- Stordeur R., Eckstein J., Hentschel J., John V., Kison H.-U., Knudsen K., Schiefelbein U., Seelemann A. & Thiemann R.
- 40: 251–268
A total of 29 taxa are treated. Of these, 20 are lichenised, six are lichenicolous and two are saprobic fungi. Acarospora similis and the lichenicolous fungus Trimmatostroma lichenicola were detected in Germany for the first time. The lichens Acarospora intermedia, Agonimia voauxii, Athallia vitellinula, Bacidina saxenii, Candelariella viae-lacteae, C. xanthostigmoides, Cladonia diversa, Kuettlingeria soralifera, Lecanora thysanophora, Normandina pulchella, Protoparmeliopsis garovaglii, Rinodina aspera, Scythiora phlogina, Swinscowia jamesii, and Verrucaria bryoctona, the lichenicolous fungi Cladosporium licheniphilum, Laetisaria lichenicola, Taeniolella lecanoricola, Tremella phaeophysciae, Trichoconis physciicola, and the saprobic fungi Leptorhaphis atomaria and Leptosillia macrospora are additional new records for Sachsen-Anhalt. The lichen Protoparmeliopsis garovaglii is new for Saxony, and simultaneously for all eastern Federal States, and Bacidina saxenii is new for Thuringia. The lichenicolous fungus Sphaerellothecium minutum is also new for Sachsen-Anhalt, but at the same time a rediscovery for Germany after about 40 years. Rufoplaca scotoplaca, which has been recollected after almost 100 years at two different sites, is also an important rediscovery for Sachsen-Anhalt.
For Eiglera flavida, recent collections from Sachsen-Anhalt (from 2001 onwards) are reported, and for the lichenicolous fungus Epigloea grummannii, which has been extremely rarely found so far, an additional location has been detected.
Cetrelia monachorum must be removed from the lists for Sachsen-Anhalt.
Key words: lichens, Germany, new records, biodiversity, nomenclature, species’ biology.
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