Alan Fryday

Publications - North America

Fryday, A. M. & McCarthy, J. W. (2018) Hymenelia parva: a new species of Hymenelia (Hymeneliaceae, Ostropomycetidae) from Newfoundland, Canada. Graphis Scripta 30(6): 44–50.
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Fryday, A. M. (2017) Additions to the lichenized fungi biota of North America and Alaska from collection held in the University of Alaska Museum of the North herbarium (ALA). Arctic Science 3(3): 577–584.
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Fryday, A. M. & Tønsberg, T. (2015) Ameliella - a bryicolous lichen genus rediscovered in North America after 50 years Evansia 32(4): 171–175.
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Knudsen, K., Fryday, A., Rajakaruna, N., Olday, F. C., O'Dell, R. E., Pope, N. and Woolhouse, S. (2015) Lichens of the New Idria Serpentine Mass, San Benito County, California, USA: A Preliminary Study of the Lichen-Substrate Relationship. Poster presented at the California Native Plants Society Conservation Conference, San Jose, California.

Barton, J., Ciccotelli, B., Gall, J. E., Olday, F. C., Connery, B., Harris, T.B., Fryday, A. M. & Rajakaruna, N. (2014) Lichens of six vernal pools in Acadia National Park, Maine, USA. Evansia 31: 31–39.
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Medeiros, I. D., Fryday, A. M. & Rajakaruna, N. (2014) Additional Lichen Records and Mineralogical Data from Metal-Contaminated Sites in Maine Rhodora 116: 323-347.

Medeiros, I. D. Fryday, A. M. and N. Rajakaruna. (2014) Diversity and conservation of lichens at two metal-enriched sites in coastal Maine, USA. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Serpentine Ecology, Sabah, Malaysia. June 9-13.

McCarthy, J. W. & Fryday A. M. (2014) New Canadian records for Porpidia flavocruenta and Rhizocarpon amphibium (Ascomycota: Lecanorales). Fungi Magazine 7: 70–75.

Hutten, H., Arup, U., Breuss, O., Esslinger, T. L., Fryday, A. M., Knudsen, K., Lendemer, J. C., Printzen, C., Root, H. T., Schultz, M., Sheard, J., Tønsberg, T. & McCune, B. (2013) Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi of Yosemite National Park, California. North American Fungi 8: 11-47. NAF Web Site

Rajakaruna, N., Knudsen, K., Fryday, A. M., O’Dell, R. E., Pope, N., Olday, F. & Woolhouse, S. (2012) Influence of geochemistry on saxicolous lichen communities of the New Idria serpentine mass, San Benito County, California, USA. Lichenologist 44: 695–714.
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Fryday, A.M. (2012) A brief lichen foray on Mount Washington – including Claurouxia chalybeioides, Porina norrlinii and Stereocaulon leucophaeopsis new to North America. Opuscula Philolichenum 8: 1–7.

Lendemer, J.C., Knudsen, K. & Fryday, A.M.. New and interesting lichens, lichenicolous and allied fungi from Yosemite National Park, California, U.S.A. Opuscula Philolichenum 8: 107–120.

Dibble, A.C., Miller, N.G., Hinds J.W. & Fryday, A.M. Bryophytes and lichens of the alpine and subalpine zones on Katahdin, Maine. 1: Introduction and ecology. Bryologist 112: 651–672.

Hinds, J.W., Fryday, A.M. & Dibble, A.C. Bryophytes and lichens of the alpine and subalpine zones on Katahdin, Maine. 3: The lichenized fungi. Bryologist 112: 673–703

Kocourkova, J., Fryday, A.M., Knudsen, K & Lendemer, J.C. Studies in lichen and lichenicolous fungi: more notes on taxa from North America VI. Mycotaxon 111: 423–429.

Kocourková, J., Knudsen, K., Lendemer, J.C. & Fryday, A.M. (2008) New California Records of Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi. Crossosoma 34: 19–23.

Fryday, A.M. & Coppins, B.J. (2008) Micarea. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region Vol 3: pp. 246–250.

Lücking, R., Knudsen, K. & Fryday A.M. (2008) Diploschistella. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region Vol 3: pp. 228–229.

Fryday, A.M. The genus Fuscidea in North America. Lichenologist 40: 295–328.
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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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Coppins, B.J. & Fryday, A.M. (2006) New or previously misunderstood species of Lithographa and Rimularia (Agyriaceae) from the southern subpolar region and western Canada. Lichenologist 38: 93–107.
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Coppins, B.J. & Fryday, A.M. (2006) Reassessment of some lichen species described by Josiah Lowe, and notes on some other North American lecideoid lichens. Bryologist 109: 9–17.

Fryday, A.M. (2006) New North America records of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi from the alpine and sub-alpine zones of Mt. Katahdin, Maine. Bryologist 109: 570-578.

Miller, N.G., Fryday, A.M. & Hinds, J. (2006) Bryophytes and lichens of a calcium-rich spring seep isolated on the granitic terrain of Mt. Katahdin, Maine, U.S.A. Rhodora 107: 339–358.

Miller, N.G., Fryday, A.M., Dibble, A.C. & Hinds, J.W. (2006) Alpine bryophytes and lichens of Mt. Katahdin, Maine. Poster at Botany 2006; Chico, CA.

Bungartz, F. & Fryday, A.M. (2004) Buellia saurinum W.A. Weber belongs in the genus Rhizocarpon (Rhizocarpaceae, lichenized Ascomycetes). Bryologist 107: 75-78.

Dibble, A.C., Hinds, J.W., Miller, N.G. & Fryday, A.M. (2004) Alpine bryophytes and lichens of Mt. Katahdin, Maine. Poster at Botany 2004; Snowbird, Utah.

Fryday, A.M. (2004) A New Species of Fuscopannaria with a Green Photobiont, and Other Taxonomic Innovations and New Records of Lichenized-Fungi from Alaska. Bryologist 107: 173-179.

Fryday, A.M. (2004) A re-assessment of the genus Gongylia in North America, and a new species of Protothelenella from Colorado. Bryologist 107: 231-233.

Fryday, A.M. & Glew, K.A. (2003) Stereocaulon nivale comb. non., yet another crustose species in the genus. Bryologist 106: 565-568.

Fryday, A.M. (2002) New lichen records from Michigan and other changes affecting Michigan species. Michigan Botanist 41: 85-88.

Fryday, A.M. & Wetmore, C.M. (2002) Provisional List of Threatened/Rare Macrolichens in Michigan. Michigan Botanist 41: 89-93.

Hinds, J.W., Fryday, A.M. & Dibble, A. (2002) Three additions to the lichen flora of North America from Mt Katahdin, Maine. Evansia 19: 137-141.

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) Additions to the lichen flora of North America. Agonimia allobata and Aspicilia grisea. Evansia 18: 87-89. Fryday, A.M., Fair, J.B., Googe, M.S., Johnson, A.J., Bunting, E.A. & Prather, L.A. (2001) Checklist of lichens and allied fungi from Michigan. Contrib. Univ. Michigan Herb. 23: 145-223.

Fryday, A.M. (2000) Bryonora rhypariza (Nyl.) Poelt – new to N. America. Evansia 17: 37-39.

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