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Yin A.C., Zhong Q.Y., Scheidegger C., Jin J.Z., Worthy F.R., Wang L.S. & Wang X.Y. (2023): The phylogeny and taxonomy of Glypholecia (Acarosporaceae lichenized Ascomycota), including a new species from northwestern China - Mycokeys, (98): 153-165

Glypholecia qinghaiensis An C. Yin, Q. Y. Zhong & Li S. Wang is described as new to science. It is characterized by its squamulose thallus, compound apothecia, ellipsoid asco -spores, and the presence of rhizines on the lower surface of the thallus. A phylogenetic tree of Glypholecia species was constructed based on nrITS and mtSSU sequences. Two species G. qinghaiensis and G. scabra are confirmed in China. cosmopolitan, lichenized fungi, morphological diversity, phylogenetic anal-yses, Tibetan Plateau, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Davydov E.A., Ryzhkova P.Yu., Frolov I.V., Galanina I.A. & Yakovchenko L.S. (2023): New records of lichens from the Russian Far East. IV. The lichens of limestone outcrops of the southern part of the Russian Far East - Acta Biologica Sibirica, 9: 451–477

The new records of the lichens of limestone outcrops in the southern part of the Russian Far East (Primorye Territory and Sakhalin Region) are presented. Among them, Catillaria detractula, Gyalecta jenensis, Myriolecis semipallida, Physconia jacutica, Sarcogyne regularis, Thyrea confusa, Verrucaria caerulela, V. viridula and Xanthoria calcicola are newly reported for the Russian Far East; Acarospora glaucocarpa, A. macrospora, Lecanora valesiaca, Protoblastenia calva and Thelidium decipiens are … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Magain N., Miadlikowska J., Goffinet B., Goward T., Pardo-De la Hoz C.J., Jüriado I., Simon A., Mercado-Díaz J.A., Barlow T., Moncada B., Lücking R., Spielmann A., Canez L., Wang L.S., Nelson P., Wheeler T., Lutzoni F. & Sérusiaux E. (2023): High species richness in the lichen genus Peltigera (Ascomycota, Lecanoromycetes): 34 species in the dolichorhizoid and scabrosoid clades of section Polydactylon, including 24 new to science - Persoonia, 51: 1–88

Applying molecular methods to fungi establishing lichenized associations with green algae or cyanobacteria has repeatedly revealed the existence of numerous phylogenetic taxa overlooked by classical taxonomic approaches. Here, we report taxonomical conclusions based on multiple species delimitation and validation analyses performed on an eight-locus dataset that includes world-wide representatives of the dolichorhizoid and scabrosoid clades in section Polydactylon of the genus Peltigera. Following … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Carrasco Baquero J.C., Caballero Serrano V.L., Romero Cañizares F., Carrasco López D.C., León Gualán D.A., Vieira Lanero R. & Cobo-Gradín F. (2023): Water quality determination using soil and vegetation communities in the wetlands of the Andes of Ecuador - Land, 12(8): 1586 [18 p.]

The bofedales are high Andean ecosystems of great socioeconomic and ecological importance. The Chimborazo Fauna Production Reserve has 15 bofedales in its jurisdiction, located in the provinces of Chimborazo, Bolívar, and Tungurahua. The objective of this study was to establish the relationship between plant species composition and the physicochemical characteristics of water and soil. To determine the floristic composition, destructive sampling of species was applied, and three sampling points … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Cernat Popa M.M. & Rusănescu C.O. (2023): The efficiency of lichens in air biomonitoring in Teleorman county - Atmosphere, 14: 1287 [10 p.]

In this work, we collected samples of lichens from the oaks of Pădurea Troianul, in the area of Teleorman county, to analyze the air quality, using the lichen biodiversity index and its determining factor. We transplanted them to the points to be monitored and analyzed them to detect and quantify the concentration of heavy metals or other toxic substances accumulated in the lichen biomass. This research was conducted at transplant sites, where five sample sites were chosen. We investigated the concentrations … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Villella J., Calabria L.M., McCune B., Miller J.E.D., Sharrett S.T. & Restrepo A. (2023): An annotated list of lichens and allied fungi in Oregon’s Opal Creek Wilderness and adjacent areas: pre-fire baseline - Evansia, 40(1): 15–36

In 2020 the Beachie Creek Fire burned a large, forested area in the northern Oregon Cascade Range that included public and private land and much of the Opal Creek Wilderness. We compiled a pre-fire baseline data set from various sources of the lichens and allied fungi known to occur before the fire within the fire perimeter. These data are presented as an annotated species list documenting two hundred and eighty-three species. Euopsis pulvinata, Lepraria elobata, Miriquidica instrata, Plectocarpon … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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McCune B. (2023): A rare lichen, Umbilicaria hirsuta, pioneers an old trailer in Montana - Evansia, 40(1): 11–14

Umbilicaria hirsuta colonized an old travel trailer parked in a pasture in western Montana, U.S.A. Although the species has been reported several times from Montana, beginning with Llano (1950), all of the previous reports were based on the same initial record from Glacier County on the east side of the Continental Divide in Glacier National Park (McCune et al. 2014). EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Morris C. & Stone D. (2023): Chaenotheca subroscida and C. phaeocephala in the Pacific Northwest of North America - Evansia, 40(1): 3–10

Morphological identification of Chaenotheca phaeocephala and Chaenotheca subroscida in the Pacific Northwest is difficult. Both have stalked mazaediate ascomata with yellow pruina and ascospores that are relatively large for the genus. In Scandinavia, their thalli are distinguishable and they occur in different habitats. We used thin-layer chromatography to examine the secondary metabolites in thalli of 36 specimens from Oregon and Washington identified as C. phaeocephala or C. subroscida. Nine … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Poncet R., Paradis A.-H. & Dupré R. (2023): Additions to the lichenized and non-lichenized fungi from the Aude department (Occitanie Region, France) - The Lichen Survey Journal, 1(1): 1–15

The department of Aude (Occitanie region, France) is one of the most biodiverse in mainland France, yet its land remains largely unexplored, leaving numerous lichen-forming fungi species undocumented. Herein, we document the discovery of 40 previously unrecorded species within the Aude department: Coniocarpon cinnabarinum, Alyxoria variiformis, Pseudoschismatomma rufescens, Acarospora glaucocarpa, Cladonia cervicornis, C. humilis, C. portentosa, C. squamosa var. subsquamosa, C. subulata, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Aszalósné Balogh R., Farkas E., Tüdősné Budai J., Lőkös L. & Matus G. (2023): Cryptogamic biomass in Pannonic acidic sand steppes subject to changing land-use - Plants, 12(16): 2972 [25 p.]

Cryptogams, often neglected in vegetation dynamics studies, compose a large part of biomass and contribute to the biodiversity of sandy grasslands. Since the work of Verseghy (1970s), their productivity has not been analyzed in Hungary. We studied the lichen and bryophyte dynamics (hereinafter called cryptogams) at two Eastern Hungarian dry sandy grassland sites. The sites of Corynephorus canescens and of Festuca vaginata dominance, respectively, belonging to the community Festuco vaginatae–Corynephoretum … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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