Alan Fryday

Publications

2014
Fryday, A.M. & Hertel, H. A contribution to the family Lecideaceae s. lat. (Lecanoromycetidae inc. sed., lichenized Ascomycota) in the southern subpolar region; including eight new species and some revised generic circumscriptions. Lichenologist 46: 389–412.
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Barton, J., Ciccotelli, B., Gall, J. E., Olday, F. C., Connery, B., Harris, T.B., Fryday, A. M. & Rajakaruna, N. Lichens of six vernal pools in Acadia National Park, Maine, USA. Evansia 31: 31–39.
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Fryday, A.M., Printzen, C & Ekman, S. Bryobilimbia, a new genus for Lecidea hypnorum and closely related species. Lichenologist 46: 25–37.
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Muggia, L., Prerez-Ortega, S., Fryday, A., Spribille, T., Grube, M. Global assessment of genetic variation and phenotypic plasticity in the lichen-forming species Tephromela atra. Fungal Diversity 64: 233–251. Fungal Diversity Web Site

2013
Fryday, A. M. Book Review: Laursen, G. A. & R. D. Seppelt. 2009. Common Interior Alaska Cryptogams, University of Alaska Press Bryologist 116: 95.

Hutten, H., Arup, U., Breuss, O., Esslinger, T. L., Fryday, A. M., Knudsen, K., Lendemer, J. C., Printzen, C., Root, H. T., Schultz, M., Sheard, J., Tønsberg, T. & McCune, B. Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Yosemite National Park, California. North American Fungi 8: 11-47. NAF Web Site

2012
Rajakaruna, N., Knudsen, K., Fryday, A. M., O’Dell, R. E., Pope, N., Olday, F. & Woolhouse, S. Influence of geochemistry on saxicolous lichen communities of the New Idria serpentine mass, San Benito County, California, USA. Lichenologist 44: 695–714.
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Fryday, A. M. & Kantvilas, G. Rhizocarpon austroamphibium (Rhizocarpaceae, lichenized Ascomycota): a new species from Tasmania. Australasian Lichenology 71: 12–17.
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Fryday, A. M. & Øvstedal, D.O. New species, combinations and records of lichenized-fungi from the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas). Lichenologist 44: 483–500.
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Vondrák, J., Šoun, J., Vondráková, O., Fryday, A., Khodosovtsev, A. & Davydov E. Absence of anthraquinone pigments is paraphyletic and a phylogenetically unreliable character in the Teloschistaceae. Lichenologist 44: 401–418.
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Fryday, A. M. & Knight, A. A.new species of Megalaria (Ramalinaceae: lichenized-Ascomycota) from South Island, New Zealand. Australasia Lichenology 70: 30–35.
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Fryday, A. M. & Linda in Arcadia. Typification and a revised basionym for Fuscidea lygaea, and a new name for Amandinea lecideina. Graphis Scripta 24: 40–44.
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Fryday, A. M. & Coppins, B.J. New taxa, reports, and names of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi mainly from the Scottish Highlands Lichenologist 44
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2011
Fryday, A. M. Henry Andrew Imshaug: 29 July 1925 – 18 November 2010 (obituary) IAL Newsletter 44(1): 16–17.

Fryday, A. M. Phacographa protoparmeliae Hafellner new to northern Europe from arctic Russia Graphis Scripta 23: 21–23.
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Knudsen, K., Fryday, A., Rajakaruna, N., Olday, F. C., ODell, R. E., and Woolhouse, S. Lichens of the New Idria Serpentine Mass, San Benito County, California, USA: A Preliminary Study of the Lichen-Substrate Relationship Poster presented at the 7th International Conference on Serpentine Ecology, Coimbra, Portugal, June 12–16.
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Fryday, A. M. How should we deal with the Antarctic and Subantarctic taxa published by Carroll William Dodge? Opuscula Philolichenum 9: 89–98.
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Øvstedal, D.O. & Fryday, A.M. A new species of Protopannaria (Pannariaceae: Ascomycota) from the southern New Zealand shelf islands, and additional records of Protopannaria from South America. Australasian Lichenology 68: 12–15.
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Fryday, A.M. New species and combinations in Calvitimela and Tephromela from the southern subpolar region. Lichenologist 43: 225–239.
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2010
Kantvilas, G. & Fryday, A.M. Two additions to the genus Cliostomum (Ramalinaceae) with broad ascospores Lichenologist 42: 539–545.
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Fryday, A.M & Lendemer, J.C. Reassesment of the genus Catillochroma (lichenized Ascomycota, Ramalinaceae) Lichenologist 42: 587–600.
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Fryday, A.M. A brief lichen foray on Mount Washington – including Claurouxia chalybeioides, Porina norrlinii and Stereocaulon leucophaeopsis new to North America. Opuscula Philolichenum 8: 1–7.
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Lendemer, J.C., Knudsen, K. & Fryday, A.M.. New and interesting lichens, lichenicolous and allied fungi from Yosemite National Park, California, U.S.A. Opuscula Philolichenum 8: 107–120.
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Dibble, A.C., Miller, N.G., Hinds J.W. & Fryday, A.M. Bryophytes and lichens of the alpine and subalpine zones on Katahdin, Maine. 1: Introduction and ecology. Bryologist 112: 651–672.

Hinds, J.W., Fryday, A.M. & Dibble, A.C. Bryophytes and lichens of the alpine and subalpine zones on Katahdin, Maine. 3: The lichenized fungi. Bryologist 112: 673–703

Moniri, M.H., Kamyabi, S. & Fryday, A.M. Rhizocarpon saurinum new to Asia, and other reports of Rhizocarpon species from Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran. Mycologia Balcanica 6: 89–92.

Fryday, A.M. Lecidea globulispora Nyl. is the correct name for L. antiloga Sirt. Graphis scripta 21: 57–60.
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Kocourkova, J., Fryday, A.M., Knudsen, K & Lendemer, J.C. Studies in lichen and lichenicolous fungi: more notes on taxa from North America VI. Mycotaxon 111: 423–429.

2009
Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. Proposal to conserve the name Psoroma versicolor against P. subdescendens. Taxon 58: 293.
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Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. Ameliella Fryday & Coppins (2008) Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, 2nd Edition: pp. 144–145.

Fryday, A.M. Cecidonia Triebel & Rambold (1988) Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, 2nd Edition: pp. 291–292.

Fryday, A.M., Gilbert, O.L., Galloway, D.J. & Coppins, B.J. Porpidia Körb. (1855) Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, 2nd Edition: pp. 739–749.

Fletcher, A., Gilbert, O.L., Clayden, S. & Fryday, A.M. Rhizocarpon Ramond ex DC. (1805) Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, 2nd Edition: pp. 792–808.

Fryday, A.M., James, P.W. & Jørgensen, P.M. Vestergrenopsis Gyeln. (1940) Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, 2nd Edition: pp. 958.

McCarthy, P.M. & Fryday, A.M. A new saxicolous species of Porina (Ostropales, Porinaceae) from the Falkland Islands Opuscula Philolichenum 7: 187–190.
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2008
Kocourková, J., Knudsen, K., Lendemer, J.C. & Fryday, A.M. New California Records of Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi. Crossosoma 34: 19–23.

Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. Micarea. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region Vol 3: pp. 246–250.

Lücking, R., Knudsen, K. & Fryday A.M. Diploschistella. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region Vol 3: pp. 228–229.

Fryday, A.M. Three new species with cephalodia from the southern New Zealand shelf islands. Lichenologist 40: 283–294.
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Fryday, A.M. The genus Fuscidea in North America. Lichenologist 40: 295–328.
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Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. Ameliella, a new genus of lichenized fungi from NW Europe and western Canada. Lichenologist 40: 387–397.
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2007
Coppins, B.J. & Fryday, A.M. Three new species of Bacidia s.lat. (Ramalinaceae) from Campbell Island (New Zealand). Bibliotheca Lichenologica 95: 155–164.

Fryday, A.M. Additional Lichen Records from New Zealand 46: Degelia symptychia (Tuck.) P.M. Jørg. Australasian Lichenology 60: 4–5.
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Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. A second species of Lithographa with submuriform ascospores. Lichenologist 39: 245–250.
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Fryday, A.M. Additional Lichen Records from New Zealand 47: Coccotrema corallinum Messuti, Coccotrema pocillarium (C.E. Cumm.) Brodo. Australasian Lichenology 61: 3–5.
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Fryday, A.M. A new species of Megalaria from Iles Kerguelen in the southern Indian Ocean. Lichenologist 39: 371-375.
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Fryday, A.M., Lendemer, J.C. & Howe, N.M. Porpidia soredizoides (lichenized ascomycota) in North America. Opuscula Philolichenum 4: 1-4.
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2006
Calvelo S. & Fryday, A.M. New Reports of Lichenized Fungi from South America, Argentina, Tierra Del Fuego, and Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas). Bryologist 109: 372–380.

Coppins, B.J. & Fryday, A.M. New or previously misunderstood species of Lithographa and Rimularia (Agyriaceae) from the southern subpolar region and western Canada. Lichenologist 38: 93–107.
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Coppins, B.J. & Fryday, A.M. Reassessment of some lichen species described by Josiah Lowe, and notes on some other North American lecideoid lichens. Bryologist 109: 9–17.

Fryday, A.M. New North America records of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi from the alpine and sub-alpine zones of Mt. Katahdin, Maine. Bryologist 109: 570-578.

Fryday, A.M. Lichens. In: The Nature of the Cairngorms – Diversity in a changing environment (Philip Shaw & Des B. A. Thompson, eds): pp.177–193. Edinburgh: The Stationery Office Ltd.

Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. Typification and identity of Pertusaria obvelata Nyl. Australasian Lichenology 59: 34-35.
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Miller, N.G., Fryday, A.M. & Hinds, J. Bryophytes and lichens of a calcium-rich spring seep isolated on the granitic terrain of Mt. Katahdin, Maine, U.S.A. Rhodora 107: 339–358.

Miller, N.G., Fryday, A.M., Dibble, A.C. & Hinds, J.W. Alpine bryophytes and lichens of Mt. Katahdin, Maine. Poster at Botany 2006; Chico, CA.
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2005
Fryday, A.M. The genus Porpidia in Western and Northern Europe, with special emphasis on collections from the British Isles. Lichenologist 37: 1-35.
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Fryday, A.M. Proposal to reject the name Lecidea flavo-coerulescens Hornem. (lichenized Ascomycota, Porpidiaceae). Taxon 54: 181-182.
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Fryday, A.M. Nimisia deusta, the correct name for N. fuegiae, with additional notes on morphology, distribution, and chemical composition. Lichenologist 37: 313-319.
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2004
Bungartz, F. & Fryday, A.M. Buellia saurinum W.A. Weber belongs in the genus Rhizocarpon (Rhizocarpaceae, lichenized Ascomycetes). Bryologist 107: 75-78.

Dibble, A.C., Hinds, J.W., Miller, N.G. & Fryday, A.M. Alpine bryophytes and lichens of Mt. Katahdin, Maine. Poster at Botany 2004; Snowbird, Utah.

Fryday, A.M. New species and records of lichenized fungi from the Auckland Islands and Campbell Island, New Zealand. Bibliotheca Lichenologica 88: 127-146.

Fryday, A.M. A New Species of Fuscopannaria with a Green Photobiont, and Other Taxonomic Innovations and New Records of Lichenized-Fungi from Alaska. Bryologist 107: 173-179.

Fryday, A.M. A re-assessment of the genus Gongylia in North America, and a new species of Protothelenella from Colorado. Bryologist 107: 231-233.

Fryday, A.M. The Fifth Dougal Swinscow Memorial Lecture – Lichens of the Scottish Mountains. British Lichen Society Bulletin 94: 5-6.

Fryday, A.M. Monitoring changes in lichen populations above the tree line – Nephroma arcticum in Scotland, a case study. Poster at Botany 2004; Snowbird, Utah.
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Fryday, A.M., Coppins, B.J. A reassessment of the genera Chromatochlamys and Thelenella, and a new species of Strigula from the British Isles. Lichenologist 36: 89-95.
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Ihlen, P.G. & Fryday, A.M. Rhizocarpon anaperum new to Svalbard (Short Communication). Lichenologist 36: 343-344.
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Johnson, A.J., Fryday, A.M. & Prather, L.A. Computerization of the Lichen Collection at the Michigan State University Herbarium. Poster at Botany 2004; Snowbird, Utah.
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Powell, T. & Fryday, A. Design of Herbarium Labels. British Lichen Society Bulletin 94: 62-65.

2003
Fryday, A.M. Additional lichen records from New Zealand 39. Australasian Lichenology 52: 25-26.
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Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. Proposal to reject the name Lecidea atro-alba [var.] concreta Acharius (lichenized Ascomycotina). Taxon 52: 351.
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Fryday, A.M. & Glew, K.A. Stereocaulon nivale comb. non., yet another crustose species in the genus. Bryologist 106: 565-568.

2002
Fryday, A.M. New combinations and records of lichenized-fungi from southern South America. Mycotaxon 82: 421-428.
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Fryday, A.M. Distribution and importance of the lichen vegetation of the Scottish Highlands. Botanical Journal of Scotland 54: 133-151.

Fryday, A.M. A revision of the species of the Rhizocarpon hochstetteri group occurring in the British Isles. Lichenologist 34: 451-477.
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Fryday, A.M. New lichen records from Michigan and other changes affecting Michigan species. Michigan Botanist 41: 85-88.

Fryday, A.M. & Wetmore, C.M. Provisional List of Threatened/Rare Macrolichens in Michigan. Michigan Botanist 41: 89-93.

Hinds, J.W., Fryday, A.M. & Dibble, A. Three additions to the lichen flora of North America from Mt Katahdin, Maine. Evansia 19: 137-141.

Ihlen, P.G. & Fryday, A.M. Rhizocarpon timdalii, a new species from north-west Europe and north-east North America. Lichenologist 34: 95-100.
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2001
Fryday, A.M. Additional lichen records from New Zealand 33. Australasian Lichenology 48: 38-39.
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Fryday, A.M. The lichen vegetation associated with areas of late snow-lie in the Scottish Highlands. Lichenologist 33: 121-150.
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Fryday, A.M. Phytosociology of terricolous lichen vegetation in the Cairngorm mountains, Scotland. Lichenologist 33: 331-351.
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Fryday, A.M. Effects of grazing animals on upland/montane lichen vegetation in Great Britain. Botanical Journal of Scotland 53: 1-19.

Fryday, A.M. Additions to the lichen flora of North America. Agonimia allobata and Aspicilia grisea. Evansia 18: 87-89.

Fryday, A.M. Book Review: Dobson, Frank S. (2000) Lichens. An illustrated Guide to the British and Irish Species. Bryologist 104: 643-644.

Fryday, A.M. & Common, R.S. A new species of Schaereria (lichenized-fungi) from the Falkland Islands. Bryologist 104: 109-114.

Fryday, A.M. & Prather, L.A. The lichen collection of Henry Imshaug at Michigan State University Herbarium (MSC). Bryologist 104: 464-467.

Fryday, A.M. & Prather, L.A. The lichen collection at the Michigan State University herbarium (MSC). Taxon 50: 957-958.

Fryday, A.M. & Prather, L.A. The lichen collection at the Michigan State University herbarium (MSC). International Lichenological Newsletter 34: 5-6.
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Fryday, A.M., Fair, J.B., Googe, M.S., Johnson, A.J., Bunting, E.A. & Prather, L.A. Checklist of lichens and allied fungi from Michigan. Contrib. Univ. Michigan Herb. 23: 145-223.

2000
Fryday, A.M. Additional lichen records from New Zealand 31. Australasian Lichenology 46: 36-39.
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Fryday, A.M. Bryonora rhypariza (Nyl.) Poelt – new to N. America. Evansia 17: 37-39.

Fryday, A.M. On Rhizocarpon obscuratum (Ach.) Massal, with notes on some related species in the British Isles. Lichenologist 32: 207-224.
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Fryday, A.M. Additional lichen records from New Zealand 32. Australasian Lichenology 47: 30-31.
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Fryday, A.M. Book Review - Goward, Trevor (1999) The Lichens of British Columbia, Illustrated Keys. Part 2 – Fruticose Species. Bryologist 103: 413.

1999
Fryday, AM. The genus Rimularia Nylander in the British Isles. British Lichen Society Bulletin 84: 2–5.

1998
Orange, A & Fryday A. Survey of the Saxicolous Lichen and Bryophyte Communities of Eryri cSAC and Moel Hebog SSSI. CCW Contract Science Reports 312. Bangor: Countryside Council for Wales.

1997
Fryday, A.M. Studies of the lichen genus Rhizocarpon subgenus Phaeothallus. British Ecological Society Bulletin 28: 29–31.

Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. Keys to sterile crustose saxicolous and terricolous lichens occurring in the British Isles. Lichenologist 29: 301–332.
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Fryday, A.M. Montane lichens in Scotland. Botanical Journal of Scotland. 49: 367–374.

1996
Fryday, A.M. (A provisional re-assessment of the non-yellow species of Rhizocarpon occurring in the British Isles. British Lichen Society Bulletin 78: 29–40.

Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. Three new species in the Catillariaceae from the Central Highlands of Scotland. Lichenologist 28: 507–512.
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Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. A new crustose Stereocaulon from the mountains of Scotland and Wales. Lichenologist 28: 513–519.
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Fryday, A.M. The lichen vegetation of some previously overlooked high-level habitats in North Wales. Lichenologist 28: 521–541.
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Gilbert, O.L. & Fryday, A.M. Observations on the lichen flora of high ground in the West of Ireland. Lichenologist 28: 113–127.
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1994
Fryday, A.M. Arctic-alpine lichens in North Wales. British Lichen Society Bulletin 74: 23–24.

Fryday, A.M. Notes on the lichen flora of Lewis and Harris. Hebridean Naturalist 12: 23–29.

1992
Gilbert, O.L., Fryday, A.M., Giavarini, V.J. & Coppins, B.J. The lichen vegetation of high ground in the Ben Nevis range, Scotland. Lichenologist 24: 43–56.

Watling, R. & Fryday, A. Profiles of fungi 44: Multiclavula vernalis (Schwein) Petersen. Mycologist 6: 67.







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