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Gasulla F., Guéra A. & Barreno E. (2010): “A simple and rapid method for isolating lichen photobionts” - Symbiosis, 51: 175-179

For decades, lichenologists have developed numerous and varied methods to isolate lichen photobionts. Most procedures are tedious, slow, and require several months after the initial isolation to obtain clones. Furthermore, the purity of the isolated photobionts obtained by more rapid methods is not sufficient to establish phycobiont axenic cultures. We have developed a new method for isolating lichen photobionts from fruticose, foliose and crustose lichens. Basically, it involves homogenization … EndNote Read more... 

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Freeman H. (2020): "Potholes" in a mod-bit roof membrane – lichen attack - IIBEC Interface, 20–23

This article describes the interaction between a naturally occurring lichen and a modified-bituminous (mod-bit) roof membrane. I have not found this topic discussed by anyone in roofing literature. The growth of this lichen is very slow in relation to the expected life span of a mod-bit roof membrane. As a result, the roof will have reached the end of its useful life and been replaced or been coated or given a cap sheet re-cover before the lichen has advanced to the point of causing a membrane failure. … EndNote Read more... 

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Tretiach M. & Nimis P.L. (1999): "Pleospora" aquatica, a new lichenicolous fungus on Aspicilia supertegens from Siberia - Cryptogamie, Mycologie, 20(4): 283-289

The lichenicolous fungus “Pleospora” aquatica is described as new. It grows parasitically on thalli of Aspicilia supertegens, and is known only from the type locality, in the Tunkinski ridge (central Siberia). Is is tentatively referred to the genus Pleospora on account of its phaeodictyospores and of the anatomy of pseudothecia. Key-words: Dacampia I lichenicolous fungi I Pleospora I Pleosporaceae I systematice. EndNote Read more... 

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Bayer E. (1888): "O šumavském pralese a jeho okolí." - Výroční Zpráva Klubu Přírodovědců, Praha, 18: 24-25

Czech Republic; Šumava, Boubín; extract from lecture EndNote Read more... 

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Bayer E. (1889): "O své cestě na Krkonoše" - Výroční Zpráva Klubu Přírodovědců, Praha, 19: 28-30

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Bayer E. (1890): "O dvou zajímavých lišejnících okolí pražského" - Výroční Zpráva Klubu Přírodovědců, Praha, 20: 29-31

Parmelia pokornyi, Endocarpon pusillum EndNote Read more... 

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Sampaio G. (1920): "Líquenes" das regiões de Paredes de Coura - Boletim da Sociedade Broteriana, 28: 91-94

Portugal EndNote Read more... 

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Genovesi V. & Ravera S. (2001): ‘Studia Lichenologica’ in Italia centrale. II. Specie epilitiche nuove per l'Umbria - Webbia, 56(2): 379-387

'Studia Lichenologica' in Central Italy. II. New epilithic species to Umbria. -52 infrageneric taxa of epilithic lichens, from natural habitats of mountains and hills near Temi (S Umbria, C Italy), are reported. This region was, until a few years ago, one of the least studied of Italy. Thanks to a systematic exploration started in the last years, the number of known taxa has increased. The epilithic lichen flora of the Temi area has been studied for the first time: this contribution concerns … EndNote Read more... 

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Iturriaga T., Hawksworth D.L. & Crane J.L. (2008): ‘Sporidesmium’ lichenicola sp. nov., a new lichenicolous fungus on Leptogium from Venezuela - Mycologia, 100(3): 392-396

‘Sporidesmium’ lichenicola sp. nov. is described from the decaying thallus of an unidentified Leptogium species growing on unidentified tree bark from the Guaramacal National Park in Bocono´ , Ta´chira, in western Venezuela. This is only the second lichenicolous species to be described under this generic name, and differences from that species and similar species in Sporidesmium s. lat. are discussed. A more precise generic placement will have to await a molecularly based taxonomy … EndNote Read more... 

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Kalb J., Polyiam W., Rivas Plata E., Bawingan P.A., Kalb K. & Lücking R. (2016): ‘Missing links’ alive? Novel taxa represent morphological transitions between distinctive phenotypes among extant Graphidaceae (lichenized Ascomycota: Ostropales) - Phytotaxa, 268(2): 110–122

We provide an updated account on the species of the Cruentotrema-Dyplolabia clade in Graphidaceae subfamily Fissurinoideae, describing three new species: Cruentotrema lirelliforme J. Kalb, Polyiam & K. Kalb, differing from Cruentotrema thailandicum in the lirelliform ascomata; Dyplolabia chumphonensis J. Kalb & K. Kalb, differing from Dyplolabia oryzoides by smaller ascospores; and Dyplolabia dalywaiana Rivas Plata, Bawingan & Lücking, differing from other Dyplolabia species in the angular, … EndNote Read more... 

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