Dr Raquel Pino-Bodas

Early Career Research Fellow

Biography Plus

My scientific activity embraces mainly lichenology, taxonomy, biodiversity and phylogeny. I have a special interest in taxonomy and phylogeny of the family Cladoniaceae and associated fungi. Cladoniaceae is one of the largest families of lichen-forming fungi. Most of Cladonia species have a high phenotypical variation, what has made it difficult to delimit the diverse taxa by means of morphological characters. During my research, I have focussed my work on species delimitation in the genus Cladonia. For my future research, I intend to understand the Cladoniaceae family more deeply and extend my studies to the genus Pilophorus

Qualifications and appointments Plus
  • BA, Univ. Complutense de Madrid, Spain, 2006
  • MSc, Univ. Computense de Madrid, Spain, 2008
  • PhD, Univ. Complutense de Madrid, Spain, 2012
Selected publications Plus

Pino-Bodas, R., Burgaz, A. R., Ahit, T. & Stenroos, S. (2018)

Taxonomy of Cladonia angustiloba and related species

Lichenologist 50: 267–282

Pino-Bodas, R., Laakso, I. & Stenroos, S. (2017)

Genetic variation and factors affecting the genetic structure of the lichenicolous fungus Heterocephalacria bachmannii (Filobasidiales, Basidiomycota)

PLoS ONE 12: e0189603

Pino-Bodas, R., Zhurbenko, M. & Stenroos, S. (2017)

Phylogenetic placement of lichenicolous fungi growing on Cladonia in Lecanoromycetes (Ascomycota)

Persoonia 39: 91-117

Pino-Bodas, R., Pérez-Vargas, I., Stenroos, S. Ahti, T. & Burgaz, A. R. (2016)

Sharpening the species boundaries in the Cladonia mediterranea complex (Cladoniaceae, Ascomycota)

Persoonia 37: 1-12

Pino-Bodas, R., Ahti, T. Stenroos, S., Martín, M. P. & Burgaz, A.R. (2013)

Multilocus approach to species recognition in the Cladonia humilis complex (Cladoniaceae, Ascomycota)

American Journal of Botany 100: 664-678

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Email

r.pino@kew.org

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