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Selva S.B., McMullin R.T., Bell-Doyon P., Henderson B. & Lay E. (2023): Calicioid lichens and fungi in North America: Species new to science, reported as new from elsewhere and placed into synonymy - Bryologist, 126(4): 427–446

Two resinicolous calicioid fungi, Chaenothecopsis hendersonii and C. minganensis, are described as new to science and three calicioid fungi (Chaenothecopsis formosa, Cryptocalicium blascoi and Microcalicium loraasii) and one calicioid lichen (Calicium episcalaris) are reported as new to North America. In addition, Sphaerophorus tuckermanii is reported as new to eastern North America, Mycocalicium victoriae is reported for the first time in the northwestern United States, and Chaenotheca hygrophila, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Исмаилов А.Б. [Ismailov A.B.] (2022): Новые находки для лихенобиоты Дагестана [New records for lichen biota of Dagestan] - Ботанический журнал [Botanicheskii Zhurnal], 107(9): 926–930

[in Russian with English abstract: ] Five species (Biatoridium monasteriense, Lepraria elobata, L. vouauxii, Muellerella hospitans, Ochrolechia parella) are reported as new to the lichen biota of Dagestan. The genus Biatoridium and species Muellerella hospitans were not previously known in the East Caucasus. Information on the distribution of each species in the Caucasus and Russia with data on localities and some comments is given. Keywords: lichens, lichenicolous fungi, floristic records, East … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Урбанавичене И.Н. & Урбанавичюс Г.П. [Urbanavichene I.N. & Urbanavichus G.P.] (2022): Дополнение к лихенофлоре Керженского заповедника [Addition to the lichen flora of Kerzhenskiy Reserve (Nizhny Novgorod Region)] - Ботанический журнал [Botanicheskii Zhurnal], 107(7): 687–694

[in Russian with English abstract: ] 78 species new to the lichen flora of the Kerzhenskiy Reserve are recorded based on the authors’ field research in 2020–2021. 65 species are new to the Nizhny Novgorod Region. Among them, Lecanora densa is reported for the first time for Russia; 4 species, namely Gyalecta nigricans, Micarea microareolata, Protoparmelia oleagina, and Stigmidium cerinae, are new to the Central European Russia. The information about the localities, ecology and distribution … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Мучник Е.Э., Конорева Л.А., Чесноков С.В. & Черепенина Д.А. [Muchnik E.E., Konoreva L.A., Chesnokov S.V. & Cherepenina D.A.] (2022): Лихенологические находки новых и редких видов в Центральной России [Lichenological fin­dings of new and rare species in Central Russia] - Ботанический журнал [Botanicheskii Zhurnal], 107(11): 1106–1114

[in Russian with English abstract: ] Five lichen species: Buellia uberior, Micarea laeta, M. microareolata, Ramonia himelbrantii, Thelocarpon intermediellum are reported for the first time for the territory of Central Russia (the name implies the Central Federal District). Another six lichen species: Biatora chrysantha, Micarea byssacea, M. elachista, M. pusilla, M. soralifera, M. tomentosa, and two lichenicolous fungi: Heterocephalacria physciacearum and Lichenoconium erodens, are rarely mentioned … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Thüs H. & Schüller H. (1999): Zur Bedeutung von Obstbäumen für gefährdete Flechten im nördlichen Rheinhessen - Fauna Flora Rheinland-Pfalz, 9: 303–327

The importance of fruit-trees for endangered species of lichen in the northern part of Rhineland-Palatinate [in German with English abstract: ] 73 species of corticolous lichen have been found up to now in the northern part of Rhinehesse/Rhineland-Palatine is presented with totally 73 species. The lichen flora of forests differs by twelve species being restricted to the forests. Most of those are more or less common species and known to be relatively tolerant to air-pollution. The largest number … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Tichý L., Chytrý M., Pokorny-Strudl M., Strudl M. & Vicherek J. (1997): Wenig bekannte Trockenrasen-Gesellschaften in den Flußtälern am Südostrand der Böhmischen Masse - Tuexenia, 17: 223–237

Less known dry grassland communities in the river valleys of the south-eastern fringes of the Bohemian Massif [in German with English abstract: ] Three little known Festuco-Brometea communities are described from the valleys of the rivers Krems, Kamp, Thaya/Dyje, Rokytná, Jihlava, Oslava and Svitava (south-eastern edge of the Bohemian Massif, Austria and Czech Republic). These communities are confined partly to natural forest gaps on the south-facing upper portions of cliffs, but also partly … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Boublík K. (2002): Přirozená lesní vegetace a mapa potenciální přirozené vegetace Jindřišského údolí u Jindřichova Hradce - Sborník Jihočeského muzea v Českých Budějovicích, Přírodní vědy [Acta Musei Bohemiae meridionalis in České Budějovice - Scientiae naturales], 42: 49–76

The natural forest vegetation and map of potential natural vegetation of the Jindřišské údolí valley near the town of Jindřichův Hradec (south-eastem Bohemia). [In Czech] Phytosociology; saxicolous and terricolous lichens from phytocoenological relevés identified by Z. Palice and Š. Bayerová. EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Boublík K. (2004): Vegetace primárního nexerotermního bezlesí v Jindřišském údolí u Jindřichova Hradce - Zprávy České botanické společnosti, 39: 421‒430

Vegetation of primary non-forest areas in the non-xerotherm habitats in the Jindřišské údolí valley near the town of Jindřichův Hradec (SE Bohemia) [In Czech with English abstract: ] The paper deals with primary non-forest communities of the Jindřišské údolí valley near the town of Jindřichův Hradec in SE Bohemia (Czech Republic). Eleven communities of rock fissures and terraces screes forest gaps, fringes, and springs belonging to 7 classes (Asplenietea trichomanis, Nardo-Callunetea, … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Патова Е.Н., Шадрин Д.М., Шалыгин С.С. & Новаковская И.В. [Patova E.N., Shadrin D.M., Shalygin S.S. & Novakovskaya I.V.] (2023): Stigonema lichenoides sp. nov. (Nostocales, Сyanobacteria): новый вид, выделенный из лишайника Ephebe lanata [Stigonema lichenoides sp. nov. (Nostocales, Сyanobacteria): a new species isolated from the lichen Ephebe lanata] - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): A15–A31

[in Russian with English abstract: ] A new cyanobacterium species Stigonema lichenoides Patova, Novakovskaya, Shalygin et Shadrin, sp. nov., a photobiont of the cyanolichen Ephebe lanata, has been described. The samples were collected from rocky substrates in the mountain tundra of the Northern Urals. A detailed morphological description is given and differences between this species and related taxa of the genus Stigonema are discussed. A molecular phylogenetic analysis of the studied samples was … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Konoreva L.A. & Chesnokov S.V. (2023): Addition to the lichen biota of Prins Karls Forland (Svalbard Archipelago) - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): L7–L14

Sixty-one species of lichens and four lichenicolous fungi (Catillaria stereocaulorum, Cercidospora stereocaulorum, Endococcus macrosporus, E. propinquus) are reported for the first time for the Prins Karls Forland as a result of the study of lichens collected in 2016. Among them, Xylographa trunciseda is reported for the first time for Arctic, Rhizocarpon cinereonigrum is new to Svalbard. Differences from closely related species and distribution in the Arctic are discussed for the species, which … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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