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Tanona M. & Czarnota P. (2023): The response of lichens inhabiting exposed wood of spruce logs to post-hurricane disturbances in Western Carpathian forests - Fungal Ecology, 63: 101228 [11 p.]

We investigated which of the following environmental factors: the number of years since the windthrow of the tree (the age of dead wood), the phytocenosis (the type of forest community), altitude, exposure, wood hardness and the spatial scale of forest disturbances (small gaps with a few fallen spruces vs large-area windthrows) contributed to the diversity and abundance of lichens inhabiting the exposed wood of windthrown spruce trees in Polish Western Carpathian forests. Both Shannon H index and … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Shivarov V.V., Denchev C.M. & Denchev T.T. (2023): Red List of lichenized fungi in Bulgaria - Mycobiota, 13: 1–30

The first Red List assessment of lichenized fungi reported from Bulgaria is presented. The IUCN Red List criteria were applied to 138 species to assess their current extinction risk and to highlight the main threats for them. Our results revealed that six species are Regionally Extinct (RE), 23 species are Critically Endangered (CR), 20 species are Endangered (EN), 13 species are Vulnerable (VU), 11 species are Near Threatened (NT), 58 species are Least Concern (LC), and seven species are Data Deficient … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Skobel N., Borovyk D., Vynokurov D., Moysiyenko I., Babytskiy A., Bednarska I., Bezsmertna O., Chusova O., Dayneko P., Dengler J., Guarino R., Kalashnik K., Khodosovtsev A., Kolomiychuk V., Kucher O., Kuzemko A., Shapoval V., Umanets O., Zagorodniuk N., Zakharova M. & Dembicz I. (2023): Biodiversity surveys of grassland and coastal habitats in 2021 as a documentation of pre-war status in southern Ukraine - Biodiversity Data Journal, 11: e99605 [19 p.]

Background: This paper presents two sampling-event datasets with occurrences of vascular plants, bryophytes and lichens collected in May-June 2021 in southern Ukraine. We aimed to collect high-quality biodiversity data in an understudied region and contribute it to international databases and networks. The study was carried out during the 15th Eurasian Dry Grassland Group (EDGG) Field Workshop in southern Ukraine and the Dark Diversity Network (DarkDivNet) sampling in the Kamianska Sich National … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Pykälä J., Kantelinen A. & Myllys L. (2023): Taxonomy of Thelidium auruntii and T. incavatum complexes (lichenized Ascomycota, Verrucariales) in Finland - MycoKeys, 96: 1–23

The taxonomy of lichen species morphologically similar to Thelidium auruntii and T. incavatum in Finland is being revised. Based on ITS and morphology, ten species occur in Finland. All species are restricted to calcareous rocks. The Thelidium auruntii morphocomplex includes six species: T. auruntii, T. huuskonenii sp. nov., T. pseudoauruntii sp. nov., T. sallaense sp. nov, T. toskalharjiense sp. nov. and T. sp. 1. In the ITS phylogeny, T. auruntii, T. pseudoauruntii and T. sallaense group … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Lõhmus A., Motiejūnaitė J. & Lõhmus P. (2023): Regionally varying habitat relationships in lichens: the concept and evidence with an emphasis on north-temperate ecosystems - Journal of Fungi, 9(3): 341 [30 p.]

Habitat ecology of lichens (lichen-forming fungi) involves diverse adaptations to stressful environments where lichens use specific habitat conditions. Field observations confirm that such habitat ‘preferences’ can vary significantly across species’ distribution ranges, sometimes revealing abrupt changes over short distances. We critically review and generalize such empirical evidence as broad ecological patterns, link these with the likely physiological mechanisms and evolutionary processes … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Miral A., Jargeat P., Mambu L., Rouaud I., Tranchimand S. & Tomasi S. (2022): Microbial community associated with the crustose lichen Rhizocarpon geographicum L. (DC.) living on oceanic seashore: A large source of diversity revealed by using multiple isolation methods - Environmental Microbiology Reports, 14: 856–872

Recently, the study of the interactions within a microcosm between hosts and their associated microbial communities drew an unprecedented interest arising from the holobiont concept. Lichens, a symbiotic association between a fungus and an alga, are redefined as complex ecosystems considering the tremendous array of associated microorganisms that satisfy this concept. The present study focuses on the diversity of the microbiota associated with the seashore located lichen Rhizocarpon geographicum, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Gheza G., Nascimbene J., Barcella M., Bracco F. & Assini S. (2022): Epiphytic lichens of woodland habitats in the lower Ticino river valley and in the “Bosco Siro Negri” Integral Nature State Reserve (NW Italy) - Natural History Sciences. Atti Soc. it. Sci. nat. Museo civ. Stor. nat. Milano, 9(2): 7–18

Epiphytic lichens were surveyed in the “Bosco Siro Negri” Integral Nature State Reserve (province of Pavia, Lombardy, NW Italy), which hosts a well-preserved fragment of oak-elm flood-plain forest (Natura 2000 Habitat 91F0). The core woodland fragment hosted only four species on the tree boles, i.e. Lepraria finkii plus the forest specialists Coenogonium pineti, Diarthonis spadicea, and Opegrapha vermicellifera. An additional eight nitro- and photophytic species … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Gheza G. (2018): Addenda to the lichen flora of the Ticino river valley (western Po Plain, Italy) - Natural History Sciences. Atti Soc. it. Sci. nat. Museo civ. Stor. nat. Milano, 5(2): 33–40

The Ticino river valley is a focal area for biodiversity in the western Po Plain (Northern Italy). Lichens have been collected by the author from 91 sites in the period 2011-2017. These collections and the few literature data published in the last decade have been summarized. Twenty-eight species (15 terricolous, 5 epiphytic, 3 lignicolous, 3 saxicolous, 1 epiphytic and lignicolous, 1 terricolous and epiphytic), mostly belonging to genus Cladonia, are reported here as addenda to the floristic list … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Rose F. (1995): Surveys of Hampshire churchyards - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 76: 40-41

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Orange A. (1995): The British species of Lepraria and Leproloma: chemistry and identification - British Lichen Society Bulletin, 76: 1-9

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