Publications List

Some Recent Publications from Collaborating Scientists

  • Carlberg, T. (2016). “Phylloblastia fortuita (Verrucariaceae), a foliicolous lichen new to California and North America. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society 23(1) 9-11.
  • Calabria, L. M., Petersen, K., Hamman, S. T., & Smith, R. J. (2016). Prescribed Fire Decreases Lichen and Bryophyte Biomass and Alters Functional Group Composition in Pacific Northwest Prairies. Northwest Science, 90(4), 470-483.
  • Carlberg, T., Jørgensen, P. M., & Tønsberg, T. (2016). Scytinium singulare, a new lichen species from coastal California. North American Fungi, 11(1), 1-6.
  • Calabria, L. M., Petersen, K., Hamman, S. T., & Smith, R. J. (2016). Prescribed Fire Decreases Lichen and Bryophyte Biomass and Alters Functional Group Composition in Pacific Northwest Prairies. Northwest Science, 90(4), 470-483.
  • Calabria L. M., A. Arnold, E. Charatz, G. Eide, L. M. Hynson, G. Jackmond, J. Nannes, D. Stone, and J. Villella. (2015). A Checklist of soil-dwelling bryophytes and lichens of the south Puget Sound prairies of Western Washington. Evansia 32 (1), 30-41
  • Calabria, L. M., Petersen, K., Hamman, S. T., & Smith, R. J. (2016). Prescribed Fire Decreases Lichen and Bryophyte Biomass and Alters Functional Group Composition in Pacific Northwest Prairies. Northwest Science, 90(4), 470-483.
  • Hardman, A., D. Stone and S. B. Selva. (2017). Calicioid lichens and fungi of the Gifford Pinchot and Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forests in Washington, USA. Opuscula Philolichenum 16: 1-14.
  • Miller J. E. D., J. Villella, G. Carey, T. Carlberg., H. T. Root, (2017). Canopy distribution and survey detectability of a rare old growth forest lichen. Forest Ecology and Management 392:195-201
  • Myllys, L., Velmala, S., Lindgren, H., Glavich, D., Carlberg, T., Li-Song, W., & Goward, T. (2014). Taxonomic delimitation of the genera Bryoria and Sulcaria, with a new combination Sulcaria spiralifera introduced. The Lichenologist, 46(06), 737-752.
  • Stone, D., J. Hinds J., F. L. Anderson, and J. Lendemer. (2016). A revision of the Leptogium saturninum group in North America. Lichenologist 48(5): 387-421.
  • Petersen K., L. M.  Calabria, J. E. D. Miller, J. Clay-Brown, L. Hynson, T. Steen, K. Johnston, E. Chandlor, A. Ulbrich, M. Miller and J. Villella. (2017). Substrate age influences species richness and community composition of caicioid lichens and fungi on wooden buildings. The Bryologist 120(1):19-24 
  • Villella, J., L. M. Calabria , D. Stone, G. Eide.  2013. Macrolichen Communities of Quercus garryana in the Puget Trough and Columbia River Gorge Areas of Washington State. (2013). North American Fungi 8:1-22.
  • Villella, J., Loring, S., & McCune, B. (2013). Lichens of southwest Oregon’s Illinois River Watershed. Bulletin of the California Lichen Society, 20, 33-38.

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