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Title Study of Some Lichens of Qatar
Author Hadia A. Al-Meri, Roda F Al-Thani
Abstract
The desert regions of North and central Qatar were surveyed for lichens. Twelve species were reported. The most common lichens are of the crustose type and all fungi of the lichens collected are Ascomycete.  
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Keywords Lichens, Crustose, Qatar
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