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Bell-Doyon P. (2023): Checklist of lichens and associated fungi from Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve, Québec, Canada - Northeastern Naturalist, 30(3): 304‒328

This first annotated checklist of the lichens and associated fungi from Mingan Archipelago National Park Reserve (Québec, Canada) was compiled with the aim of enhancing the ecological knowledge from this regional biodiversity hotspot. I collected specimens in 2021 and 2022 and reviewed previous records based on vouchers deposited at the Louis‑Marie Herbarium. A total of 257 species belonging to 96 genera are reported for the protected area, 3 of which represent the first published occurrence … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Nayaka S. & Debnath A. (2023): Cyphellostereum indicum (Hygrophoraceae), a new species of basidiolichen from India - Phytotaxa, 603(3): 271–279

Cyphellostereum indicum, an interesting basidiolichen is described as a new species. The species was collected from Arunachal Pradesh, an Indian state located within the Eastern Himalayas. The species is characterized by a terricolous habitat, the cyanobacteria Rhizonema as the photobiont that is loosely wrapped by fungus hyphae, white to cream-coloured, flabellate, solitary hymenophores, and thin-walled, smooth, simple, irregular to pip-shaped basidiospores 3.18–4.9 × 2.06– 2.9 μm. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Wang H.X., Xuan M., Diao J.J., Xu N., Li M.L., Huang C. & Wang C.H. (2023): Metabolism and toxicity of usnic acid and barbatic acid based on microsomes, S9 fraction, and 3T3 fibroblasts in vitro combined with a UPLC-Q-TOF-MS method - Frontiers in Pharmacology, 14: 1207928

Introduction: Usnic acid (UA) and barbatic acid (BA), two typical dibenzofurans and depsides in lichen, have a wide range of pharmacological activities and hepatotoxicity concerns. This study aimed to clarify the metabolic pathway of UA and BA and illuminate the relationship between metabolism and toxicity. Methods: An UPLC-Q-TOF-MS method was developed for metabolite identification of UA and BA in human liver microsomes (HLMs), rat liver microsomes (RLMs), and S9 fraction (RS9). The key metabolic … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Simijaca D., Ocampo G., Escoto-Moreno J. & Pérez-Pérez R.E. (2023): Lichen community assemblages and functional traits as indicators of vegetation types in Central Mexico, based on herbarium specimens - Cryptogamie, Mycologie, 44(6): 83–102

Despite the growing interest in the lichen communities of Mexico, little is known about the assemblages from the central part of the country. For that reason, we defined the following research objectives: 1) to compare species richness, composition, and dissimilarity of lichen communities among three vegetation types; 2) to explore the incidence of environmental variables on lichen community species composition; and 3) to identify species and functional traits indicative of each vegetation … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Audibert C. & Neyton L. (2019): Note sur quelques collections cryptogamiques au musée des Confluences (Lyon) - Colligo, 2(2): 3-8

This note deals with four cryptogamic collections held at the Confluences Museum in Lyon. As part of their inventory, research was undertaken on the collectors and acquisition by the museum. Present among these collections is a fascicle of a century of algae collected in Brittany by Lelièvre de la Morinière & Prouhet in 1841. Also two specimens of dried lichens of lichens made during the expeditions of Ernest Chantre (1890-1894) in the Caucasus and Gaston Buchet (1892-1895) in the Canary Islands … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Bjorå C.S., Bendiksby M., Løfall B.P., Johannesen L.E. & Timdal E. (2023): Collections of Arctic Plants, Lichens, and Fungi in the Natural History Museum, University of Oslo, Norway - Collections, 2023: 1-17

The Arctic has been, and is, an area of focus for the botanical and fungal (lichenized fungi included) collections at the Natural History Museum of Oslo. These collections house more than 233,000 unique Arctic specimens, the oldest dating back more than two centuries. The vascular plants account for 63 percent, lichens 30 percent, and fungi 7 percent. The Arctic collections have a circumpolar representation with emphasis on mainland Norway (48 percent) and Svalbard (13 percent), followed by Arctic … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Brinker S.R. (2023): Further contributions to the Ontario flora of lichens and allied fungi, with emphasis on the Great Lakes Basin - Opuscula Philolichenum, 22: 41–80

Noteworthy records of forty-three lichens and allied fungi are presented based on recent collections from Ontario, Canada. Three species, Agonimia borysthenica, Arthonia subconveniens (on Ricasolia quercizans) and Lecanographa abscondita are reported for the first time from North America. Eleven species, Erythricium aurantiacum (on Physcia millegrana), Hypotrachyna showmanii, Leptogium arsenei, Opegrapha rupestris (on Bagliettoa), Pronectria tibellii (on Cladonia pocillum), Punctelia missouriensis, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Cannon P., Aptroot A., Coppins B., Ertz D., Sanderson N., Simkin J., Benfield B. & Wolseley P. (2023): Arthoniales: Roccellaceae [revision 1] including the genera Cresponea, Dendrographa, Dirina, Enterographa, Gyrographa, Lecanactis, Ocellomma, Pseudoschismatomma, Psoronactis, Roccella, Schismatomma and Syncesia - Revisions of British and Irish Lichens, 32: 1-22

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Cerrejón C., Valeria O. & Fenton N. (2023): nahradit - nahradit, nahradit

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Vieira C. & Costa R. (2019): Wild African Cryptogams: more than one thousand specimens understudied at the Natural History and Science Museum at Porto University (PO) Herbarium - Museu di Scientia Natural Porto, 2023: 1-1

The herbarium of the Natural History and Science Museum at Porto University (PO) is a reference collection of Portuguese flora, comprising collections since the 19th century including former Portuguese colonies. All specimens deposited in this herbarium are readily accessible with meta-data (location and date of collection and name of collector). But some of the cryptogamic collections generated as secondary or opportunistic specimens in field surveys end up as unnamed or unpublished. This worsens … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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