Category:Lecanorales

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DomainEukaryota • RegnumFungi • PhylumAscomycota • SubphylumPezizomycotina • ClassisLecanoromycetes • SubclassisLecanoromycetidae • Ordo: Lecanorales Nannf.
English: Most Lecanorales are Lichens, composite organisms consisting of a symbiotic association of a fungus (the mycobiont) with a photosynthetic partner (the photobiont or phycobiont). However, do not use this category for unidentified lichens, as many lichens are not in this order. Please put unidentified and newly uploaded lichen pictures in the Lichens category
Wikispecies Wikispecies has an entry on: Lecanorales.
Aphanopsidaceae, Arctomiaceae, Biatorellaceae, Brigantiaeaceae, Calycidiaceae, Cladoniaceae, Crocyniaceae, Dactylosporaceae, Ectolechiaceae, Gypsoplacaceae, Haematommataceae, Hymeneliaceae, Lecanoraceae, Loxosporaceae, Megalariaceae, Miltideaceae, Mycoblastaceae, Parmeliaceae, Pilocarpaceae, Psoraceae, Ramalinaceae, Sphaerophoraceae, Stereocaulaceae, Tephromelataceae, Vezdaeaceae
Note: Plus Genera Allophoron, Aspilidea, Auriculora, Bartlettiella, Bilimbia, Botryolepraria, Brucea (Lecanorales), Buelliastrum, Chlorangium, Corticifraga, Corticiruptor, Farnoldia, Haploloma, Heterocyphelium, Lecania, Lecidoma, Leprocaulon, Melanolecia, Mycobilimbia, Myochroidea, Nimisiostella, Notolecidea, Psilolechia, Psorotichiella, Ravenelula, Scoliciosporum, Scutellaria (Lecanorales), Solenopsora, Sphaerocarpus, Thamnolecania, Tremolecia, Tylophoron, Umbilithecium, Umushamyces
Aphanopsidaceae, Arthrorhaphidaceae, Calycidiaceae, Catillariaceae, Cetradoniaceae, Cladoniaceae, Crocyniaceae, Dactylosporaceae, Ectolechiaceae, Gypsoplacaceae, Haematommataceae, Lecanoraceae, Lecideaceae, Loxosporaceae, Malmideaceae, Megalariaceae, Micareaceae, Miltideaceae, Mycoblastaceae, Ophioparmaceae, Parmeliaceae, Pilocarpaceae, Porpidiaceae, Psoraceae, Ramalinaceae, Rhizocarpaceae, Sphaerophoraceae, Stereocaulaceae, Tephromelataceae

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