Materials for the distribution of lichens and lichenicolous fungi in Poland, 4

Author:
Hachułka M., Rutkowski K., Kubiak D., Kossowska M., Fałtynowicz W., Kościelniak R., Betleja L., Darmostuk V., Sira O., Bohdan A., Grajewska A., Szymczyk R., Kowalewska A. & Kukwa M.
Year:
2024
Journal:
Wiadomości Botaniczne
Pages:
68: 188210 [25 p.]
Url:
https://doi.org/10.5586/wb/188210
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The paper presents new localities of 40 species of lichens and 12 species of lichenicolous fungi (marked by an asterisk), which are endangered in Poland or are regionally rare. In addition, the paper includes a new record of the non-lichenized fungus Naevia punctiformis (Ach.) A. Massal. (marked by a plus), which, due to its similarity to the lichenized representatives of the Arthonia Ach. s.l. genus is often included in lichenological publications. The name of each taxon is followed by data on its diagnostic features and distribution in Poland. Provided lists of localities contain geographic coordinates and ATPOL grid squares, modified by S. Cieśliński and W. Fałtynowicz for the purposes of the Atlas of the Geographical Distribution of Lichens in Poland (published by W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, 1993). Kezwords: lichenized fungi; lichenicolous fungi; biodiversity; rare species;cdistribution in Poland.
Id:
36507
Submitter:
zpalice
Post_time:
Saturday, 01 June 2024 23:00