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Sarlej M.I., Rodriguez M.P. & Michlig A. (2023): Los géneros Dirinaria (Caliciaceae), Hyperphyscia, Phaeophyscia y Physcia (Physciaceae) en la Reserva de Biosfera Yaboty (Misiones, Argentina) - Boletín de la Sociedad Argentina de Botánica, 58(4): 1–15

Background and aims: A study of species of the genera Dirinaria, Hyperphyscia, Phaeophyscia, and Physcia in the Yaboty Biosphere Reserve (Misiones, Argentina) is presented, aiming to contribute to lichens knowledge in the region. M&M: Specimens from CTES herbarium collected in Caá-Yarí, Esmeralda, and Moconá Provincial Parks, from the Yaboty Biosphere Reserve, were studied. Species identification included morphological and chemical analyses with spot tests with potassium hydroxide 10%, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Xavier-Leite A.B., Goto B.T., Lücking R. & Cáceres M.E.S. (2023): New genera in the lichenized family Gomphillaceae (Ascomycota: Graphidales) focusing on neotropical taxa - Mycological Progress, 22: 88 [29 p.]

Previous molecular phylogenetic analysis in comparison with phenotype characters of Gomphillaceae resolved a total of 38 genus-level clades among the studied species, 17 of which in need to be recognized and formally established as new or reinstated genera. The four reinstated genus names, including one validation, are Microxyphiomyces Bat., Valle & Peres, Psathyromyces Bat. & Peres, Spinomyces Bat. & Peres ex Xavier-Leite, M. Cáceres & Lücking, gen. nov., and Sporocybomyces H. Maia. The remaining … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Howland J.W. & Lendemer J.C. (2023): Molecular and phenotypic study put eastern North American Cetrelia in a global context of biogeography and phylogeny - Bryologist, 126(4): 461–472

Species of Cetrelia delimited based on chemical and morphological characters have been largely supported by subsequent phylogenetic analysis of molecular data. While a robust, taxonomically well sampled global phylogeny for Cetrelia exists, geographic sampling to date has focused on Europe and East Asia. Here we use extensive field, herbarium and laboratory study to examine the distributions and identities of the taxa occuring in eastern North America. The presence of three species in the region … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Lendemer J.C. (2023): Recent literature on lichens—271 - Bryologist, 126(4): 505–511

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Ahmad N., Ritz M., Calchera A., Otte J., Schmitt I., Brueck T. & Mehlmer N. (2023): Biosynthetic gene cluster synteny: Orthologous polyketide synthases in Hypogymnia physodes, Hypogymnia tubulosa, and Parmelia sulcata - MicrobiologyOpen, 12(5): e1386

Lichens are symbiotic associations consisting of a photobiont (algae or cyanobacteria) and a mycobiont (fungus), which together generate a variety of unique secondary metabolites. To access this biosynthetic potential for biotechnological applications, deeper insights into the biosynthetic pathways and corresponding gene clusters are necessary. Here, we provide a comparative view of the biosynthetic gene clusters of three lichen mycobionts derived from Hypogymnia physodes, Hypogymnia tubulosa, and … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Andreev M. (2023): Lichens of Larsemann Hills and adjacent oases in the area of Prydz Bay (Princess Elizabeth Land and MacRobertson Land, Antarctica) - Polar Science, 2023: 101009

The lichen flora of coastal (Larsemann Hills, Landing Bluff, Rouer Islands) and internal (Clemence Massif, Radok Lake, Luff Nunatak, Stinear, Rymill and Bloomfield Mountains and others) oases (Princess Elizabeth Land and Mac Robertson Land, Antarctica) was investigated. 72 lichen species (incl. 48 species known for the Larsemann Hills) belonging to 34 genera and 14 families were recorded. Investigated species are listed and data on localities, habitats and frequency of occurrence are provided. The … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Anwar G., Mamut R. & Wang J. (2023): Characterization of Complete Mitochondrial Genomes of the Five Peltigera and Comparative Analysis with Relative Species - Journal of Fungi, 9(10): 1-15

In the present study, the complete mitochondrial genomes of five Peltigera species (Peltigera elisabethae, Peltigera neocanina, Peltigera canina, Peltigera ponojensis, Peltigera neckeri) were sequenced, assembled and compared with relative species. The five mitogenomes were all composed of circular DNA molecules, and their ranged from 58,132 bp to 69,325 bp. The mitochondrial genomes of the five Peltigera species contain 15 protein-coding genes (PCGs), 2 rRNAs, 26–27 tRNAs and an unidentified … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Coste C., Lamaze T., Grenouillet G. & Chauvet E. (2023): Vertical and altitudinal distribution patterns of hydrophilic saxicolous lichens across French streams - Acta Oecologica, 120: 103936

We collected 252 samples in 53 French streams at 3 different heights (low-flow channel, upper limit of streambed, and intermediate zone) across a 190–2200 m altitudinal range, from which we identified and determined the abundance of freshwater lichens to test hypotheses of assemblage zonation. A total of 149 lichenic taxa, including 42 hydrophilic species together with 6 environmental parameters (relative height to stream water, altitude, general and specific orientation, slope, and substratum) … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Gustafsson L., Franzén M., Sunde J. & Johansson V. (2023): The non-native Quercus rubra does not substitute the native Quercus robur and Q. petraea as substrate for epiphytic lichens and bryophytes - Forest Ecology and Management, 549: 121482 [8 p.]

Climate change will cause alterations in tree species ranges. Non-native tree species are likely to be increasingly used in production forests, due to their often better adaptation to a warmer climate and their lower susceptibility to pests and pathogens. Trees form an important habitat for numerous species, many of which are more or less specialised regarding tree species. Thus, the tree-associated flora and fauna may be heavily impacted if non-native trees replace native ones. Risk assessments … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Pino-Bodas R., Blázquez M., de los Ríos A. & Pérez-Ortega S. (2023): Myrmecia, not Asterochloris, is the main photobiont of Cladonia subturgida (Cladoniaceae, Lecanoromycetes) - Journal of Fungi, 9(12): 1160 [21 p.]

This study explores the diversity of photobionts associated with the Mediterranean lichen-forming fungus Cladonia subturgida. For this purpose, we sequenced the whole ITS rDNA region by Sanger using a metabarcoding method for ITS2. A total of 41 specimens from Greece, Italy, France, Portugal, and Spain were studied. Additionally, two specimens from Spain were used to generate four cultures. Our molecular studies showed that the genus Myrmecia is the main photobiont of C. subturgida throughout its … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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