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Studies on Eschatogonia (Ramalinaceae) in Peru

Journal Article published Jan 2008 in The Lichenologist volume 40 issue 01

Authors: Einar TIMDAL

Studies on Phyllopsora ( Ramalinaceae) in Peru

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in The Lichenologist volume 40 issue 04

Authors: Einar TIMDAL

A Revision of Psora (Lecideaceae) in North America

Journal Article published 1986 in The Bryologist volume 89 issue 4 on page 253

Authors: Einar Timdal

Miriquidica ventosa comb. nov., a Rediscovered Lichen

Journal Article published 1993 in The Bryologist volume 96 issue 4 on page 616

Authors: Einar Timdal

Three Squamulose Species of Rimularia (Lecanorales)

Journal Article published Jun 2002 in The Bryologist volume 105 issue 2 on pages 219 to 224

Authors: Einar Timdal

Krogia antillarum (Ramalinaceae), a new lichen species from the West Indies

Journal Article published Jun 2009 in The Bryologist volume 112 issue 2 on pages 387 to 389

Authors: Einar Timdal

Competition on the Rocks: Community Growth and Tessellation

Journal Article published 30 Sep 2010 in PLoS ONE volume 5 issue 9 on page e12820

Authors: Espen Jettestuen, Anders Nermoen, Geir Hestmark, Einar Timdal, Joachim Mathiesen

Editors: Giuseppe Chirico

Psora altotibetica (Psoraceae, Lecanorales), a new lichen species from the Tibetan part of the Himalayas

Journal Article published 13 May 2016 in MycoKeys volume 13 on pages 35 to 48

Authors: Einar Timdal, Walter Obermayer, Mika Bendiksby

Psora taurensis (Psoraceae, Lecanorales), a new lichen species from Turkey

Journal Article published 22 Mar 2017 in MycoKeys volume 21 on pages 1 to 12

Authors: Einar Timdal, Mika Bendiksby, Arife Merve Kahraman, Mehmet Gökhan Halıcı

Rhizocarpon quinonum, a new anthraquinone-containing species from the Alaska Peninsula

Journal Article published Sep 2016 in The Lichenologist volume 48 issue 05 on pages 367 to 375

Authors: Bruce MCCUNE, Einar TIMDAL, Mika BENDIKSBY