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Brackel W. v. & Puntillo D. (2023): Additions to the flora of lichenicolous fungi of Southern Italy - Borziana, 4: 5-31

A re-examination of herbarium material together with some new finds from Southern Italy (the regions Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Puglia and Sicilia) resulted in a list of 39 lichenicolous fungi (and 8 species of lichenicolous lichens). Six of them are new to Italy [Arthonia caerulescens (Almq.) R.Sant., Arthonia protoparmeliae Etayo, Arthonia xanthoparmeliarum Etayo, Tremella diploschistina Millanes & al., Verrucoccum coppinsii V. Atienza & al. and Zwackhiomyces polischukii Darmostuk & Khodos.] … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Nirhamo A., Hämäläinen A., Hämäläinen K. & Kouki J. (2024): The response of epiphytic lichens on living and dead Pinus sylvestris to prescribed fires of varying severity - Forest Ecology and Management, 551: 121558 [9 p.]

Prescribed burning can be used to restore forest ecosystems degraded by anthropogenic pressures. However, some species such as epiphytic lichens may be vulnerable to fire. We studied the effects of fire on epiphytic lichens on living and dead Pinus sylvestris (Scots pine) by surveying lichens up to two meters on the trunks 21 years after experimental and replicated prescribed burnings in pine-dominated boreal forests in Finland. We investigated three types of stands that had faced different levels … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kovasi A., McCune B. & Jovan S. (2023): Evaluating Letharia vulpina transplants for bioindication of nitrogen deposition - Bryologist, 126(3): 447–456

The epiphytic lichen Letharia vulpina has been commonly sampled in-situ for nitrogen (N) deposition biomonitoring studies but has never before been transplanted for this purpose. In the high-elevation wilderness areas of southern California Letharia vulpina is generally uncommon, making in-situ sampling difficult. In this study, we compared thallus N accumulation between in-situ Letharia vulpina reference samples from the relatively low N deposition environment of the northern Sierra Nevada mountains … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Anonymus [Estonian lichenologists, colleagues & friends] (2023): A tribute to Tiina Randlane on her seventieth birthay! - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 60: 1–2

editorial, tribute, anniversaty URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Aptroot A., Santos L.A., Oliveira Júnior I. & Cáceres M.E.S. (2023): The saxicolous and terricolous lichens of northeastern Brazil, with special reference to the Vale do Catimbau in Pernambuco - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 60: 21–30

The saxicolous and terricolous lichen biota of the Vale do Catimbau in Pernambuco state (Brazil) was studied and with 74 species found to be relatively rich. Most species are new to the state and five are new to Brazil, viz. Andreiomyces obtusatica (Tønsberg) B.P. Hodk. & Lendemer, Caloplaca brittonii (Zahlbr.) Aptroot, Candelariella rosulans (Müll. Arg.) Zahlbr., Clavascidium antillarum (Breuss) Breuss, and Stromatella bermudana (Riddle) Henssen. In addition, some new state records were found … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Jüriado I., Kaasalainen I., Liira J. & Rikkinen J. (2023): Peltigera (Ascomycota) living in open and shady environments depend on different Nostoc photobionts - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 60: 75–99

Species of Peltigera (lichen-forming Ascomycota) establish obligate symbioses with several monophyletic groups (phylogroups) of Nostoc cyanobacteria. Some of these fungi are strict specialists and only associate with one Nostoc phylogroup throughout their range, while others are generalists and associate with many different Nostoc phylogroups. We sampled 20 Peltigera taxa, mostly representing the Peltigera section Peltigera, from grassland and forest habitats across Europe. Mycobionts’ identities … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kaasalainen I., Kirika P.M., Mollel N.P., Hemp A. & Rikkinen J. (2023): Two new species of Leptogium (Collemataceae) with transversely septate ascospores from East Africa - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 60: 57–64

Two epiphytic Leptogium species from East Africa, both with transversely septate ascospores, are here described as new. They produce plicate thalli and have a paraplectenchymatous proper exciple and a one cell layer thick cortex on the thalline exciple. Leptogium bellum has so far only been collected from Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, where it occurs from midmontane forests up to the subalpine zone. Leptogium tiinae occurs in relatively open habitats at lower elevations, with the type specimen collected … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Khodosovtsev O. (2023): The first records of the lichen-forming, lichenicolous and allied fungi from Ukraine - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 60: 31–39

Fifteen species of lichen-forming, lichenicolous and allied fungi are reported for the first time from Ukraine. These species are Buellia ocellata, Catillaria fungoides, Cecidonia xenophana, Cladonia subturgida, Celothelium lutescens, Endococcus protoblasteniae, Kuettlingeria areolata, Lahmia kunzei, Lecanora microloba, Lecidea nylanderi, Myriolecis zosterae, Pyrenodesmia helygeoides, Sagedia zonata, Verrucula arnoldaria, Zahlbrucknerella calcarea. The genera Cecidonia, Celothelium, Lahmia, Sagedia, Zahlbrucknerella, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kondratyuk S.Y., Suija A., Kärnefelt I. & Thell A. (2023): Lichenicolous fungi of southern Scandinavia with particular reference to those associated with Xanthoria calcicola s. lat. - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 60: 129–136

Lichenicolous fungi associated with Xanthoria calcicola s. lat. are studied in southernmost Scandinavia, i.e., Skåne, the southernmost province in Sweden and southern Denmark. Two species, Didymocyrtis slaptoensis and Pyrenochaeta xanthoriae, are reported as new for the Nordic countries, whereas three species, Didymocyrtis cf. consimilis, Erythricium aurantiacum, and Illosporiopsis christiansenii are recorded for the first time from Skåne. New localities for rare lichenicolous fungi from southern … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kukwa M. & Ossowska E.A. (2023): Additions to the biota of lichenicolous and lichenized fungi of Poland - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 60: 41–45

Two lichenicolous fungi, Ceratobasidium bulbillifaciens and Sclerococcum phaeophysciae, and one lichen, Xanthoria aureola, are reported for the first time from Poland. For each species, the descriptions with notes on similar species, habitat preferences and general distribution are provided. Keywords: lichens, lichenicolous fungi, distribution, Poland. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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