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Jones H., St. Clair L.L., Hollinger J., Cooper L.S., Rosentreter R., Keuler R. & Leavitt S.D. (2022): Anderson and Shushan: Lichens of Western North America Fascicle VIII - Evansia, 39(3): 69–81

Twenty-five North American lichens are issued in Fascicle VIII of the “Anderson and Shushan: Lichens of Western North America” series, numbers 176– 200. This fascicle is comprised of material representing specimens from the Rhizoplaca melanophthalma aggregate, including the vagrant taxa R. arbuscula, R. haydenii, and R. idahoensis; two collections representing unattached forms in the R. porteri group – R. melanophthalma ssp. crispa and an erratic form of R. porteri; and two umbilicate … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Haldeman M. (2022): New and interesting records of lichens, lichenicolous fungi and other Ascomycota from northwestern USA V - Evansia, 39(3): 129–137

The lichenicolous fungus Sphaerellothecium taimyricum is reported as new to North America. The lichenicolous fungus Lichenopeltella leprosulae and the lichen Protothelenella leucothelia are reported as new to the USA and the hepaticolous fungus Pleostigma jungermannicola is reported as new to western North America. Arthonia xanthoparmeliarum is reported as new to northwestern North America and seven other species of lichenicolous fungi are reported as new to the contiguous 48 states of the USA. … URL EndNote Read more... 

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McCune B. & Stone D.F. (2022): Eight new combinations of North American macrolichens - Evansia, 39(3): 123–128

Eight new taxonomic combinations are made for macrolichens that occur in North America. These combinations attempt to improve the practicality of taxonomic revisions resulting from molecular systematics. The new combinations are in the genera Bryoria, Cetraria, Peltigera, Scytinium, and Sulcaria. Key words. Lichens, Ahtiana, Bryoria, Cetraria, Peltigera, Scytinium, Sulcaria. URL EndNote Read more... 

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Morris C. & Stone D. (2022): Nephroma orvoi in western North America - Evansia, 39(3): 82–86

The recently described species Nephroma orvoi is part of the Nephroma parile complex. Both species are generally medium to dark brown, with rounded, smooth to distinctly foveolate lobes bearing sorediate to isidiate propagules. The best distinguishing character morphologically is the location of propagule formation. On N. orvoi they originate laminally while on N. parile they originate marginally. However, TLC provides the most accurate identification results, as the two species differ in terpenoids. … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Lee B.G. & Hur J.-S. (2022): A new species and four new records of Bacidia (Lecanorales, Ramalinaceae) from South Korea, with a key to Korean species - Mycokeys, 93: 107–130

A new species, Bacidia fuscopallida Lee & Heo and four new records, B. ekmaniana R. C. Harris, Ladd & Lendemer, B. friesiana (Hepp) Körb., B. heterochroa (Müll. Arg.) Zahlbr. and B. suffusa (Fr.) A. Schneid., are described from South Korea. Bacidia fuscopallida differs from B. diffracta S. Ekman, the most similar species, by warted but non-granular thallus, paler and smaller apothecia without pruina, proper exciple without crystals, over 11-septate ascospores and smaller pycnidia and pycnoconidia. … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Halıcı M., Güllü M., Kahraman Yiğit M. & Barták M. (2022): Three new records of lichenised fungi for Antarctica - Polar Record, 58: e22 [10 p.]

As part of a project aiming to determine the lichenised fungal biodiversity of James Ross Island (Eastern coast ofAntarctic Peninsula), we identified three infrageneric taxa which were previously not reported from Antarctica: Farnoldia micropsis (A. Massal.) Hertel, Gyalolechia epiphyta (Lynge) Vondrák and Placidium squamulosum var. argentinum (Räsänen) Breuss. Detailed morphological and anatomical properties of these species along with photographs based on the Antarctic specimens are provided … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Fávaro A., Demetrio G.R. & Coelho F.F. (2022): Size-dependent reproductive investment in a tropical cyanolichen - Bryologist, 125(4): 507–512

Reproductive strategies in lichens are a rarely studied field, and little is known about which variables affecting the production of reproductive structures are most important. Here, we investigated how lichen size and cardinal direction affected the density of apothecia in the cyanolichen Leptogium marginellum. We hypothesized that larger thalli and thalli facing south (towards the pole) would have a higher density of apothecia. Individuals with larger body sizes may store more resources that can … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Urbanska N., Simko P., Leskanicova A., Karasova M., Jendzelovska Z., Jendzelovsky R., Rucova D., Kolesarova M., Goga M., Backor M. & Kiskova T. (2022): Atranorin, a secondary metabolite of lichens, exhibited anxiolytic/antidepressant activity in Wistar rats - Life, 12(11): 1850 [13 p.]

Atranorin (ATR) is one of lichens’ many known secondary metabolites. Most current studies have investigated the various effects of ATR in vitro and only sporadically in vivo. The latest data indicate that ATR may have anxiolytic/antidepressive effects. This study aimed to analyze the potential of ATR in a depression-like state in male Wistar rats. Pregnant females were stressed by restricting their mobility in the final week of pregnancy three times a day for 45 min each, for three following days. … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Porada P. & Giordani P. (2022): Do lichens and mosses drink from tree bark? - Frontiers for Young Minds, 10: 704022 [8 p.]

Lichens and mosses often live on tree branches in the forest canopy. They store large amounts of rain, fog, or dew, because they cannot reach water in the soil. However, we do not know what their most important source of water actually is. For example, is water uptake from wet bark important? This is hard to answer, because these lichens and mosses live high above us, so it is difficult to make direct measurements. Computer mathematical simulations can be useful to answer this question. We … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Christensen S.N. (2022): Epiphytic lichens from towns and villages in Greece - Parnassiana Archives, 10: 31–37

Thirty-nine epiphytic lichens from towns and villages across Greece are recorded. Ten species are new for one or more Greek provinces. Species composition reflects the nutrient enrichment of such human environments. An alternative interpretation of the results of Diamantopoulos et al. (1992) and Pirintsos et al. (1993) on the distribution of epiphytic lichens in the Thessaloniki area is provided. The list of species growing on Platanus in Greece (Christensen 2014) is supplemented with six species. EndNote Read more... 

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