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García Jiménez J., Hernández Del Valle J.F., Valenzuela R., Raymundo T., Huereca A., Bautista Hernández S., Guevara Guerrero R., Garza Ocañas F., García Morales L.J., Sánchez Flores M., Guzmán Guillermo J. & de la Fuente López J.I. (2024): Hongos - In: La biodiversidad en Tamaulipas. Estudio de Estado. Vol. II, p. 31–50, Conabio, México

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Jannah M. & Untari L.F. (2019): Taxonomy of crustose lichens in the forest of Tahura R. Soeryo, Batu, east Java - Biotropic, 3(1): 1–12

Lichen is a symbiotic organism consisting of a photobiont (green algae or cyanobacterium) and a mycobiont (fungal). A taxonomic study of the crustose lichens in the forest of TAHURA R. Soeryohad been conducted based on morphological, anatomical, and chemical characters. In this research we used the method of descriptive exploration to identify the crustose lichens and to study the distribution of the species in the forest of TAHURA R. Soeryo. Twenty species of crustose lichens with one unidentified … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Bukabayeva Z., Abiyev S., Silybayeva B. & Ivachshenko O. (2024): The impact of climate aridification on rare lichen communities - Biosystems Diversity, 32(1): 142-149

The global diversity of approximately 25,000 lichen species (e.g., from the genera Usnea, Cladonia, and Peltigera), including rare and endangered ones, highlights the importance of preserving their population in the State National Nature Park “Burabay”. The objective of this study was to investigate the distribution of rare lichen species in the territory of the State National Nature Park “Burabay,” located in the Akmola region of Kazakhstan, in the period from 2018 to 2022, with a particular … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Partemi R., Debortoli N., Martínez A., Kamburska L., Souffreau C., Matheve H., Vantieghem P., De Meester L., van Doninck K., Merckx T. & Fontaneto D. (2024): Weak effect of urbanization on bdelloid rotifers living in lichens - R Soc Open Sci, 11(4): 231978

Human activities have an overwhelming impact on the natural environment, leading to a deep biodiversity crisis whose effects range from genes to ecosystems. Here, we analysed the effect of such anthropogenic impacts on bdelloid rotifers (Rotifera Bdelloidea), for whom these effects are poorly understood. We targeted bdelloid rotifers living in lichen patches across urbanization gradients in Flanders and Brussels (Belgium). Urbanization was measured as the percentage of built-up area (BU) across different … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Muchnik E., Cherepenina D., Tsurykau A., Blagoveschenskaya E. & Gudkova E. (2024): New, rare, and interesting lichenological records in Moscow and Moscow Region (European Russia) - Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii, 58: L69–L80

This paper provides data on 26 new, rare, and interesting species of lichens discovered in the city of Moscow and Moscow Region during the field studies in 2014–2022, of which 21 species are new to the study area. Fellhaneropsis vezdae is new to the European part of Russia, and Briancoppinsia cytospora, Thelidium minimum, and Verrucaria inaspecta are new to the Central Russia. The list of lichens and allied fungi of the city of Moscow and Moscow Region currently includes 493 species. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Rakhimova Y., Kyzmetova L., Sypabekkyzy G. & Myrzakhan A. (2024): Current state of the species composition of mycobiota in South-East Kazakhstan - BIO Web of Conferences, 100: 04038

To date, no information has been available on the species composition of fungi in southeastern Kazakhstan, the center of agrobiodiversity but also home to rare and endemic species. Therefore, our objective was to investigate the diversity of fungi, fungus-like organisms, and lichens in southeastern Kazakhstan. The scientific and practical significance of the work is to obtain data on the species composition of mycobiota, which will allow planning measures for its monitoring, protection and restoration. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Reyhangul M., Haiying Y., Dolathan T. & Tumur A. (2024): Diversity of macrolichens in the Barluk Mountain National Nature Reserve in Xinjiang, China - BIO Web of Conferences, 100: 02024

The Barluk Mountain National Nature Reserve of Xinjiang, China is known as a paradise of wildlife, that includes a great diversity of lichens attributed to its unique geology and geography that enhances the value for study and conservation. From 2021 to 2023, surveys were undertaken to determine the diversity of macrolichens in relation to altitude in all parts of the Nature Reserve. A total of 670 macrolichens were collected of which 106 taxa were identified as distinct and comprised of of 102 species, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Li M., Meng J., Lin D., Xu P., Wang L., Hu Y., Qin C., Zhao L., Xia Y., Zhang L. & Liu H. (2024): Active Biomonitoring of Atmospheric Element Deposition in the Heating Period of Tangshan Using Ramalina sinensis - POLISH JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES, 33(4): 1-12

Tangshan is known as a typical heavy industrial city with serious atmospheric pollution. It suffers the most serious atmospheric pollution during the winter heating period. This study aims to explore the level and spatial distribution of atmospheric element deposition in the study area and validate the suitability of Ramalina sinensis (RSI) as an active biomonitor in North China cities. RSI was transplanted to Tangshan in winter (Dec. 2016- Mar. 2017) and exposed for 17 weeks. The concentration of … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Koch N.M., Díaz Dominguez R., Fávaro A. & Stanton D. (2024): Thallus hydrophobicity: A low-cost method for understanding lichen ecophysiological responses to environmental changes - Appl Plant Sci, 12(2): e11565

PREMISE: Methods to evaluate lichen thalli hydrophobicity have previously been described, but only recently has hydrophobicity been shown to be an important functional trait related to water regulation dynamics that could be used to predict future climate change effects. We describe a novel protocol to measure lichen thallus hydrophobicity that aims to be an easier and more affordable approach. METHODS AND RESULTS: Our protocol requires only a micropipette, distilled water, a tripod, and a smartphone … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Condon L.A., Bradford J.B. & Coates P.S. (2024): Biological soil crusts are more prevalent in warmer and drier environments within the Great Basin ecoregion: implications for managing annual grass invasion - Restoration Ecology, n/a(n/a): e14150

Biological soil crusts (biocrusts) can thrive under environmental conditions that are stressful for vascular plants such as high temperatures and/or extremely low moisture availability. In these settings, and in the absence of disturbance, cover of biocrusts commonly exceeds cover of vascular plants. Arid landscapes are also typically slow to recover from disturbance and prone to altered vegetation and invasion by exotic species. In the sagebrush ecosystems, cover of annual, exotic, invasive grasses … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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