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Lücking R., Álvaro-Alba W.R., Moncada B., Marín-Canchala N.L., Tunjano S.S. & Cárdenas-López D. (2023): Lichens from the Colombian Amazon: 666 taxa including 28 new species and 157 new country records document an extraordinary diversity - Bryologist, 126(2): 242–303

In this study, we revised the lichen collection at the Herbario Amazonico Colombiano (coah) in Bogotá, Colombia. The collection has a total of nearly 2,400 specimens, with some duplicates in the Herbario Nacional (col) and in the herbarium of the Botanic Garden in Berlin (b). The revision of 1,861 specimens revealed 574 species in 142 genera and 44 families, among which there are 28 species new to science and seven new combinations. Previously, 324 species had been reported from the Colombian Amazon, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Цуриков А.Г. & Цурикова Н.В. [Tsurykau A.G. & Tsurikova N.V.] (2020): Эпифитные лишайники Беларуси. I. Особенности распределения по древесным породам [Corticolous lichens of Belarus. I. Distribution peculiarities by tree species] - Вестник Оренбургского государственного педагогического университета : электронный научный журнал [Vestnik of Orenburg State Pedagogical University. Electronic Scientific Journal], 2(34): 59–71

[in Russian with English summary: ] Based on the data accumulated over the nearly 240-year history of lichenological studies in Belarus (1781— 2017), the results of comparing the species composition of epiphytic lichens are presented. In Belarus, two thirds of lichen species (406, or 68,0%) grow on the bark of 49 species of trees and shrubs. The main types of phorophytes are pedunculate oak, aspen, Scots pine, alder, birch and spruce. A positive correlation between the total number of epiphytic … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Цуриков А.Г. [Tsurykau A.G.] (2021): Эпифитные лишайники Беларуси. II. Облигатные и факультативные эпифиты [Corticolous lichens of Belarus. II. Obligate and facultative epiphytes] - Известия Иркутского государственного университета. Серия Биология. Экология [The Bulletin of Irkutsk State University. Series Biology], 35: 51–60

[in Russian with English abstract :] The lichen biota of Belarus lists 406 corticolous species. Of these, 213 (35.7%) species are obligate epiphytes. Crustose lichens make up the majority of obligate epiphytes (157 species, or 73.7%). Apparently, this can indicate the decisive role of the morphology and chemistry of the substrate for the closely contacted lichen thallus. Facultative epiphytes are represented by 193 species, which are quite widely represented by foliose and fruticose life forms … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Цуриков А.Г. [Tsurykau A.G.] (2023): Лишайники Беларуси [Lichens of Belarus] - Гомель : Гомельский государственный университет имени Франциска Скорины [Gomel : Francisk Skorina Gomel State University], 379 p.

[in Russian] a book on lichens of Belarus EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Leavitt S.D., DeBolt A., McQuhae E. & Allen J.L. (2023): Genomic resources for the first federally endangered lichen: the Florida Perforate Cladonia (Cladonia perforata) - Journal of Fungi, 9(7): 698 [15 p.]

Thirty years after its designation as a federally endangered species, the Florida Perforate Cladonia (FPC) remains imperiled in isolated populations in the Florida scrub in the southeastern USA. For threatened and endangered species, such as FPC, reference genomes provide critical insight into genomic diversity, local adaptations, landscape-level genetics, and phylogenomics. Using high-throughput sequencing, we assemble the first draft nuclear and mitochondrial genomes for the FPC mycobiont—Cladonia … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Allain A., Alexis M.A., Bridoux M.C., Humbert G., Agnan Y. & Rouelle M. (2023): Fingerprinting the elemental composition and chemodiversity of vegetation leachates: consequences for dissolved organic matter dynamics in Arctic environments - Biogeochemistry, 164: 73–98

Dissolved organic matter is a key compartment for biogeochemical cycles in the Arctic and Subarctic terrestrial environments. With changing vegetation ecosystems, the chemical composition of organic matter is expected to shift and thus, the most labile part of it, namely the extractable fraction. To this date, few studies have focused on the fingerprinting of DOM fraction from different primary sources, and even less on its potential repercussions on the environment. In this study, we jointly characterized … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Gorbunova A.M., L.S. Gorbunov L.S. & Veselkin D.V. (2023): Changing the reserves of green and lichen forage stocks in the southern tundra communities of Yamal from the 1930s to 2017–2019 - Russian Journal of Ecology, 54(2): 77–87

[Original Russian Text published in Ekologiya, 2023, No. 2, pp. 83–93.] We compared the reindeer forage stocks at two landfills in the southern part of the Yamal Peninsula for the period from the early 1930s to 2017–2019. Data from [30] was used to characterize the feedstock in the 1930s. Feedstocks in the 1930s and 2017–2019 in plant communities in the basins of the the Erkatayakha and Baidaratayakha rivers were compared in the following vegetation divisions: lichen and shrub tundras; … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Erschbamer B., Niederfriniger Schlag R., Carnicero P. & Kaufmann R. (2023): Long‑term monitoring confirms limitations of recruitment and facilitation and reveals unexpected changes of the successional pathways in a glacier foreland of the Central Austrian Alps - Plant Ecology , 224: 373–386

On a glacier foreland of the Central Austrian Alps, a permanent plot study was performed to investigate the successional pathway on two moraines. We expected that the pioneer stage deglaciated for 25 years will converge to an early successional stage after another 25 years and the early stage deglaciated for 40 years will show trends toward a late successional stage. Different dynamics of species occurrence such as colonization/persistence and cover increase/decrease, were anticipated. Twenty plots … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Villagra J., Sancho L.G. & Alors D. (2023): Macrolichen communities depend on phorophyte in Conguillío National Park, Chile - Plants, 12(13): 2452 [13 p.]

The community composition of epiphytic macrolichens from two tree species (Araucaria araucana and Nothofagus antarctica) was conducted in temperate forests in the Conguillío National Park, Chile. The composition of lichen biota is influenced by phorophyte species, bark pH, and microclimatic conditions. A total of 31 species of macrolichens were found on A. araucana and N. antarctica. Most of the species showed phorophyte preference, with nine being exclusive to A. araucana and 10 to N. antarctica. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Culberson W. L. & Culberson C. F. (1970): A Phylogenetic View of Chemical Evolution in the Lichens - The Bryologist, 73(1): 1–31

The distribution of 209 chemical substances among the 2,315 species of lichens that have been reported in a literature of approximately 1,000 papers is summarized. The information is used to assess the extent and the nature of chemical evolution in the lichen-forming fungi and to evaluate the present supraspecific (especially generic and familial) classifications of these plants. The order Lecanorales is the seat of most of the chemical variation, especially in the secondary natural products most … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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