Stictaceae

plural noun
Stic·​ta·​ce·​ae | \stikˈtāsēˌē\

Definition of Stictaceae 

: a family of common foliaceous lichens comprising the two genera Lobaria and Sticta

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History and Etymology for Stictaceae

New Latin, from Sticta, type genus + -aceae

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