Data from: Two new species of Lecanora sensu stricto (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota) from east Africa

Paul Kirika, Sittiporn Parnmen & Thorsten Lumbsch
The new sorediate species Lecanora kenyana from Mount Kenya and Lecanora orientoafricana from the Rift Valley in Kenya are described. Lecanora kenyana has red-brown apothecia with a constricted base, a melacarpella–type amphithecium, pulicaris–type epihymenium, a hyaline hypothecium, and contains usnic acid as major constituent. Lecanora orientoafricana is characterized by having a dark hypothecium, pulicaris-type amphithecium, chlarotera-epihymenium, and contains atranorin and gangaleoidin. A phylogenetic analysis using maximum likelihood and a Bayesian approach based on DNA sequence...
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