Publications by Alan Orange

Books/Book chapters

Hatton-Ellis, T., Blackstock, T. & Orange, A. 2009. Life in Welsh Rivers: Plants. In Rivers of Wales (Williams, D.D. & Duigan, C., (eds.) : 69-87. Leiden: Backhuys, Weikersheim: Margraf.

Orange, A. 1994. Lichens on Trees. A Guide to Some of the Commonest Species. Series: British Plant Life 3. National Museum of Wales.

Orange, A. 1998. Lichens in upland spruce plantations.  In: Humphrey, JW., Holl, K., & Broome, A.C. (eds.): Birch in Spruce Plantations: Management for Biodiversity. Forestry Commission Technical Paper, Forestry Commission, Edinburgh, pp. 25-30.

Orange, A. 1999. Lepraria Ach. and Leproloma Nyl. ex Crombie. - In: Seaward, MRD (ed.): Lichen Atlas of the British Isles. Fascicle 4. Cavernularia, Degelia, Lepraria, Leproloma, Moelleropsis, Pannaria, Parmeliella. British Lichen Society, London, pp. 2 (unnumbered).

Orange, A. 2000. Verrucaria Schrader. - In: Seaward, MRD (ed.): Lichen Atlas of the British Isles. Fascicle 5. Aquatic Lichens and Cladonia (Part2). British Lichen Society, London, pp. 4 (unnumbered)

Orange, A. 2009. Saxicolous lichen and bryophyte communities in upland Britain. JNCC Report 404. ISSN 0963 8091.

Orange, A., James, P.W. & White, F.J. 2001. Microchemical Methods for the Identification of Lichens. British Lichen Society. 101 pp.

Orange, A., Wolseley, P., Karunaratne, V. & Bombuwala, K. 2001. Two leprarioid lichens new to Sri Lanka. - In: McCarthy, P.M., Kantvilas, G., Louwhoff, S.H.J.J. (eds.) : Lichenological Contributions in Honour of Jack Elix. Bibliotheca Lichenologica, J. Cramer, Berlin, Stuttgart, pp. 327-333.

Woods, R.G. & Orange, A. 1999. Catalog Cyfrufiad Cen Cymreig. A Census Catalogue of Welsh Lichens. National Museum Wales. [In Welsh and English].

Peer-reviewed papers

Fehrer, J., Slavíková -Bayerová, S. & Orange, A. 2008. Large genetic divergence of new, morphologically similar species of sterile lichens from Europe (Lepraria, Stereocaulaceae, Ascomycota): concordance of DNA sequence data with secondary metabolites. Cladistics 24: 443-458.

Gueidan, C., Savić, S., Thüs, H., Roux, C., Keller, C., Tibell, L., Prieto, M., Heiðmarsson, S., Breuss, O., Orange, A., Fröberg, L., Amtoft, A.W., Navarro-Rosinés, P., Krzewicka, B., Pykälä, J., Grube, M. & Lutzoni, F. 2009. Generic classification of the Verrucariaceae (Ascomycota) based on molecular and morphological evidence: recent progress and remaining challenges. Taxon 58: 184-208.

Halici, M. G., Orange, A. & Aksoy, A. 2005. Weddellomyces turcicus, a new species on a grey Acarospora from Turkey.  Mycotaxon 94: 249-252.

Orange, A. 1993. Cladonia azorica in the British Isles. Lichenologist 25: 105-114.

Orange, A. 1993. Thelidium austroatlanticum (Verrucariaceae), a new species from the South Orkney Islands. Lichenologist 25: 271-277.

Orange, A. 1997. Chemical variation in Lepraria eburnea. Lichenologist 29: 9-13.

Orange, A. 1998. Dermatocarpon leptophyllodes and related species in the British Isles. Lichenologist 30: 1-20.

Orange, A. 2000. Verrucaria elaeina, a misunderstood European lichen. - Lichenologist 32(5): 411-422.

Orange, A. 2001. Lepraria atlantica, a new species from the British Isles. - Lichenologist 33(6): 461-465.

Orange, A. 2002. Lichenicolous fungi on Ionaspis lacustris. - Mycotaxon 81: 265-279.

Orange, A. 2003. A foliicolous community in south Wales. - British Lichen Society Bulletin 92: 60-62.

Orange, A. 2003. Cryptothele in the British Isles. - British Lichen Society Bulletin 92: 32-34.

Orange, A. 2003. Sectoring in Fuscidea kochiana (Hepp) Wirth & Vezda. - British Lichen Society Bulletin 93: 26.

Orange, A. 2004. A remarkable new freshwater Verrucaria from Europe. - Lichenologist 36(6): 349-354.

Orange, A. 2004. The Verrucaria fuscella group in Great Britain and Ireland. - Lichenologist 36(3-4): 173-182

Orange, A. 2004. Verrucaria papillosa is a synonym of V. viridula. - Lichenologist 36(6): 445-447.

Orange, A. 2006. Adelphacarus sellnicki Grandjean (Acari: Oribatida) new to Britain, as a herbarium pest. - Entomologist's Monthly Magazine 142: 169-173.

Orange, A. 2009. A new species of Petractis (Ostropales s.lat., lichenized Ascomycota) from Wales. Lichenologist 41: 213-221.

Orange, A. 2009. Two parasitic species of Placopyrenium (Verrucariaceae) from freshwater habitats in north-west Europe. Lichenologist 41: 131-139.

Orange, A. & Wolseley, P. 2005. Two new thamnolic acid-containing Lepraria species from Thailand. - Lichenologist 37(3): 247-250.

Printzen, C., Lumbsch, H.T. & Orange, A. 2001. Biatora britannica sp. nov. and the occurrence of Biatora efflorescens in the British Isles. - Lichenologist 33(3): 181-187.

Slavíková-Bayerová, Š. & Orange, A. 2006. Three new species of Lepraria (Ascomycota, Stereocaulaceae) containing fatty acids and atranorin. - Lichenologist 38(6): 503-513.

Sohrabi, M., & Orange, A. 2006. New records of sorediate lichens from Iran. - Iranian Journal of Botany 12: 103-105.

Online resources

Orange, A. 2008. British Pyrenocarpous Lichens

[This is an informal identification guide which was originally prepared for the British Lichen Society Workshop ‘Pyrenocarps on Rock’, held at the Blencathra Field Study Centre, Keswick, Cumbria, on 26 August to 2 September 2006].

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