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Hymenocladiaceae L.Le Gall, Dalen & G.W.Saunders
J.Phycol. 44:1569 (2008)
Hymenocladia J.Agardh
Spec.Gen.Ord.Alg. 772 (1852)
Hymenocladia usnea (Turner) J.Agardh
Spec.Gen.Ord.Alg. 772 (1852)
Usneaceae Zenker
Pharm.Waaren. 1:124 (1827)
Usnea Adans.
Fam.Pl. 2:7 (1763)
Usnea arida Motyka
Usnea 1:492 (1937)
Usnea confusa Asah.
Lich.Jap.Exsicc 3: 97 (1956)
Usnea cornuta Korb.
Parerga Lich. 2 (1865)
Usnea dasaea Stirt.
Scott.Naturalist (Perth) 6: 106 (1881)
Usnea inermis Motyka
Usnea 1: 109 (1936)
Usnea maculata Stirt.
Scott.Naturalist (Perth) 6: 293 (1881)
Usnea nidulifera Motyka
Usnea 2: 551 (1937)
Usnea oncodeoides G.N.Stevens
Biblioth.Lichenol. 72:71 & 73, Fig.45 (1999)
Usnea pulvinata Fr.
Lehm., Pl.Preiss. 2:145 (1846)
Usnea rubicunda Stirt.
Scott.Naturalist (Perth) 6: 102 (1881)
Usnea rubrotincta Stirt.
Scott.Naturalist (Perth) 6:103 (1881)
Usnea scabrida Taylor
Phytologist 1: 1095 (1844)
Usnea scabrida Taylor subsp. scabrida
Usnea subalpina G.N.Stevens
Biblioth.Lichenol. 72: 100 (1999)
Usnea subeciliata (Motyka) Swinscow & Krog
Lichenologist 11: 245 (1882)
Usnea undulata Stirt.
Scott.Naturalist (Perth) 7: 75 (1883)

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