Eerde – BLWG-excursie 12 september 2020 [The bryological and lichenological excursion to Eerde in 2020]

Author:
Bekking M. & Goutbeek E.
Year:
2021
Journal:
Buxbaumiella
Pages:
120: 24–29
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[in Dutch with English summary: ] During a BLWG-excursion to the estate Eerde, near Ommen, and its surrounding woods, a great number of rare lichens were found. Lecanactis abietina, a speciality on old beech trees, is not a rare species here. Furthermore, we found several Micarea and Porina species, of which P. byssophila is only known in the Netherlands since 2001. Bacidia circumspecta was supposed to be extinct in the Netherlands, so we were delighted to discover here a second recent locality in our country. In the orchard we found several coniocarps; the rarest one is Calicium salicinum. Inspection of an old beech hedge that surrounds the orchard brought some pleasant surprises: inside this hedge we saw many populations of Pyrenula nitida, Arthonia didyma, Enterographa crassa, Pseudoschismatomma rufescens, Arthonia atra. To put it in a nutshell: the excursion to the Eerde estate and its surrounding old forest was highly successful.
Id:
36313
Submitter:
zpalice
Post_time:
Monday, 26 February 2024 20:37