 m a.s.l.; 17 Aug. 2016; K. Ramírez Roncallo leg.; KRR 126; CBU MAG:LIC:298 GoogleMaps   Santa Marta, locality of Minca, Bella Vista village , Villa del Sol coffee farm; 11°05.9′N, 074°04.71′W; 1640 m a.s.l.; 29 Jun. 2017; K. Ramírez Roncallo leg.; KRR 338; CBUMAG:LIC:510 GoogleMaps   .

Identification. Soralia lateral and lower surface ecorticate, slightly arachnoid, with small ocher pigments towards the apices K + red ( Díaz-Escandón 2017).

Ecology and distribution. Polyblastidiu neglectum   has been recorded in the departments of Boyacá, Cauca, Cundinamarca, Risaralda, Santander, Tolima and Valle del Cauca, in Andean forests and páramos, from 1800 to 3500 m a.s.l., on bark, live fences, and wood in good condition ( Díaz-Escandón 2017). In SNSM, it was found on bark in disturbed forests and coffee crops in the Andean and sub- Andean forests, from 1640 to 2560 m a.s.l.; the new records expand this species’ altitudinal distribution range.

CBU

Cape Breton University

MAG

Institute of Biological Problems of the North