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Moncada B., Coca L.F., Díaz-Escandón D., Jaramillo-Ciro M., Simijaca D., Soto E. & Lücking R. (2022): Diversity, ecogeography, and importance of lichens of Colombia - In: de Almeida R.F., Lücking R., Vasco-Palacios A.M., Gaya E. & Diazgranados M. (eds), Catalogue of Fungi of Colombia, p. 77–90, Kew Publishing, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Lichenised fungi constitute a substantial portion of the known Colombian fungi, with 2,670 out of 7,241 species. This fairly high number is not because lichens represent a particularly diverse group of fungi but because they are relatively wellstudied in the country compared to non-lichenised fungi. Lichens have traditionally been defined as a symbiosis between a fungus (mycobiont), an alga and/or a cyanobacterium (photobionts). A modern definition also incorporates components of the lichen … EndNote Read more... 

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Ismailov A.B. & Volobuev S.V. (2022): Dirina ceratoniae (Arthoniales, Ascomycota): first record from Russia - Turczaninowia, 3: 189–193

The Mediterranean species Dirina ceratoniae (Roccellaceae, Arthoniales) is reported for the first time for Russia, specifically the Greater Caucasus in Daghestan, based on morphological and molecular evidences. The specimen collected on Populus nigra in a coastal lowland region is sorediate and sterile. The sorediate morph is not common in this species and currently known only from a few specimens from the Canary Islands. In the phylogenetic analysis, the ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 sequence obtained … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Урбанавичюс Г.П., Урбанавичене И.Н. , Симакова У.В. & Москаленко В.Н. [Urbanavichus G.P., Urbanavichene I.N., Simakova U.V. & Moskalenko V.N.] (2022): Staurolemma omphalarioides (Pannariaceae, Ascomycota) – новый для лихенофлоры России вид и род с полуострова Абрау (Северо-Западный Кавказ) [Staurolemma omphalarioides (Pannariaceae, Ascomycota), a new species and genus for the lichen flora of Russia from Abrau Peninsula (North-Western Caucasus)] - Turczaninowia, 3: 115–120

[in Russian with English summary: ] The genus Staurolemma Körb., represented by the species S. omphalarioides (Anzi) P. M. Jørg. et Henssen, identified both by morphology and using DNA barcoding (ITS1-5.8S-ITS2 gene), is reported for the first time for Russia, based on materials collected in the North-Western Caucasus in the Utrish Reserve on the Abrau Peninsula. The genus Staurolemma is widely distributed in the tropics and subtropics, and only one species S. omphalarioides, has a Mediterranean-Atlantic … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Zontikov D.N., Malakhova K.V. & Sergeev R.V. (2022): The use of tissue culture method for the study of lichenized fungi (Lobariaceae Chevall., Parmeliaceae Zenker.) of the European part of Russia - Turczaninowia, 3: 177–188

Lichenized fungi as a multicomponent biological system are an interesting but difficult research object. In view of the complex interaction of the myco- and photobiont, the slow growth of natural thalli, their exceptional exactingness to environmental factors, the study of the biological characteristics of lichens is significantly difficult. This article discusses the problem of studying the anatomical and morphological structure of the myco- and photobiont of lichenized fungi using the tissue … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Макрый Т.В. & Скирина И.Ф. [Makryi T.V. & Skirina I.F.] (2022): Lathagrium latzelii (Collemataceae) – новый для России вид лишайника с юга Дальнего Востока [Lathagrium latzelii (Collemataceae) – a new lichen record to Russia from the south of Far East] - Turczaninowia, 3: 217–220

[in Russian with English summary: ] The description and location of the new to Russia lichen record Lathagrium latzelii collected in the Jewish Autonomous Region on the Sutar Range are given in the article. The ecology of this rare species is discussed, as well as the peculiarities of its range, which consists of two isolated areas, the Atlantic coastal region and the Pacific coastal region. L. latzelii is compared with L. fuscovirens and Collema flaccidum, which the species may be confused … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Roux C., Bertrand M., Poumarat S. & Uriac P. (2022): Quelques espèces nouvelles saxicoles–calcifuges de Lecanora du groupe polytropa (Ascomycota, Lecanoraceae) découvertes en France - Bulletin de la Société Linnéenne de Provence, 73: 79–120

[in French with Esperanto and English abstracts] Detailed description of five species novae and one species newly found in France, saxicolous–calcifugous, belonging to the Lecanora polytropa group: Lecanora crassiuscula Cl. Roux, Poumarat et M. Bertrand sp. nov., L. crozensis Cl. Roux et S. Poumarat sp. nov., L. hyperpolytropa Cl. Roux et M. Bertrand, L. intricatoides M. Bertrand et Cl. Roux sp. nov., L. polytropopsis Cl. Roux, M. Bertrand et Poumarat sp. nov., L. tolypodes Poelt et Vězda so … EndNote Read more... 

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Roux C., Brien Y., Monnat J.-Y. & Gardiennet A. (2022): Muellerella solenopsorae Brien, Cl. Roux et Monnat sp. nov., champignon lichénicole (Ascomycota) sur Solenopsora holophaea - Bulletin de la Société Linnéenne de Provence, 73: 37–42

[in French with Esperanto and English abstracts] Description of a new species of non-lichenized lichenicolous fungus, Muellerella solenopsorae Brien, Cl. Roux and Monnat, with 1 – 3 – septate spores, growing on the lichen Solenopsora holophaea which it does not seem to alter. Comparison with other species of the genus Muellerella and with Capronia triseptata. EndNote Read more... 

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Roux C., Pinault P. & Ertz D. (2022): Corticifraga ramalinae P. Pinault, Ertz et Cl. Roux sp. nov., champignon lichénicole non lichénisé (Ascomycota, Gomphillaceae) - Bulletin de la Société Linnéenne de Provence, 73: 29–35

[in French with Esperanto and English abstracts] Description of the new species Corticifraga ramalinae P. Pinault, Ertz et Cl. Roux sp. nov., close to C. peltigerae, from which it differs by its parasitism on the thallus (rarely the apothecia) of Ramalina fraxinea where it does not induce galls but which its discolors, by its spores (0)3 – septate, a little longer and less wide, mostly 17,5 – 25,5 × 4 – 5 μm, and by its distinct phylogenetic position (its sequence) (sister species of C. fuckelii). … EndNote Read more... 

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Roux C. et al. (2022): Additions à la 3e édition du Catalogue des lichens de France (2). Changements nomenclaturaux importants et liste commentée des espèces et taxons infraspécifiques nouvellement trouvés en France (du 2021/09/20 au 2022/09/19) - Bulletin de Association Française de Lichénologie, 47(1): 1–30

[in French with French and Esperanto summaries] Résumé : Mise à jour de la 3e édition du Catalogue des lichens de France dans l’attente de sa 4e édition. Changements nomenclaturaux importants : Acarospora glaucocarpa et A. cervina ; Acarospora impressula s. l. (A. atrata, A. impressula, A. opaca, A. pseudosuzae) ; liste des noms de Caloplaca s. l. attribués à d’autres genres que Caloplaca ; liste des Polysporina s. l. attribués aux genres Acarospora et Sarcogyne ; Lobothallia … EndNote Read more... 

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Poumarat S., Roux C. & Daval G. (2022): Zwackhiomyces fuscatus Poumarat, Daval et Cl. Roux sp. nov., champignon lichénicole (Ascomycota, Xanthopyreniaceae) parasite d’Acarospora fuscata - Bulletin de la Société Linnéenne de Provence, 73: 43–50

[in French with Esperanto and English abstracts] Description of a new species, Zwackhiomyces fuscatus Poumarat, G. Daval et Cl. Roux, parasite of the lichen Acarospora fuscata of which it bleaches the thallus. Comparison with other species of the genus Zwackhiomyces. Key words : Dothideales, Zwackhiomyces, lichenicolous, Acarospora fuscata, France. EndNote Read more... 

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