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Müller (Argoviensis) J. (1890): Lichenes, quos elaboravit. – In: Die internationale Polarforschung 1882–1883. Die deutschen Expeditionen und ihre Ergebnisse, Band 2(12): 322–327 - Hamburg: G. Neumayer im Auftrage der Deutschen Polar-Kommission. Druck von H. S. Hermann Berlin, (Sep. 7 pp.)

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Himelbrant D.E., Stepanchikova I.S., Neshataeva V.Yu., Kirichenko V.E., Skvortsov K.I. & Timofeeva E.A. (2023): Further knowledge on the lichen biota of Koryakia (Northern Kamchatka, Russia) - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): L29–L37

Based on collections of Koryak geobotanical expeditions of the Komarov Botanical Institute, 23 species of lichens and four lichenicolous fungi are reported as new to Koryakia, nine of them are also new to Kamchatka. Ephebe hispidula, Lambiella impavida, Rhizocarpon simillimum, Rhizoplaca opiniconensis, and Vestergrenopsis isidiata are new to the Russian Far East. Altogether 529 species of lichens and allied fungi are currently known for Koryakia. Keywords: Koryak Nature Reserve, Beringia, North … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Андреев М.П. & Потемкин А.Д. [Andreev M.P. & Potemkin А.D.] (2023): Александр Еленкин — основоположник криптогамной ботаники в России [Alexander Elenkin — the founder of cryptogamic botany in Russia] - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): D1–D16

[in Russian with English abstract: ] Alexander Alexandrovich Elenkin is considered as the founder of the Russian lichenological school and one of the founders of other areas of cryptogamic botany in Russia — algology, mycology, phytopathology, and bryology. Elenkin was born 150 years ago in Warsaw, but almost all his life since 1898 he worked at the Botanical Institute in St. Petersburg. Elenkin has created the Cryptogamic Herbarium, in the walls of which brilliant scientists, specialists in … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Давыдов Д.А. [Davydov D.A.] (2023): Александр Александрович Еленкин — ключевая фигура российской ботаники начала XX века [Alexander Alexandrovich Elenkin as a key person in Russian botany at the beginning of XX century] - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): D17–D46

[in Russian with English abstract: ] This year marks 150th anniversary of the birth of the outstanding Russian cryptogamist, Alexander Alexandrovich Elenkin. He is renowned as the pioneer of the Russian cyanobacterial science school and one of the founding figures in Russian lichenology. A. A. Elenkin has made a titanic work on describing the flora of blue-green algae of the USSR, and created the first domestic identification book of this group. In addition to fundamental scientific research, which … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Потемкин А.Д., Ицык Т.В. & Макеева Е.К. [Potemkin A.D., Itsyk T.V. & Makeeva E.K.] (2023): Наследие и библиография А. А. Еленкина [The heritage and bibliography of A. A. Elenkin] - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): D47–D70

[in Russian with English abstract: ] A. A. Elenkin’s contribution to the development of botany in Russia is multifaceted: as a scientist, organizer, editor, and popularizer of science. The most important aspect of Eleinkin’s heritage is the establishment of the foundations for the development of cryptogamic botany in Russia. The presented bibliography of 472 publications, including 201 critical reviews at the end of the list, is based on a generalization of previously published bibliographies, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Canêz L.S., Koch N.M., Barbosa T.D., Kitaura M.J., Spielmann A.A., Honda N.K., Jungbluth P., Gerlach A., Lücking R. & Aptroot A. (2021): Lichenized Ascomycota from the Pantanal in Mato Grosso do Sul state, Brazil - In: Damasceno-Junior G.A. & Pott A. (eds.), Flora and Vegetation of the Pantanal Wetland, Plant and Vegetation 18, p. 315–363, Springer, Cham

Chapter in book; Brazil; Fellhanera vulgata (Malme) Lücking comb. nov.; Porina cryptostomoides Lücking, Aptroot & Spielmann nom. nov. 119 taxa were previously reported in the literature as occurring in the Pantanal. These previous data combined with the species reported by us sum up to a total of 165 taxa including four infraspecifc taxa; thus, 46 new taxa were added to the list of lichen fungi known from the Pantanal. The previously reported taxa are not explicitly treated below, except … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Müller (Argoviensis) J. (1889): Lichenes Sebastianopolitani lecti a cl. Dr. Glaziou - Nuovo Giornale Botanico Italiano, 21: 353–364

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Müller (Argoviensis) J. (1889): B. Flechten. – In: Hydrographisches Amt des Reichs-Marine-Amts (ed.), Die Forschungsreise S.M.S. „Gazelle“ in den Jahren 1874 bis 1876 unter Kommando des Kapitän zur See Freiherrn von Schleinitz. IV. Theil Botanik, Pilze und Flechten - Berlin: E. S. Mittler und Sohn, pp. 6–16

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He Z., Naganuma T. & Melville H.I.A.S. (2024): Bacteriomic profiles of rock-dwelling lichens from the Venezuelan Guiana Shield and the South African Highveld Plateau - Microorganisms, 12(2): 290 [18 p.]

Lichens are not only fungal–algal symbiotic associations but also matrices for association with bacteria, and the bacterial diversity linked to lichens has been receiving more attention in studies. This study compares the diversity and possible metabolism of lichen-associated bacteria from saxicolous foliose and fruticose taxa Alectoria, Canoparmelia, Crocodia, Menegazzia, Usnea, and Xanthoparmelia from the Venezuelan Guiana Shield and the South African Highveld Plateau. We used DNA extractions … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Woodhouse J., Pérez-Ortega S., Roux C., Bertrand M. & Leavitt S.D. (2024): Diverse communities of endemic and cosmopolitan lineages at local sites in the Lecanora polytropa aggregate (Ascomycota) - Diversity, 16(2): 88 [13 p.]

Recent work has suggested exceptional species-level diversity in the lichen-forming Lecanora polytropa complex (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota). However, biogeographic patterns and the spatial structuring of this diversity remains poorly known. To investigate diversity across multiple spatial scales, we sampled members of this species complex from two distinct regions—the Pacific Coast Ranges in southern Alaska, USA, and montane habitats in Spain. We also included sequence data from several species within … URL EndNote Read more... 

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