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Khodosovtsev O.Ye., Khymych E.O., Mochan V.I., Svoboda S. & Vondrák J. (2024): Corticolous lichens of beech habitats from the Zacharovanyi Krai National Nature Park: primeval forests versus derivative stands - Чорноморський ботанічний журнал [Chornomorski Botanical Journal], 20(2): 154–167

[in Ukrainian with English title and abstract:] Within the territory of the Zacharovanyi Krai National Nature Park, three monitoring plots of 1 ha each were established. These plots revealed 171 species of lichens and 3 species of lichenicolous fungi from 95 genera, 45 families, 22 orders, 9 classes and 2 divisions. In the study plot “Irshava-1”, which is an acidophilous beech primeval forest, 111 species of epiphytic and epixylic lichens as well as 3 species of lichenicolous fungi were found. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Košuthová A., Dvořák P. & Hindáková A. (2024): A comprehensive study of Macrochaete oelandica sp. nov., the second known cyanobiont of lichen Placynthium nigrum in Europe - Fottea, 24(2): 185–197

Cyanobacteria, a diverse group of photosynthetic bacteria, act as primary symbionts for carbohydrate production in about 10% of lichenized fungi, referred to as cyanolichens. This study investigates the effect of different living conditions on the morphology of one cyanobacterium, comparing the cyanobacterium in the lichen symbiosis with the same species in culture. The lichen Placynthium nigrum served as a suitable model. We examined the cyanobacterial 16S rRNA, fungal mtSSU rDNA, and MCM7 sequences … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Farkas E. & Lőkös L. (2021): Distribution of Absconditella lignicola (Stictidaceae, lichenised Ascomycetes) in Hungary - Studia Botanica Hungarica, 52: 115–124

Absconditella lignicola a tiny, rather inconspicuous lichen species was found in Hungary recently. During a short period more than 30 new localities were recorded, and it turned to be a widely distributed but still overlooked species. Distribution map of Absconditella lignicola in Hungary is presented, and its habitat preference is discussed. Key words: Absconditella, distribution, floristics, Hungary, lichen-forming fungi, lignicolous. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Farkas E., Balogh R.A., Bauer N., Lőkös L., Matus G., Molnár Cs., Papp B., Pifkó D. & Varga N. (2022): Taxonomical and chorological notes 16 (164–177) - Studia Botanica Hungarica , 53(1): 249–266

The present part of the series provides miscellaneous new records of six lichen-forming, two lichenicolous and six flowering plant species from Hungary, Romania and Serbia. New Hun- garian chorological records for the flowering plants are: Juncus sphaerocarpus new for the Putnok Hills and Sorbus semiincisa for Mezőföld. The second recent occurrence of Crepis mollis subsp. suc- cisifolia very rare in Hungary is presented here from the Bakonyalja region. Sporobolus cryptandrus agressively spreading … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Varga N., Farkas E. & Lőkös L. (2023): Contributions to the lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi of the Aggtelek National Park (NE Hungary) - Studia Botanica Hungarica, 54: 155–174

Rece nt lichenological investigations add new and noteworthy records of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi to the Aggtelek National Park, especially from the Szalonna-Karst region (Mt Esztramos near Bódvarákó, Mt Szár-hegy near Martonyi). Altogether 64 records of 38 species of lichen-forming fungi and 13 species of lichenicolous fungi are presented and annotated. Agon imia globulifera, Lecanora compallens and Th alloidima physaroides have been reported from the Aggtelek National Park … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Varga N., Farkas E. & Lőkös L. (2023): Lichens and lichenicolous fungi from Olea europaea in Montenegro - Acta Biologica Plantarum Agriensis, 11(2): 40

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Farkas E., Xu M., Szabó K., Kirika P.M. & Muhoro A.M. (2023): Usnic acid enantiomers in lichens in Europe and Africa - Acta Biologica Plantarum Agriensis, 11(2): 9

abstract, lecture; 6th Conference on Cryptogams, Eszterházy Károly Catholic University, Eger, Hungary URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Farkas E., Lőkös L., Muhoro A.M. & Varga N. (2023): New Records of Lichens and Lichenicolous Fungi from Kenya and Tanzania (East Africa) - Acta Biologica Plantarum Agriensis, 11(1): 107–128

Hungarian collections of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi from Kenya and Tanzania were studied analysing morphological and anatomical characters, as well as secondary chemistry by chromatography (HPTLC). Altogether 39 species of lichen-forming fungi and three species of lichenicolous fungi have been recognized and deposited in VBI. The lichens Bulbothrix kenyana, Chrysothrix xanthina, Lobaria discolor, Parmotrema durumae and P. taitae were discovered as new for Tanzania; Usnea abissinica and … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Hansen E.S. (2022): Lichens of Nuuk area, South West Greenland - Studia Botanica Hungarica, 53: 95–104

The paper lists 122 lichen taxa from Nuuk area, South West Greenland. These are listed alphabeti- cally and their associations and substrates are briefly indicated. Key words: Ascomycetes, Greenland, lichens, Nuuk. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Hansen E.S. (2022): Saxicolous lichens from four localities in South West Greenland - Studia Botanica Hungarica, 53: 83–94

A total of 147 taxa of saxicolous lichens are reported from four localities in South West Greenland. Many lichens are of particular interest and are very rare in this part of Greenland. The following species are selected as typical examples: Gyalidea lecideopsis, Physcia magnussonii, Psorula rufonigra, Rhizocarpon eupetraeum, R. ferax, Rinodina arnoldii, R. endophragmia, R. milvina and R. parasitica. A new combination is made, viz. Coppinsiella alcarum (Poelt) E. S. Hansen et S. Y. Kondr. The … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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