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Huh J., Park C., Kim T., Hahn I., Kim G.W., Lee E. & Kim J.H. (2020): Measurements of the specific activities of 137Cs in Antarctica environmental samples by using the low-level radiation analysis method - Journal of the Korean Physical Society, 77(3): 217–222

Since the King Sejong Korean Antarctic Research Station began operation in 1988, studies of various fields have been then carried out in polar regions and significant achievements have been yielded. However, environmental and biological radiations have not been dealt with compared to other research areas. In this study, the 137Cs distribution is investigated for environmental elements in the vicinity of the two research stations, the Jang Bogo Station and the King Sejong Station, operated by the … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Berger F. & Türk R. (1993): Neue und seltene Flechten und lichenicole Pilze aus Oberösterreich, Österreich - Linzer Biologische Beitrage, 25(1): 167-204

New to Central Europe: Arthopyrenia subcerasi, Bacidia carneoglauca, Halecania viridescens. New to Austria: Arthonia hypnophila, B. viridescens, Caloplaca lucifuga, Dactylospora pertusaricola, Lecanora rupicola var. efflorens, Libertiella malmedyensis, Polycoccum peltigerae, Scoliciosporum schadeanum, Taeniolella beschiana EndNote Read more... 

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Capozzi F., Sorrentino M.C., Granata A., Vergara A., Alberico M., Rossi M., Spagnuolo V. & Giordano S. (2023): Optimizing moss and lichen transplants as biomonitors of airborne anthropogenic microfibers - Biology, 12(10): 1278 [13 p.]

Anthropogenic microfibers (mfs) are synthetic particles composed of cellulose (cotton, rayon, acetate, etc.) or petrochemical-based polymers (i.e., microplastics—MPs) that are less than 5 mm in length. The accumulation of mfs, including MPs, in the moss Hypnum cupressiforme and the lichen Pseudevernia furfuracea was compared in a transplant experiment lasting 6 weeks. We also tested the effects of the bag used for transplants on the accumulation of mfs. Anthropogenic particles trapped by both biomonitors … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Anonymus [Rabenhorst L.] (1868): P. J. Hellbom, die in der Schwedischen provinz Nerika aufgefundenen seltneren Flechtenarten. (Separatabdruck aus den Öfvers. af k. Vet. Akad. Förh. 1865. N. 6.) - Hedwigia, 7: 111-112

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Ходосовцев О.Є. & Уманець О.Ю. [Khodosovtsev A.Ye. & Umanets O.Yu.] (2009): Phoma cladoniicola Diederich, Kocourk. & Etayo – новий для України вид ліхенофільного гриба з Олешківських пісків [Phoma cladoniicola Diederich, Kocourk. & Etayo, a new for Ukraine lichenicolous fungus from Oleshkivs’ky Sands] - Чорноморський ботанічний журнал [Chornomorski Botanical Journal], 5(2): 273-275

Data about new for Ukraine lichenicolous fungus Phoma cladoniicola Diederich, Kocourk. & Etayo are reported. It was found on sand dunes in the Lower Dnieper (Kherson region, Ukraine). The fungus causes the disease with mosaic dying off of lichen thallus in Cladonia phomosis . one of dominant species of the biological crust in the sand-dunes ecosystems of Lower Dnieper. The lichenicolous fungus is found on C. arbuscula, C. subrangiformi and C. subulata for the first time. EndNote Read more... 

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Nowak J. (1967): Porosty wyzyny Wielunskiej. The lichens of the Wielum Upland - Acta Mycol. [Poland], 3: 209-242

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Chahloul N., Khadhri A., Vannini A., Mendili M., Rayes A. & Loppi S. (2023): Selecting the species to be used in lichen transplant surveys of air pollution in Tunisia - Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 195: 570 [8 p.]

This study was undertaken with the aim of selecting one or more lichen species that are the most suitable for transplant-based surveys of air pollution in Tunisia, in areas where the local native lichen vegetation is scanty or missing at all. To this purpose, four epiphytic (tree inhabiting) lichen species (Evernia prunastri, Flavoparmelia caperata, Parmotrema perlatum, Ramalina farinacea) were collected from the Babouch forests, a remote and unpolluted area of NW Tunisia, and analyzed for their … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Nordin A., Löfgren L. & Wilhehusson J. (1994): SLF-mote in Arboga. [SLF-meeling in Arboga.] - Graphis Scripta, 6: 77-84

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Thiers B.M. (2024): Strengthening partnerships to safeguard the future of herbaria - Diversity, 16(1): 36 [10 p.]

Herbaria remain the primary means of documenting plant life on earth, and the number of herbaria worldwide and the number of specimens they hold continues to grow. Digitization of herbarium specimens, though far from complete, has increased the discoverability of herbarium holdings and has increased the range of studies from which data from herbarium specimens can be used. The rather large number of herbaria about which no current information is available is a source of concern, as is herbarium consolidation … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Hawksworth D.L. (1979): Studies in the genus Endococcus (Ascomycotina, Dothideales) - Bot. Notiser, 132: 283-290

The generic name Tichothecium Flotow, widely used for lichenicolous fungi, is found to be typified by Verrucaria nigrescens Pers. and so must be placed as a synonym of the lichen genus Verrucaria Schrader nom. cons. A preliminary survey of the fungi formerly referred to Tichothecium shows that they fall into two groups on the basis of the structure of the asci. Those with 4- or 8-spored, bitunicate asci are placed in Endococcus Nyl. (syn. Discothecium Zopf), while ones with multispored asci discharging … EndNote Read more... 

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