What is the phylum for lichen?


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Lichen Thallus isn't a species, lichens are symbiotic relationship. 'Thallus'
The fungal partner (the "mycobiont") in most lichens (98% of them) is an ascomycete. Zygomycetes make up the remainder. An example is; Sphaerococcus globosus (a lichen parasymbiont
Ascomycota, a Division/Phylum of Fungi, and subkingdom Dikarya, whose members, commonly known as the Sac Fungi.
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Thallophyta is a unicellular phylum of plants of very diverse habit and structure. They include algae, fungi, and lichens. Thallophyta reproduce vegetatively or ...
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