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Исмаилов А.Б. [Ismailov A.B.] (2023): Эпифитная лихенобиота бука (Fagus orientalis) Предгорного Дагестана [Epiphytic lichens on Fagus orientalis in foothill Dagestan] - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): L15–L27

[in Russian with English abstract: ] An annotatted list including 116 species of lichenized, lichenicolous and non-lichenized fungi growing on beech in foothill Dagestan is given. Among them 66 species are firstly reported for studied forests of which 31 species have not been previously known from beech in Dagestan. Species Biatora pallens, Bryobilimbia hypnorum, Lithothelium hyalosporum, Myelochroa aurulenta, Scutula circumspecta, Verrucaria breussii and genera Bryobilimbia, Lithothelium, Myelochroa … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Davydov E.A. & Yakovchenko L.S. (2023): Ramalina intestiniformis (Ramalinaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) new to Russia - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): L1–L6

The species Ramalina intestiniformis is reported for the first time for Russia from Primorye Territory. The species identity is supported by morphological examination, secondary metabolites and molecular-phylogenetic analyses of nrITS sequences. The morphological peculiarities of Far Eastern material of the species are given and discussed. The Russian locality is the northernmost. The species is known from South Korea and Japan as mostly saxicolous. In Russia, the species was collected as an … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kotkova V.M., Afonina O.M., Androsova V.I., Belyakov E.A., Bersanova A.N., Biryukova O.V., Butunina E.A., Chesnokov S.V., Davydov D.A., Davydov E.A., Doroshina G.Ya., Dugarova O.D., Filippova N.V., Frolov I.V., Glazunov V.A., Gorbunova I.A., Himelbrant D.E., Ignatova E.A., Iliushin V.A., Kirtsideli I.Yu., Konoreva L.A., Kuznetsova O.I., Makryi T.V., Melekhin A.V., Mongush Ch.B., Nikolaenko S.A., Nikolaev N.S., Notov A.A., Popova N.N., Rodina O.A., Romanov R.E., Rudykina E.A.,Ryzhkova P.Yu., Ryzhova E.M., Sambyla Ch.N., Shestakova A.A., Sonina A.V., Stepanchikova I.S., Stepanova V.A., Storozhenko Yu.V., Tarasova V.N., Tsurykau A.G., Tubanova D.Ya., Tugi E.V.,Vilnet A.A., Vishnyakov V.S., Vlasenko A.V., Vlasenko V.A., Yakovchenko L.S., Zhdanov I.S., Zhuykov K.A., Zibzeev E.G. & Zvyagina E.A. (2023): New cryptogamic records. 12 - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): R1–R58

First records for Russia of naviculoid diatom from the Yaroslavl Region, and micromycetes from the Republic of North Ossetia — Alania, green alga for the Leningrad Region and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Area, fragilarioid diatom for the Kaliningrad Region, red alga for the Nizhny Novgorod Region, cyanoprokaryota for the Leningrad Region and Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, and crustaceous red alga for the Autonomous Republic of Adjara of Georgia, macromycetes for the Leningrad Region, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Thor G., Arup U., Frisch A., Grube M., Vicente R. & Westberg M. (2023): Padjelanta National Park in Sweden, a lichen diversity heaven - Graphis Scripta, 35(7): 81–125

Padjelanta National Park is the largest national park in Sweden (198 400 ha) and one of five large national parks in northern Sweden. It mainly includes bare mountain regions. Lichen excursions to Padjelanta were arranged in 2020 and 2021. An excursion has also been organized by the Swedish Lichen Society to the National Park in 2004. Ten species, Arthonia protoparmeliae, Arthonia subclemens, Athallia saxifragarum, Cercidospora decolorella, Merismatium thamnoliicola, Sarcogyne cyclocarpa, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Kantvilas G. (2022): A sorediate addition to the genus Megaloblastenia - Muelleria, 41: 12–16

The epiphytic species, Megaloblastenia sorediata Kantvilas sp. nov., is described from the wet forests of Tasmania and New South Wales; its preferred host is the understorey tree Pomaderris apetala. The newly described species is distinguished from the widespread M. marginiflexa (Hook.f. & Taylor) Sipman chiefly on the basis of having soredia, although its apothecia, asci and ascospores are also marginally smaller. A key to the three species of Megaloblastenia is presented, and the application of … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Galanina I.A., Chesnokov S.V., Konoreva L.A., Poryadina L.N., Davydov E.A. & Paukov A.G. (2023): The genus Rinodina (Physciaceae, lichenized Ascomycota) in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) with a key to the species - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): L49–L85

The lichen genus Rinodina in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) is revised on the basis of extensive materials collected by the authors in 1974–2022. Twenty-four species of this genus have been recorded for the lichen biota of Yakutia. Eight species are recorded for the first time: Rinodina cinereovirens, R. confragosa, R. conradii, R. intermedia, R. interpolata, R. metaboliza, R. orculata, R. trevisanii. Five previously reported species were not found: Rinodina archaea, R. exigua, R. exiguella, R. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Zhurbenko M.P. (2023): Hidden biodiversity in herbarium collections: experience of searching for lichenicolous fungi in lichen herbaria - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): F13–F18

Lichen herbaria contain a large number of parasitic fungi accidentally collected along with lichens. Various aspects of searching for lichenicolous fungi in lichen herbaria are discussed. The productivity of such searches, including the discovery of species new to science, may be higher than when these fungi are searched in nature. In one day’s work, 20–25 specimens of lichenicolous fungi can be found in the herbarium, and 2–15 specimens can be found in field studies. Keywords: lichen … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Roux C. & Pinault P. (2023): Lichenostigma epiumbilicariae P. Pinault et Cl. Roux sp. nov. champignon lichénicole non lichénisé (Ascomycota) - Bulletin de la Société Linnéenne de Provence, 74: 125–129

[bilingual: in French and Esperanto] Description d’une espèce nouvelle de Lichenostigma parasite d’’Umbilicaria crustulosa et U. cylindrica chez lesquels elle ne produit pas d’altération appréciable : L. epiumbilicariae P. Pinault et Cl. Roux sp. nov. Elle est caractérisée par ses cordons d’hyphes superficiels, formés d’une ou deux (rarement trois) épaisseurs de cellules, à surface rugueuse, nombreux et bien développés, à disposition radiaire, par ses ascomes de fusiformes … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Roux C. & Poumarat S. (2023): Mise à jour (2023/05/18) de la flore des lichens, champignons lichénicoles non lichénisés et champignons corticoles apparentés du massif de la Sainte – Baume (Var, Provence, France). Des Trois – Chênes au N du Saint – Pilon - Bulletin de la Société Linnéenne de Provence, 74: 77–92

[in French with French, Esperanto and English abstracts] Two excursions in a small part of the Sainte – Baume massif allowed us to find 115 taxa among which 23 had not yet been reported in this massif, including fifourve mentioned for the first time in the department of Var, two in the French Mediterranean region, two in France (Sarcogyne lapponica, Feltgeniomyces luxemburgensis), one in Europe (Monodictys phlyctidis) and a probably new species that we present provisionally, Pyrenidium pertusae … EndNote Read more... 

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Arup U., Bertrand M., Navarro-Rosinés P., Nimis P.L., Roux C. & Søchting U. (2023): Taxonomy and nomenclature of a much misunderstood Mediterranean lichen, Caloplaca subochracea auct. (lichenized Ascomycota, Teloschistaceae) - Borziana, 4: 33-49

This paper clarifies the taxonomy and nomenclature of a characteristic calcicolous lichen, formerly called Caloplaca subochracea auct., which is widespread in coastal areas of the Mediterranean region. In spite of being easily recognizable, this lichen was often misunderstood, and has a very complicated nomenclatural history. The analysis of the type material of Callopisma marmoratum Bagl., described from Sardinia in 1879, revealed that it is identical to Caloplaca subochracea auct., and has … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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