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COSEWIC assessment and status report on the wrinkled shingle lichen, Pannaria lurida, in Canada: CW69-14/735-2016E-PDF
“This lichen colonizes mature deciduous trees, most often Red Maple, and is known from 56 occurrences in the Atlantic provinces. Surveys have failed to confirm the lichen is still present in Prince Edward Island, at one of two occurrences in Newfoundland, at two of four occurrences in New Brunswick, and at several of the 49 known occurrences in Nova Scotia. Threats to this species include continuing forest harvesting leading to the removal of host trees, and the impact of climate change, leading to a reduction in the amount of suitable moist climate. Designated Threatened in April 2016"--Assessment summary, p. iii.
|Title||COSEWIC assessment and status report on the wrinkled shingle lichen, Pannaria lurida, in Canada|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Évaluation et rapport de situation du COSEPAC sur le pannaire jaune pâle, Pannaria lurida, au Canada. Cover title. "Threatened, 2016." “COSEWIC would like to acknowledge David Richardson ... [et al.] for writing the status report [...]. This report was overseen and edited by René Belland, Co-chair of the COSEWIC Mosses and Lichens Specialist Subcommittee”--Production note, p. [ii].|
|Number of Pages||xi, 41 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Endangered species, Fungi, Nature conservation|
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