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Adams J. (1937): Some additional species from Anticosti Island - The Canadian Field-Naturalist, 51: 135

Canada; two lichens (Alectoria jubata and Usnea trichodea) identified by R.H. Torrey EndNote Read more... 

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Adams J.N., Escalona M., Marimuthu M.P.A., Fairbairn C.W., Beraut E., Seligmann W., Nguyen O., Chumchim N. & Stajich J.E. (2023): The reference genome assembly of the bright cobblestone lichen, Acarospora socialis - Journal of Heredity, 2023: esad052

Acarospora socialis, the bright cobblestone lichen, is commonly found in southwestern North America. This charismatic yellow lichen is a species of key ecological significance as it is often a pioneer species in new environments. Despite their ecological importance virtually no research has been conducted on the genomics of A. socialis. To address this, we used long-read sequencing to generate the first high-quality draft genome of A. socialis. Lichen thallus tissue was collected from Pinkham Canyon … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Adams L.G., Farnell R., Oakley M.P., Jung T.S., Larocque L.L., Lortie G.M., Mclelland J., Reid M.E., Roffler G.H. & Russell D.E. (2019): Evaluation of maternal penning to improve calf survival in the Chisana Caribou Herd - Wildlife Monographs, 204: 5–46

Key words: Alaska, body mass, calf mortality, caribou, maternal penning, natality, population dynamics, population recovery, predation, Rangifer tarandus, sex ratio, survival, Yukon. [p. 14:] "Animal care and monitoring during captivity.—We provided caribou ad libitum a commercial pelleted ration formulated specifically for caribou (Barboza and Parker 2006, Thompson and Barboza 2014; ¯x = 2.9 kg dry/adult caribou/day) and terrestrial lichens ( ¯x = 0.5 kg dry/adult caribou/day) in plywood … EndNote Read more... 

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Adams M.D. & Zaniewski K. (2012): Effects of recreational rock climbing and environmental variation on a sandstone cliff-face lichen community - Botany, 90: 253-259

Lichen community composition was evaluated for both lichen cover and richness on a cliff face commonly used for recreational rock climbing. The sandstone outcrop is located on the Sibley Peninsula, which extends from the north shore of Lake Superior. One-hundred and twenty plots were examined. Each plot was 1 m2 in size, with 60 plots located on unclimbed cliff sections and 60 more located where recreational rock climbing regularly occurs. Lichen richness and cover were significantly lower on … EndNote Read more... 

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Adams W.W. III, Demmig-Adams B. & Lange O.L. (1993): Carotenoid composition and metabolism in green and blue-green algal lichens in the field - Oecologia, 94(4): 576-584

Thirty-three species of green algal lichens and five species with blue-green algae were studied and compared to the leaves of higher plants EndNote Read more... 

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Adamska E. (2011): Lichen recolonization in the city of Toruń - Ecological Questions, 15: 119–125

Together with the decreasing pollution load in the atmosphere, particularly with sulphur oxides, one can observe inhibition of the process of lichens’ biota impoverishment in areas with the increased anthropopressure. Since the end of the 1970s, in most of the cities of Western Europe, the process of recolonization by lichens has been observed. Recently, this phenomenon has been described also in Poland. As a consequence of lichenological researches, carried out in the city of Toruń between … EndNote Read more... 

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Adamska E. (2010): Biota of lichens on the Zadroże Dune and its immediate surroundings - Ecological Questions, 12: 51–58

The present paper aims at describing the biota of lichens of the Zadroże Dune and its adjacent area in Toruń. The research on lichens was conducted during the years 2005–2006. The data on lichens come from my own research and literature. Altogether, the occurrence of 82 lichen taxa was recorded in the investigated area, including 74 species recorded during my own research. Due to the availability of habitats and substrata, terricolous species dominate here, mainly from the genus Cladonia and … EndNote Read more... 

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Adamska E. & Adamski A. (2014): Materials to the lichen biota of the hill in Folusz near Szubin (NW Poland) - Ecological Questions, 20: 39–44

A total of 37 lichen species were identified during the first lichenological research conducted in 2014 on the Folusz hill, including 28 taxa of epiphytes, 10 epixylic lichens and 4 common species of epigeic lichens. Historical sources contain only data on the occurrence of 13 taxa of epigeic lichens. In total, the list of lichens occurring in this area includes 48 species. No characteristic species of xerothermic grasslands were recorded at present or in the past. Key words: lichens, xerothermic … EndNote Read more... 

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Adamska E. & Deptuła M. (2015): Epigeic lichens of different development stages of forest growing on the heathland - Ecological Questions, 21: 39–44

The study deals with the occurrence of epigeic lichens on the study plots with a varying percentage of Calluna vulgaris (L.) in different forest development stages on the heathland Glinki near the southern boundary of Toruń. Five plots were established in the gradient of the increasing density of pine. A total of 17 lichen species were identified, typical of this type of habitats, mainly from the genus of Cladonia, including e.g.: Cladonia arbuscula, C. furcata, C. gracilis, C. uncialis as well … EndNote Read more... 

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Adamska E. & Deptuła M. (2015): Materials for biota of lichens and lichenicolous fungi in the military area near Toruń, Poland - Ecological Questions, 21: 45–53

The paper presents the first species list of lichens and lichenicolous fungi found and identified in the artillery training area located near the city of Toruń. Lichenological studies were conducted in that area in 1998–2001 and 2009. A total of 100 taxa were identified, including 4 species of lichenicolous fungi, with particular emphasis on epigeic lichens – mainly from the genus Cladonia and Cetraria associated with heaths and arenaceous grasslands. The identified lichens include some threatened … EndNote Read more... 

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