A taxonomically difficult group of five similar species: S. aragonii, S. gelatinosum, S. intermedium, S. lichenoides and S. pulvinatum. Their distribution in the Czech Republic requires clarification based on the revision of herbarium material and targeted field survey. According to preliminary data, S. pulvinatum is the most abundant species, others are rare.
Literature: Otálora M. A. G., Martínez I., Molina M. C., Aragón G. & Lutzoni F. (2008): Phylogenetic relationships and taxonomy of the Leptogium lichenoides group (Collemataceae, Ascomycota) in Europe. – Taxon 57: 907–921.taxonomic classification: most frequented synonyms:Leptogium lichenoides agg.
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