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Raffl C., Mallaun M., Mayer R. & Erschbamer B. (2006): Vegetation Succession Pattern and Diversity Changes in a Glacier Valley, Central Alps, Austria - Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 38(3): 421-428

The aim of this study was to assess the influence of comparable unequal environmental conditions on primary vegetation succession in an alpine glacier valley by the means of transects. Two longitudinal transects were established along the glacier foreland of the Rotmoosferner, Tyrol, Austria, and two transverse transects were established across the valley on the 1923 and 1858 moraines. The progressions of alpha- and beta-diversity were compared, and vegetation data within the glacier foreland were … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Clerc P. (2023): Lichens (Ascomycètes lichénisés) nouveaux ou intéressants pour la Suisse et/ou le canton de Genève - 3 - Saussurea, 51[2022]: 193–208

This paper is a continuation of the new series started in 2020 to publish the new or interesting lichenological discoveries made in Switzerland or in the Geneva canton. Aspicilia crespiana is new to the Alps and to Switzerland. Candelariella blastidiata, C. faginea and C. oleaginescens are new to Switzerland. New observations for Candelariella plumbea s.l. and C. viae-lacteae in Switzerland are given. A key in French and in English for the species of Candelaria and Candelariella occurring in … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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de Salas M.F., Baker M.L., Cave L. & Kantvilas G. (2022): The botany of the Stony Head Training Area: new records for a biodiverse remnant in northern Tasmania, Australia - Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria, 134: 85–107

A flora survey of the Stony Head Training Area, northern Tasmania, was conducted in 2020–2021 as a collaboration between the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery’s Expeditions of Discovery and the Australian Biological Resources Study Bush Blitz programs. With a long historical use as an artillery range, the 5000-ha area contains a range of geologies, has a low profile with average elevations under 100 m asl, and its vegetation consists largely of heathy woodlands and coastal heathlands. It contains … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Miyazawa K., Ohmura Y. & Okane I. (2023): Gyalectidium setiferum (Gomphillaceae, Ascomycota), a foliicolous lichen, new to East Asia and its molecular phylogenetic position - Taiwania , 68(1): 101‒105

Gyalectidium setiferum Vězda & Sérus., a foliicolous lichen characterized by having some vertically oriented whitish translucent cilia surrounding a swollen greenish diahyphal mass, is reported as new to East Asia. It was collected from two localities on the lowlands of central Honshu in Japan where it grew on leaves of Aucuba japonica and Maesa japonica. The description with illustration based on the Japanese material is given. Gyalectidium setiferum has been included in this genus due to its … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Miyazawa K., Ohmura Y., Yamaoka Y. & Okane I. (2023): Materials for the Distribution of Lichens in Japan (25) Coenogonium isidiatum (Coenogoniaceae, Ascomycota) - Journal of Japanese Botany, 98(1): 37–41

Coenogonium isidiatum (G.Thor & Vězda) Lücking was confirmed to occur in central Honshu, Japan based on the taxonomic examination of herbarium specimens. Although it was reported from Shikotan Island which is under the Northern Territories Issue, there are no other records from Japan. This species was collected from Shizuoka and Nagano Prefectures at elevations between 1220 and 1700 m where it grew on the bark of Fagus crenata or on mosses scattered on the bark, and also on rock with … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Lambelet-Haueter C. & Clerc P. (2023): Les balades botaniques de la SBG Vieille Ville et Bastions Balade no 2 - Saussurea, 51[2022]: 99–148

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Duran‑Nebreda S. & Valverde S. (2023): Composition, structure and robustness of Lichen guilds - Scientifc Reports, 13: 3295 [14 p.]

Symbiosis is a major engine of evolutionary innovation underlying many extant complex organisms. Lichens are a paradigmatic example that ofers a unique perspective on the role of symbiosis in ecological success and evolutionary diversifcation. Lichen studies have produced a wealth of information regarding the importance of symbiosis, but they frequently focus on a few species, limiting our understanding of large-scale phenomena such as guilds. Guilds are groupings of lichens that assist … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Meyer A.R., Valentin M., Liulevicius L., McDonald T.R., Nelsen M.P., Pengra J., Smith R.J. & Stanton D. (2022): Climate warming causes photobiont degradation and carbon starvation in a boreal climate sentinel lichen - American Journal of Botany, 110: e16114 [16 p.]

Premise: The long-term potential for acclimation by lichens to changing climates is poorly known, despite their prominent roles in forested ecosystems. Although often considered “extremophiles,” lichens may not readily acclimate to novel climates well beyond historical norms. In a previous study (Smith et al., 2018), Evernia mesomorpha transplants in a whole-ecosystem climate change experiment showed drastic mass loss after 1 yr of warming and drying; however, the causes of this mass loss were … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Vondrák J., Svoboda S., Zíbarová L., Štenclová L., Mareš J., Pouska V., Košnar J. & Kubásek J. (2023): Alcobiosis, an algal‑fungal association on the threshold of lichenisation - Scientific Reports, 13: 2957 [13 p.]

Alcobiosis, the symbiosis of algae and corticioid fungi, frequently occurs on bark and wood. Algae form a layer in or below fungal basidiomata reminiscent of the photobiont layer in lichens. Identities of algal and fungal partners were confrmed by DNA barcoding. Algal activity was examined using gas exchange and chlorophyll fuorescence techniques. Carbon transfer from algae to fungi was detected as 13C, assimilated by algae, transferred to the fungal polyol. Nine fungal partners scattered … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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dos Santos L.A. , Aptroot A., Souza M.F., Lücking R., Guzmán-Guillermo J. & Cáceres M.E.S. (2023): Four new species of Tephromela M.Choisy (Ascomycota, Tephromelataceae), three containing lichexanthone, from Brazil and Mexico - Cryptogamie, Mycologie, 44(1): 11–25

Four new species of Tephromela M.Choisy are described here. Three are corticolous species from Brazil: T. multireflexa Aptroot & M.F.Souza, sp. nov., collected in the Chapada dos Guimarães, municipality of Cuiabá, a Cerrado region in the state of Mato Grosso; T. obesimarginata L.A.Santos, Aptroot & M.Cáceres, sp. nov., collected in Caraça, in Campo rupestre in Minas Gerais state; and T. vinacea L.A.Santos, Aptroot, Lücking & M.Cáceres, sp. nov., collected in the Parque Nacional Vale do Catimbau, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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