Publications

2018
JACOB, J.M., SCHMULL, M. & Villa, F., 2018. Biofilms and Lichens on Eroded Marble Monuments: Reconsidering Cleaning. APT Bulletin Journal of Preservation Technology , 49 (2-3) , pp. 51-55.
2013
NAGATA, T., et al., 2013. An unususal xylotheque with plant illustrations from Early Meiji Japan. Economic Botany , 67 (2) , pp. 87-97.
NAGATA, T., et al., 2013. Paulownia tomentosa a Chinese plant in Japan. Curtis’s Botanical Magazine , 30 (3) , pp. 261-274.
Lendemer, J.C., R. C. Harris, & Tripp, E.A., 2013. The Lichens and Allied Fungi of Great Smoky Mountains National Park: An Annotated Checklist with Comprehensive Keys,
2009
SCHMULL, M. & Brown, D.L., 2009. Pseudevernia furfuracea, the mummy’s lichen at the Farlow Herbarium. Opuscula Philolichenum , 6 , pp. 45-50.
2005
SCHMULL, M., et al., 2005. The type database at Göttingen (GOET) – a virtual herbarium online. Taxon , 54 , pp. 251-254.
KESSLER, M., et al., 2005. Tree diversity in primary forest and different land use systems in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Biodiversity and Conservation , 14 , pp. 547-560.
SCHMULL, M. & T., S.P.R.I.B.I.L.L.E., 2005. Schaereria dolodes (Nyl. ex Hasse) Schmull & T. Spribille: a second corticolous species in the genus. Lichenologist , 37 , pp. 527-533.
SCHMULL, M. & HAUCK, M., 2005. Lecidea hercynica, a new montane epiphytic lichen from Germany. Lichenologist , 37 , pp. 485-489.
2003
SCHMULL, M. & HAUCK, M., 2003. Extraction methods for assessing the availability of cations for epiphytic lichens from bark. Environmental and Experimental Botany , 49 (3) , pp. 273-283.
SCHMULL, M. & HAUCK, M., 2003. Element microdistribution in the bark of Abies balsamea and Picea rubens and its impact on epiphytic lichen abundance on Whiteface Mountain, New York. Flora , 198 , pp. 293-303.
GROTH, H., et al., 2003. Biogeography of Plagiochila (Hepaticae): natural species groups span several floral kingdoms. Journal of Biogeography , 30 , pp. 965-978.

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