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Abas A., Asnawi N.H., Aiyub K., Awang A. & Abdullah S.R. (2022): Lichen Biodiversity Index (LBI) for the assessment of air quality in an industrial city in Pahang, Malaysia - Atmosphere, 13(11): 1905 [15 p.]

Lichen is a well-documented useful biological indicator for monitoring air pollution using various methods such as the biodiversity of lichens. However, the use of lichen biodiversity to estimate air pollution levels in industrial areas, particularly in Malaysia, is still weak, and the determinants of its diversity are unknown. As a result, the purpose of this research is to analyse air pollution in Malaysia’s industrial urban area using the lichen biodiversity index and its determining factor. … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Ravera S., Puglisi M., Vizzini A., Totti C., Aleffi M., Bacilliere G., Benesperi R., Bianchi E., Boccardo F., Bolpagni R., von Brackel W., Canali G., Celli G., Cogoni A., De Giuseppe A.B., Di Natale S., Di Nuzzo L., Dovana F., Gheza G., Giordani P., Giorgi C.M., Giugia D., Iberite M., Isocrono D., Malíček J., Mayrhofer H., Muscioni M., Nascimbene J., Nimis P.L., Ongaro S., Passalacqua N.G., Piccardo P., Poponessi S., Prieto Álvaro M., Prosser F., Puntillo D., Santi F., Scassellati E., Schultz M., Sciandrello S., Sicoli G., Soldano A., Tiburtini M. & Vallese C. (2022): Notulae to the Italian flora of algae, bryophytes, fungi and lichens: 14 - Italian Botanist, 14: 61–80

In this contribution, new data concerning bryophytes, fungi and lichens of the Italian flora are presented. It includes new records and confirmations for the algal genus Chara, for the bryophyte genera Bryum, Grimmia, Cephaloziella, Hypnum, Nogopterium, Physcomitrium, Polytrichastrum, Rhynchostegiella, Saelania, and Schistostega, the fungal genera Cortinarius, Lentinellus, Omphalina, and Xerophorus, and the lichen genera Acarospora, Agonimia, Candelariella, Cladonia, Graphis, Gyalolechia, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Choi B.Y., Lee S., Kim J., Park H., Kim J.-H., Kim M., Park S.-J., Kim K.-T., Ryu H. & Shim D. (2022): Comparison of endophytic and epiphytic microbial communities in surviving and dead Korean Fir (Abies koreana) using metagenomic sequencing - Forests, 13(11): 1932 [13 p.]

Plant endophyte and epiphyte communities cooperatively interact with their host plants and play crucial roles in sustaining plant fitness. In Korea, a variety of studies have been conducted to elucidate the reasons for the declining population of the endangered Korean fir (Abies koreana), but the relationship between microbiota and the healthy condition of trees remains unclear. Here, we conducted bacterial 16S rRNA gene and fungal ITS sequence analyses to dissect the composition of endophytic and … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Lendemer J.C. (2022): Herpothallon rubrogranulosum, a new species with granular pseudoisidia from the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain of southeastern North America - Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society, 149(4): 280–285

Herpothallon rubrogranulosum is described from forested wetlands in the Mid-Atlantic Coastal Plain of southeastern North America. It appears to be infrequent throughout its range, but locally abundant on bald cypress trees in areas of Francis Marion National Forest, South Carolina, USA. The species is characterized by a cream colored, ecorticate thallus with small, coarse granular pseudoisidia that are covered with variable amounts of orangered pigment that reacts Kþred-pink, and the production … EndNote Read more... 

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Haughian S.R., Gray L. & Harper K.A. (2022): Factors influencing the distributions of two endangered lichens in Nova Scotia, Canada - Écoscience, 29(4): 345–361

The lichens Erioderma pedicellatum (Hue) P.M. Jørg. and Erioderma mollissimum (G. Sampaio) Du Rietz are endangered species in Canada. Both species are obligate epiphytes found in forested wetlands near the Atlantic Coast. They are thought to be primarily threatened by logging and acid pollution, but the influence of these factors has not been examined at large-extents or relative to other habitat features. Critical habitat for protection has remained difficult to define beyond observed occurrences, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Afshan N.S., Fayyaz I., Iftikhar F., Habib K., Razzaq F., Niazi A.R. & Khalid A.N. (2022): A taxonomic and phylogenetic study of some Cladonia species from Pakistan - Nova Hedwigia, 115: 535–548

For this study, a number of species of the genus Cladonia were collected from different areas of Pakistan and characterized using morpho-anatomical and molecular techniques. The present work revealed that the collected specimens belong to four species. Among these, C. rei, C. ochrochlora and C. cariosa are new records for Pakistan, while the reports of C. pocillum represent range extensions within Pakistan. Complete morpho-anatomical descriptions and notes on ecology and distribution are provided, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Ladd D. (2022): Lichen survey of Bryant Creek State Park Douglas County, Missouri - NatureCITE report to Missouri Department of Natural Resources. NatureCITE, Springfield, MO, 48 pp

A comprehensive survey of lichens and lichen-associated fungi was conducted at Bryant Creek State Park during 18 field days from October 2020 through May 2022, documenting a total of 331 taxa. Despite areas of previous intensive logging and other impacts, the site contains an impressive level of lichen biodiversity, ranking among the highest lichen diversity recorded for a single site in the Interior Highlands and lower Midwest. Of the 331 taxa documented, there were 297 lichens (274 chlorolichens … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Torres-Benítez A., Ortega-Valencia J.E., Sanchez M., Divakar P.K., Simirgiotis M.J. & Gómez-Serranillos M.P. (2022): Metabolomic profiling, antioxidant and enzyme inhibition properties and molecular docking analysis of Antarctic lichens - Molecules, 27(22): 8086 [22 p.]

The lichen species Lecania brialmontii, Pseudephebe pubescens, and Sphaerophorus globosus are part of the prominent lichenoflora of the Antarctic territory. In this work, we report the metabolomic identification of ethanolic extracts of these species, their antioxidant and cholinesterase enzyme inhibitory activity, and conduct a molecular docking analysis with typical compounds. Eighteen compounds were identified by UHPLC-ESI-QTOF-MS in L. brialmontii, 18 compounds in P. pubescens, and 14 compounds … URL EndNote Read more... 

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van den Boom P., Divakar P., Ertz D., Etayo J., Moberg R. & Sipman H. (2022): New or otherwise interesting records of lichens and lichenicolous fungi from mainland Ecuador and surroundings with descriptions of five new species - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 64: 417–450

Altogether 322 taxa of lichens and lichenicolous fungi are reported from Ecuador of which many are probably new records for the country. These include five species which are described as new to science: Bacidia andina, Bacidina pulverula, Distopyrenis epidiorygma, Pertusaria lucidotetra and P. pseudoparnassia. From the separately treated genera Lepra and Pertusaria, 12 species are recorded for Ecuador and/or other Neotropical countries. Notes on morphology, chemistry and ecology are given. Keywords: … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Joshi Y. (2022): A new species of Labrocarpon (Asterinales), a lichenicolous Ascomycota with submuriform ascospores from India - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 64: 285–291

During lichenicolous fungal studies in India, lichen genus Ochrolechia was found infected with a black lirellate fungus. Critical microscopical examination of the fungus revealed that it is a new species of Labrocarpon, which differs from L. canariense in having narrow exciple (15.0–20.0 µm vs 20.0–50.0 µm thick), 4-spored asci, 1-septate to submuriform, constricted ascospores with larger l/w value [(2.5–)2.9–3.4–3.9(–4.5) vs (1.9–)2.1–2.5(–2.8)], habitat preference (corticolous … URL EndNote Read more... 

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