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McCarthy P.M. (2022): A new saxicolous species of Enterographa (lichenized Ascomycota, Roccellaceae) from Lord Howe Island, Australia - Australasian Lichenology, 90: 24-27

Enterographa reticulata sp. nov. (Roccellaceae) is described from basalt in Lord Howe Island (New South Wales). In addition, E. ophiolithica Kantvilas, recently described from Tasmania, is reported for the first time from the south coast of New South Wales. EndNote Read more... 

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McCarthy P.M. (2022): A new species of Leiorreuma Eschw. (lichenized Ascomycota, Graphidaceae) from Christmas Island, Indian Ocean - Australasian Lichenology, 90: 14-17

Leiorreuma norsticticum sp. nov. (Graphidaceae) is described from the bark of a rainforest tree in Christmas Island, an Australian territory in the north-eastern Indian Ocean. The pale olive-green thallus contains norstictic acid, and the simple, adnate to subsessile lirellae have a strikingly pruinose disc and a thin thalline margin. The proper excipulum is brown-black and thickest at the ascomatal base, and the heavily granule-inspersed hymenium contains simple paraphyses, 8-spored asci and brownish, … EndNote Read more... 

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McCarthy P.M. & Elix J.A. (2022): New species of Megalaria (lichenized Ascomycota, Ramalinaceae) from Queensland, Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island, Australia - Australasian Lichenology, 90: 38-52

Four species of Megalaria Hafellner are described as new from tropical and subtropical Australia: M. australiensis from eastern Queensland and Lord Howe Island (corticolous and containing atranorin; excipulum bilayered, internally pale with variously orientated hyphae; epihymenium N+ maroon or blood-red; hymenium 70–100 μm thick; ascospores 12–23 × 4–7.5 μm); M. crystallifera from Lord Howe Island (corticolous and containing atranorin; excipulum internally pale, with tightly packed, radiating … EndNote Read more... 

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McCarthy P.M. & Kantvilas G. (2022): A new species of Dictyomeridium (lichenized Ascomycota, Trypetheliaceae) from Tasmania - Australasian Lichenology, 90: 10-13

Dictyomeridium tasmanicum sp. nov. (Trypetheliaceae) is described from the bark of coastal Allocasuarina verticillata in south-eastern Tasmania. The new lichen has a thin, UV–, epiphloeodal thallus, small but prominent, pleurothelioid ascomata with eccentric to lateral ostioles, and bisporous asci containing comparatively large, muriform-euseptate ascospores EndNote Read more... 

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Anonymous (2022): Recent literature on australasian lichens - Australasian Lichenology, 90: 71-71

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Davydov E.A., Smirnova L.Y., Storozhenko Yu.V., Zyatnina M.V., Ryzhkova P.Y. & Yakovchenko L.S. (2022): New localities of protected lichen species on the Salair Ridge in Altai Territory - Acta Biologica Sibirica, 8: 143–153

New localities of eight lichen species included in the Red Data Book of the Altai Territory, Lobaria pulmonaria, Ramalina roesleri, R. sinensis, Graphis scripta, Heterodermia speciosa, Nephroma bellum, Ramalina vogulica, and Usnea longissima are reported for the Salair Ridge. The last five species recorded to the Salair Ridge within Altai Territory for the first time. Localities and ecological preferences are indicated for each species. Keywords: Biodiversity, lichenized fungus, Red Data Book, Salair … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Komposch H. & Taurer-Zeiner C. (2022): Flechten (Lichenes) – Zunder für die Vegetation. – In: Komposch C., Glatz-Jorde S., Jungmeier M. & Wagner H.C., Biodiversität im Biosphärenpark Kärntner Nockberge. Ergebnisse des 6. GEOTages der Natur 2021 - Am Fuß der Zunderwand - Carinthia II, 212/132: 67–71

Keywords: Biodiversity, species diversity, GEO-Day of Nature, BioBlitz, endemics, calcareous island, silicates, Biosphere Reserve, Central Alps, Carinthia, Austria. 87 lichen species identified. EndNote Read more... 

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Allen J.L., Calabria L.M., Braid H.E., Peterson E., Villella J., Sheehy S., Glew K., Graves J.M., Berim A., Bull R.D., Lymbery C.T. & McMullin R.T. (2022): Umbilicaria phaea var. coccinea: conservation status, variety rank, and secondary chemistry - Bryologist, 125(3): 387–405

Originally described from a single collection in northern California, Umbilicaria phaea var. coccinea has since been reported from additional sites in California, Oregon and Washington. Although relatively rare in all three states, there is currently no conservation status for U. phaea var. coccinea in California. Developing conservation strategies and status ranks requires a sound understanding of distribution, frequency, habitat requirements and taxonomic placement. Therefore, we evaluated … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Trobajo S., Fernández-Salegui A.B, Hurtado P., Terrón A. & Martínez I. (2022): Interspecific and intraspecific variability of water use traits in macrolichen species in a fragmented landscape along a climatic ecotone area - Fungal Biology, 126: 438–448

Water use traits in lichens are important attributes that determine the duration of hydration and metabolically active periods. In this study, the water holding capacity (WHC) and specific thallus mass (STM) were measured for seven macrolichen species (Parmelia sulcata, Parmelina tiliacea, Evernia prunastri, Ramalina farinacea, Lobaria pulmonaria, Lobarina scrobiculata and Nephroma resupinatum) from a Temperate-Mediterranean fragmented landscape. Twenty Quercus forests with different environmental conditions … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Potenza G., Gerardi G., Fascetti S. & Rosati L. (2022): Habitat fragmentation and lichen diversity in peri‐urban woodlands: A case study in the municipality of Potenza (southern Italy) - Plants, 11(14): 1858 [12 p.]

The fragmentation of the natural habitat is a process that is exponentially increasing world‐ wide and represents one of the biggest threats to biological diversity. Habitat destruction and frag‐ mentation have a major impact on landscapes and may also affect ecosystems, populations, and spe‐ cies. The ongoing anthropogenic process can result in habitat loss for some species, habitat creation for others,reduced patch size, and increased distance between patches, which may lead to local … URL EndNote Read more... 

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