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Андреев М.П. [Andreev M.P.] (1988): Флора лишайников острова Кинг-Джордж (Антарктика). De lichenoflora insulae King-George (Antarctis) notula - Новости систематики низших растений / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 25: 118-124

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Корчиков E.C. [Korchikov E.S.] (2010): Флористическое биоразнообразие особо ценного Красносамарского лесного массива Самарской области: II. Лишайники - Самарская Лука: проблемы региональной и глобальной экологии, 19(2): 122-150

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Нипорко С.О., Барсуков О.О. & Капець Н.В. [Nyporko S.O., Barsukov O.O. & Kapets N.V.] (2018): Флористичні знахідки мохоподібних, лишайників та ліхенофільних грибів з Національного природного парку "Гуцульщина" [Floristic records of mosses, lichens and lichenicolous fungi from Hutsulschyna National Nature Park] - Український Ботанічний Журнал [Ukrainian Botanical Journal], 75(2): 179–186

[in Ukrainian with English abstract: ] Results of the research conducted during 2016–2017 in Hutsulshchyna National Nature Park are reported. Main goals of our study were to obtain new information on distribution of liverworts, mosses, lichens and allied fungi of the study area and to find new localities of rare species. The data on 25 new for Hutsulschyna National Nature Park species are provided: lichen Arctoparmelia incurva, lichenicolous fungi Marchandiomyces corallinus, Phaeopyxis punctum, … EndNote Read more... 

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Бязров Л.Г. [Biazrov L.G.] (2013): Формулы ареалов лихенизированных грибов семейства Umbilicariaceae из Монголии на основе общемировой карты экорегионов суши. Range formulas of lichenized fungi of the family Umbilicariaceae from Mongolia on the base of the world terrestrial ecoregions map - Новости систематики низших растений / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 47: 179–199

Detailed laconic description of lichens ranges is represented as a formula. The formula is based on the biogeographical subdivision of the world. The formula includes symbols of the biogeographical realms and biomes on the map of the terrestrial ecoregions of the world, where the presence of a species was recorded. The formulas of ranges are given for 34 Umbilicariaceae species recorded in Mongolia. Keywords: lichens, Lasallia, Umbilicaria, ecoregions map, range formula, biogeography, Mongolia. EndNote Read more... 

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Войцехович А.А., Михайлюк Т.И. & Дариенко Т.М. [Voytsekhovich A.A., Mikhailyuk T.I. & Darienko T.M.] (2011): Фотобионты лишайников. 1: разнообразие, экологические особенности, взаимоотношения и пути совместной эволюции с микобионтом [Lichen photobionts. 1: biodiversity, ecophysiology and co-evolution with the mycobiont] - Альгология [Algologia], 21(1): 3–26

According to published data, 147 algal species can be lichenized with asco- and basidiomycetes. Most of these algal species belonged to the Chlorophyta (108 species) and Cyanoprokaryota (36). Two different lichenization types can be distinguished (facultative and obligate). Most photobionts are facultative and can therefore also occur free-living in terrestrial habitats. In contrast, some species of the genera Trebouxia Puym., Asterochloris Tscherm.- Woess, Coccomyxa Schmidle, and Pseudococcomyxa … EndNote Read more... 

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Войцехович А.А., Михайлюк Т.И. & Дариенко Т.М. [Voytsekhovich A.A., Mikhailyuk T.I. & Darienko T.M.] (2011): Фотобионты лишайников. 2: Происхождение и корреляция с микобионтом [Lichen photobionts. 2: Origin and correlation with mycobiont] - Альгология [Algologia], 21(2): 151–177

Composition of lichen photobionts closely correlates with some taxonomic groups of lichen-forming fungi. More than 55 % of these fungi are associated with Trebouxia Puym. and Asterochloris Tscherm.-Woess, around 40 % with Cyanoprokaryota, about 8 % with Trentepohliales, and 20 % with other green algae. However, not all lichen associations are stable in long terms and therefore several photobiont species can be present in the same lichen thallus. Some lichens constantly include several photobiont … EndNote Read more... 

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Дарієнко Т.М. & Войцехович A.О. [Darienko T.M. & Voytsekhovich A.O.] (2005): Фотобіонти деяких лишайників з відслонень гранітно-степового Побужжя [To the study of lichen photobionts of outcrops granite-steppe Pobuzhia] - Український Ботанічний Журнал [Ukrainian Botanical Journal], 62(2): 190–202

[In Ukrainian with English abstract:] Photobionts of 9 widespead lichens upon the granite outcrops are investigeted. The investigations were carried out using direct microscoping and cultural methods of investigation. The exact data concerning photobionts were firrstly brought for 8 species of lichens. It is established that lichens such as Aspicilia contorta var. hoffmanniana, Candelariella vitellina, Xanthoparmelia somloensis, Ramalina polymorpha, Umbilicaria grisea contain just the same specie … EndNote Read more... 

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Равинская А.П. & Вайнштейн Е.А. [Ravinskaja A.P. & Vainschtein E.A.] (1975): Хемотаксоиомическое значение изменений содержания лишайниковых кислот. De mutabilitate contenti acidorum lichenicorum et valore eius chemotaxonomico - Новости систематики низших растений / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 12: 266-273

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Голубкова Н.С. & Шапиро И.А. [Golubkova N.S. & Schapiro I.A.] (1987): Хемотаксономическое изучение лишайников рода Evernia Ach. Советского Союза. Examinatio chemotaxonomica lichenum generis Evernia Ach. in URSS - Новости систематики низших растений / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 24: 144-151

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Равинская А.П., Котлова Е.Р. & Шапиро И.А. [Ravinskaja A.P., Kotlova E.R. & Schapiro I.A.] (1999): Хемотаксономическое изучение рода Parmelia Ach. с территории России. EXAМINATIO CНAEMOTAXONOMICA LICHENUM GENERIS PARМELIA АСН. IN ROSSIA VIGENTIUM - Новости систематики низших растений / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 33: 158-161

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