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Dengler J., Biurrun I. & Dembicz I. (2021): Standardised EDGG methodology for sampling grassland diversity: second amendment - Palaearctic Grasslands, 49: 22–26

The EDGG methodology of sampling multi-scale biodiversity in grasslands and other open habitats is widely applied and has proven to be a highly informative and effective way of recording high-quality data allowing for a multitude of different analyses. Based on our experiences with sampling, storing and analysing such data, here we propose three additions to the protocol: (1) We recommend to record also 1000-m² plots in addition to the hitherto seven standard grain sizes of 0.0001–100 m², as … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Aptroot A. & Cáceres M.E.S. (2024): New species and records of tropical microlichens from Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Madagascar and Papua New Guinea - Plant and Fungal Systematics, 69(1): 53–68

The following tropical microlichen species are described new to science: Acanthotrema sorediatum from Brazil, Coenogonium megasporum from Papua New Guinea, Glaucotrema inspersum from Brazil, Glaucotrema negativum from Brazil, Micarea resinoides from Papua New Guinea, Micarea viridibotryoides from Papua New Guinea, Myriotrema defectofrondosum from Brazil, Ocellularia suprafricana from Brazil, Ocellularia uniseptatoides from Brazil, and Piccolia perithecioidea from Argentina. Some other species are … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Knudsen K., Kocourková J. & Nimis P.L. (2024): Acarospora crozalsii (Lichenized Ascomycetes, Acarosporaceae), to be re-instated in the Italian lichen flora - Borziana , 5: 41–45

Some samples collected in Liguria by Camillo Sbarbaro and identified as Acarospora crozalsii, a species which in the past was often synonymised with A. complanata, were analysed. The species, for which a description is provided, is a Mediterranean silicicolous lichen, known from North Africa (Algeria), southern France and Italy. It differs from the similar A. helvetica in the euamyloid hymenial gel and the thinner parathecium, and should be re-instated in the list of lichens known from Italy. Key … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Schrijvers-Gonlag M. & van Dort K. (2023): A synopsis of bryophyte-lichen syntaxa in the Netherlands - Lindbergia, 2023: e24635 [29 p.]

We present a first complete overview of the bryophyte-lichen syntaxa in the Netherlands, including diagnostic species and Red List status of vegetations representing each (sub)association. The classification is based on more than 5000 Dutch vegetation relevés, the majority recorded after the year 2000. Whenever appropriate, we integrated bryophyte and lichen syntaxonomy. The Dutch list of bryolichenosociological units consists of 168 syntaxa: 16 classes, 27 orders, 37 alliances, 82 associations … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Яцына А.П. & Мороз Е.Л. [Yatsyna A.P. & Moroz E.L.] (2024): Лишайники и миксомицеты дубрав Национального парка «Беловежская пуща» (Республика Беларусь) [Lichens and myxomycetes of oak forests of the National Park Belovezhskaya Pushcha (Republic of Belarus)] - Разнообразие растительного мира [Diversity of plant world], 2(21): 24–37

[in Belarussian with English abstract: ] As a result of the research conducted in 2016–2018, the authors compiled a list of lichens, closely related fungi and myxomycetes of oak forests of the National Park «Belovezhskaya Pushcha». The annotated list contains 188 taxa: 130 species of lichens, 51 species of myxomycetes, 3 saprotrophic non-lichenized and 4 lichenicolous fungi. For the first time, 6 species of lichens Lecanora expallens, Micarea byssacea, M. microareolata, M. soralifera, Parmelia … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Aptroot A. (2024): Xanthoparmelia vicentei reported for the first time from central Europe from Luxembourg - Herzogiella, 11: 52–53

The lichen Xanthoparmelia vincentei is reported for the first time from central Europe from Luxembourg. The identity was confirmed by an almost 100% conguence in ITS sequence, but it differs from the type by the lower surface which is not yet black. This paper is meant to atract attention to the possibility that this species is more widespread in central Europe; it may have been confused with X. angustiphylla, or even been discarded as small and incomplete specimens of the common X. conspersa. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Brackel W. von & Stapper N. (2024): Flechte und Moos des Jahres 2024 - Herzogiella, 11: 84–89

Presentation of the lichen and moss of the year 2024 [in German] URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Cezanne R. & Eichler M. (2024): Wiederfund von Marchantiana asserigena in Deutschland - Herzogiella, 11: 54–58

Rediscovery of Marchantiana asserigena in Germany after more than one hubdred years [in German] URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Eichler M. & Cezanne R. (2024): Neue Publikationen die Flechtenflora Mitteleuropas betreffend. Zehnte Folge - Herzogiella, 11: 27–36

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Codogno M., Lausi D. & Nimis P. L. (1985): Correlation between floristic and structural features of plant communities, an example concerning litophytic vegetation in the Julian Alps (NE-Italy) - Bollettino della Società Adriatica di Scienze, Trieste, 58: 31–44

This study is based on a set of 37 phytosociological relevés of lithophytic vegetation taken in the Western Julian Alps, which has been submitted to multivariate analysis. The results indicate that six vegetation types have been identified based on floristic composition. Floristic variation and vegetation types are related to two main parameters: type of substrate and potential solar irradiation. These two main ecological factors are also related to structural variation, with differences in potential … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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