is the premier scientific journal devoted exclusively to the study of lichens worldwide. As the leading forum for the dissemination of new concepts and topical reviews, The Lichenologist
reaches more scientists concerned with the study of lichens and lichen symbionts than any other single journal. All aspects of lichenology are considered including systematics and phylogenetics; molecular biology; ultrastructure, anatomy and morphology; secondary chemistry; effects of pollutants and use as bioindicators; biogeography. In addition to standard length research papers, the journal also publishes longer monographs, Short Communications and Book Reviews. A monthly issue may occasionally be devoted to papers deriving from a symposium.
The Lichenologist Online Digital Archive from 1958 to 2003 is now available for purchase.