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Nguyen T T, Vo P G (2020): Lichenized Fungi Collection in Tay Nguyen University. v1.5. University of Science, Vietnam National University Ho Chi Minh city. Dataset/Occurrence. https://ipt.laji.fi/ipt/resource?r=ttnlichens&v=1.5
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Most of the specimens were collected from some national parks (Chu Yang Sin National Park, Nam Nung National Park, Lam Dong Province,) located in Central Highlands of Vietnam and some other nearby places (Hon Ba Nature Reserve). Central Highlands lies on series of contiguous plateaus with the height of 500 – 1800 meters. All of these plateaus are surrounded by the high mountain ranges and mounts (South Annamite Range).
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [8.124, 103.403], North East [17.707, 110.017]|
Lichenized fungi (lichens)
|Phylum||Ascomycota (Lichenized fungi)|
Following the impact and using the existing resource of the BIFA3_032 project, this BIFA4 project proposal aims to continue mobilizing the remaining Vietnamese bryophyte and lichen collections held in other Vietnamese herbaria and in foreign countries. These collections include the largest available material on Vietnamese bryophytes and lichens and provide together a nearly complete picture of cryptogam flora in Vietnam. Core activities of the project are to visit and examine the Vietnamese cryptogam collections in PC, EGR, TTN, PDU, KoLRI (& KH), and update the PHH collection. About 24% of the cryptogam specimens in PC (MNHN Herbarium, Paris) have been digitalized (mostly types) and among those waiting, there are thousands of specimens collected from Vietnam during the first half of XX century. In Eger, more than 1500 bryophyte specimens still needed to be identified and digitalized. When published, the data from historical collections in PC and EGR will help in the future work to clarify and re-assess the status of cryptogam observations in Vietnam, especially for those taxa that are now reported as “endemic to Vietnam”.
|Title||A continuous data mobilization of Vietnam bryophyte and lichen collections|
|Funding||BIFA: Biodiversity Information Fund for Asia|
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Field collection follow Chapter 5 “Methods and techniques in collection, preservation and identification of lichens” in book: Plant Taxonomy and Biosystematics - Classical and Modern Methods, Publisher: New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi, Editors: T.S. Rana, K.N. Nair, D.K. Upreti, pp.101-128
|Study Extent||All the specimens were collected from 2014 until 2019 from Viet Nam including Chu Yang Sin National Park, Hon Ba Nature Reserve, Nam Nung National Park, Lam Dong Province.|
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- Field collection follow Chapter 5 “Methods and techniques in collection, preservation and identification of lichens” in book: Plant Taxonomy and Biosystematics - Classical and Modern Methods, Publisher: New India Publishing Agency, New Delhi, Editors: T.S. Rana, K.N. Nair, D.K. Upreti, pp.101-128
|Collection Name||Bộ mẫu địa y tại trường Đại học Tây Nguyên|