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Toetenel H. (2021): Korstmosdubbelgangers op vlier [Lichen doubles on elderberry] - Buxbaumiella, 121: 25–30

[in Dutch with English abstract: ] On elderberry bushes in the dune area between The Hague and Hoek van Holland, many similar-looking lichens can be found. In the article the macroscopic and microscopic characteristics of three kinds of doubles are compared. EndNote PDF Read more... 

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van der Kolk H.-J., van Dort K., van Herk K., Aptroot A., Van den Broeck D. & Sparrius L. (2021): Update Nederlandse namen korstmossen [Update Dutch lichen names] - Buxbaumiella, 121: 31–33

[in Dutch with English abstract: ] A Dutch name is provided for lichen species that were found new in the Netherlands during the last two decades. For a few other species the Dutch name was changed. An overview of the new names and name changes is presented in a table. EndNote PDF Read more... 

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van Dort K. & Verboom L. (2021): Geelberijpt boomspijkertje (Calicium adspersum), grof schorssteeltje (Chaenotheca phaeocephala) en andere bijzondere epifyten bij Paterswolde (Drenthe) [Calicium adspersum, Chaenotheca phaeocephala and many more rare and interesting epiphytic lichens on veteran trees near the village of Paterswolde, Province of (Drenthe (The Netherlands)] - Buxbaumiella, 122: 17–21

[in Dutch with English abstract: ] A day trip to Paterswolde, a village in the very north of the province of Drenthe, once again demonstrated the exceptional importance of veteran trees for epiphytic diversity. In total about 80 species were recorded from veteran trees. Especially oak (Quercus robur) is exceptionally rich in coniocarpous ‘rain shadow specialists’ (Caliciaceae), among which six members of the genus Chaenotheca and the four currently known Dutch Calicium species: C. adspersum, … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Hellemans K. (2021): Reactie op ‘Update Nederlandse namen korstmossen’ [Comment on ‘Update of Dutch names of lichens’] - Buxbaumiella, 122: 22–24

[in Dutch with English abstract: ] Recently an update of the official list of Dutch names for lichens was published (Kolk et al. 2021). In my opinion, the authors missed a good opportunity to improve the list more thoroughly by renaming, at long last, all lichens with misleading names. In Dutch, two words for ‘lichen’ are in use: ‘licheen’ and ‘korstmos’. Translated literally into English, the latter word would become ‘crust moss’. ‘Korstmos’ is confusing for beginners, … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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van Dort K. & Horsthuis M. (2021): Ongenerfd hunebedmos (Andreaea rupestris) in Gelderland [Andreaea rupestris is reported for the first time from the Province of Gelderland (The Netherlands)] - Buxbaumiella, 122: 25–29

[in Dutch with English abstract: ] A fertile population of Andreaea rupestris was discovered on a shaded boulder within the Veluwezoom National Park in the Dutch province of Gelderland. Like most other ‘iconic hunebed species’ Andreaea rupestris showed a strong decline over the years in The Netherlands. Only about six moribund populations remain on slabs of ‘hunebedden’ (a type of dolmen), in the province of Drenthe. To facilitate the spread of Andreaea rupestris, two potentially … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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van Middelkoop R. & van der Kolk H.-J. (2021): Thelidium papulare (reuzenschotstippelkorst) nieuw in Nederland [Thelidium papulare new to the Netherlands] - Buxbaumiella, 122: 30–31

[in Dutch with English abstract: ] Thelidium papulare is reported for the first time in the Netherlands. It was found on an old brick wall of a former sea dike near Amsterdam. EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Cannon P., Coppins B., Aptroot A., Sanderson A. & Simkin J. (2023): Perithecial genera I, including Acrocordia, Alloarthopyrenia, Anisomeridium, Antennulariella, Arthopyrenia, Celothelium, Cyrtidula, Dichoporis, Eopyrenula, Julella, Leptorhaphis, Leptosillia, Lithothelium, Mycomicrothelia, Mycoporum, Naetrocymbe, Pyrenula, Rhaphidicyrtis, Sarcopyrenia, Swinscowia and Tomasellia - Revisions of British and Irish Lichens, 37: 1–59

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Cannon P., Coppins B., Aptroot A., Sanderson N. & Simkin J. (2024): Ostropales genera I, including Absconditella, Belonia, Clathroporinopsis, Corticifraga, Cryptodiscus, Cryptolechia, Francisrosea, Gomphillus, Gyalecta, Gyalidea, Gyalideopsis, Jamesiella, Karstenia, Nanostictis, Neopetractis, Pachyphiale, Petractis, Phialopsis, Phlyctis, Ramonia, Sagiolechia, Secoliga, Sphaeropezia, Spirographa, Stictis, Thelopsis, Thrombium and Xerotrema - Revisions of British and Irish Lichens, 38: 1–60

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Cannon P., Fryday A., Coppins B., Aptroot A., Sanderson A. & Simkin J. (2024): Umbilicariales, including Elixia (Elixiaceae), Fuscidea (Fuscideaceae), Hypocenomyce and Ophioparma (Ophioparmaceae), Ropalospora (Ropalosporaceae) and Lasallia, Umbilicaria and Xylopsora (Umbilicariaceae) - Revisions of British and Irish Lichens, 39: 1–24

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Fałtynowicz W., Czarnota P., Krzewicka B., Wilk K., Jabłońska A., Oset M., Ossowska E.A., Śliwa L. & Kukwa M. (2024): Lichens of Poland. A fifth annotated checklist - W. Szafer Institute of Botany, Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, 751 p

The current lichen checklist of Poland contains 1687 species and more than a dozen subspecies. At the same time, as a result of detailed analyses, as many as 130 species from the earlier lists of lichens of Poland (Fałtynowicz 2003, Fałtynowicz & Kossowska 2016) have been excluded; they were incorrectly reported from the country, or were found to have a negligible probability of occurrence, or the lack of herbarium specimens makes it impossible to verify the correctness of the designations. … EndNote Read more... 

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