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Ramboldia

Summary
Ramboldia is a genus of lichen-forming fungi in the family Ramboldiaceae. The genus was circumscribed in 1994 by Gintaras Kantvilas and John Alan Elix. It was emended in 2008 by the inclusion of Pyrrhospora species containing the anthraquinone russulone in their apothecia and having a prosoplectenchymatous exciple. The family Ramboldiaceae was circumscribed in 2014 to contain the genus. The genus name of Ramboldia is in honour of Gerhard Walter Rambold (b.1956), a German botanist (Lichenology and Mycology). He was also interested in Zoology and was a professor at Munich and Bayreuth. He was a colleague of the authors, Kantvilas and Elix. Species *Ramboldia amagiensis (2008) *Ramboldia amarkantakana (2009) *Ramboldia arandensis (2008) *Ramboldia atromarginata (2016) *Ramboldia aurantiaca (2008) *Ramboldia aurea (2008) *Ramboldia blastidiata
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