Alan Fryday

Publications - Europe

Fryday, A. M. & Coppins, B.J. (2012) New taxa, reports, and names of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi mainly from the Scottish Highlands Lichenologist 44
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Fryday, A. M. (2011) Phacographa protoparmeliae Hafellner new to northern Europe from arctic Russia Graphis Scripta 23: 21–23.
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Kantvilas, G. & Fryday, A.M. (2010) Two additions to the genus Cliostomum (Ramalinaceae) with broad ascospores Lichenologist 42: 539–545.
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Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. (2009) Ameliella Fryday & Coppins (2008) Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, 2nd Edition: pp. 144–145.

Fryday, A.M. (2009) 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. (2009) 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. (2009) 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. (2009) Vestergrenopsis Gyeln. (1940) Lichen Flora of Great Britain and Ireland, 2nd Edition: pp. 958.

Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. (2008) Ameliella, a new genus of lichenized fungi from NW Europe and western Canada. Lichenologist 40: 387–397.
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Fryday, A.M. (2006) 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. (2005) 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. (2004) The Fifth Dougal Swinscow Memorial Lecture – Lichens of the Scottish Mountains. British Lichen Society Bulletin 94: 5-6.

Fryday, A.M. (2004) 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. (2004) 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. (2004) Rhizocarpon anaperum new to Svalbard (Short Communication). Lichenologist 36: 343-344.
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Fryday, A.M. (2002) Distribution and importance of the lichen vegetation of the Scottish Highlands. Botanical Journal of Scotland 54: 133-151.

Fryday, A.M. (2002) A revision of the species of the Rhizocarpon hochstetteri group occurring in the British Isles. Lichenologist 34: 451-477.
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Ihlen, P.G. & Fryday, A.M. (2002) Rhizocarpon timdalii, a new species from north-west Europe and north-east North America. Lichenologist 34: 95-100.
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Fryday, A.M. (2001) 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. (2001) Phytosociology of terricolous lichen vegetation in the Cairngorm mountains, Scotland. Lichenologist 33: 331-351.
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Fryday, A.M. (2001) Effects of grazing animals on upland/montane lichen vegetation in Great Britain. Botanical Journal of Scotland 53: 1-19.

Fryday, A.M. (2000) On Rhizocarpon obscuratum (Ach.) Massal, with notes on some related species in the British Isles. Lichenologist 32: 207-224.
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Fryday, AM. (1999) The genus Rimularia Nylander in the British Isles. British Lichen Society Bulletin 84: 2–5.

Orange, A & Fryday A. (1998) 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.

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

Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. (1997) Keys to sterile crustose saxicolous and terricolous lichens occurring in the British Isles. Lichenologist 29: 301–332.
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Fryday, A.M. (1997) Montane lichens in Scotland. Botanical Journal of Scotland. 49: 367–374.

Fryday, A.M. (1996) 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. (1996) 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. (1996) A new crustose Stereocaulon from the mountains of Scotland and Wales. Lichenologist 28: 513–519.
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Fryday, A.M. (1996) 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. (1996) Observations on the lichen flora of high ground in the West of Ireland. Lichenologist 28: 113–127.
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Fryday, A.M. (1994) Arctic-alpine lichens in North Wales. British Lichen Society Bulletin 74: 23–24.

Fryday, A.M. (1994) Notes on the lichen flora of Lewis and Harris. Hebridean Naturalist 12: 23–29.

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

Watling, R. & Fryday, A. (1992) Profiles of fungi 44: Multiclavula vernalis (Schwein) Petersen. Mycologist 6: 67.







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