Page 3525 of 3633 Results 35241 - 35250 of 36327
Id/Author/Year/TitleOrder by:  Year  Id  Author  Title
34903
Khodosovtsev A., Darmostuk V., Prylutskyi O. & Kuzemko A. (2022): Silicicolous lichen communities of the Ukrainian Crystalline Shield - Applied Vegetation Science, 25: e12699 [20 p.]

Questions: How many different silicicolous lichen syntaxa occur on the Ukrainian Crystalline Shield and what ecological factors are influencing their distribution? Location: Ukrainian Crystalline Shield, Steppe and Forest–Steppe zones, Ukraine. Methods: The field research was performed during 2013–2020. Analysis was done with the JUICE software using agglomerative hierarchical cluster analysis in the integrated PC-Ord with data transformation, pseudospecies cut levels 0–5– 25, distance measure … URL EndNote Read more... 

34904
Brinker S., Evankow A.M. & Timdal E. (2022): Rhizoplaca ouimetensis sp. nov. (Lecanoraceae) from Ontario, the first sorediate species in the genus - Bryologist, 125(4): 513–523

Rhizoplaca ouimetensis is described new to science, growing on outcrops of diabase sills in the Lake Superior region of Ontario, Canada. It is the first known sorediate species of the genus, and a phylogenetic reconstruction based on the ITS and mtSSU markers place it in the R. chrysoleuca group. Morphologically, however, it resembles sorediate, yellow-green species of Lecanora with usnic acid, e.g., L. handelii and L. soralifera, but differs from those in forming larger, often pulvinate or minutely … URL EndNote Read more... 

34905
Lendemer J.C. (2022): Recent literature on lichens—267 - Bryologist, 125(4): 649–655

Bibliography URL EndNote Read more... 

34906
Hollinger J., Noell N., Gasparyan A., Rockefeller A. & Leavitt S.D. (2022): Two new species of Anaptychia (Physciaceae) from western North America, with notes on the other species of section Protoanaptychia - Bryologist, 125(4): 571–601

Two new species belonging to the lichen genus Anaptychia are described from western North America. Anaptychia nevadensis is superficially similar to the Eurasian A. desertorum but is distinguished by having longer ascospores, in producing scant pruina only near the lobe tips, and in regularly producing variolaric acid. Anaptychia roemerioides is described to accommodate North American material which has previously been called A. ulotrichoides. It is macro-morphologically identical to the Asian … URL EndNote Read more... 

34907
Miranda-González R., Bungartz F., Lücking R., Gaya E., Mendonça C.O., Viñas-Portilla C., Cáceres M.E.S. & Herrera-Campos M.A. (2022): Phylogeny of the Pyrenula ochraceoflava group (Pyrenulaceae) reveals near-cryptic diversification and the inclusion of the Mazaediothecium album aggregate - Bryologist, 125(4): 541–557

In this study we present an analysis of the Pyrenula ochraceoflava group (Pyrenulaceae), focusing on the Neotropics and based on morphological, chemical, and molecular data of the mtSSU, nuLSU and ITS markers. We described three new species from tropical dry forests of Mexico, confirm the monophyly of the P. ochraceoflava group and provide evidence for the inclusion of species currently placed in the genus Mazaediothecium within Pyrenula. Pyrenula aurantiacoretis sp. nov. is characterized by … URL EndNote Read more... 

34912
Orange A. (2022): The crustose species of Normandina (Verrucariaceae) - Lichenologist, 54(6): 371–378

Normandina acroglypta, as recently circumbscribed, is shown to comprise two species: N. acroglypta s. str. with subsquamulose marginal areoles, two unidentified terpenoids by thin-layer chromatography, and growing over rock; and N. chlorococca, with convex marginal areoles, zeorin or no substances detected by thin-layer chromatography, and growing over bark. Normandina dictyospora is newly described from the Falkland Islands and is characterized by relatively large, submuriform ascospores, and no … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

34913
Richardson D. (2022): The Secret World of Lichens: A Young Naturalist's Guide By Troy McMullin. 2022. Firefly Books, Buffalo, New York, USA, and Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada. Pp 48, over 50 colour photographs and illustrations, 20 × 20 cm. ISBN 13:978-0=2281-0398-1, Softbound. Widely available, including from Blackwell's and Amazon ($19.75 + postage) - Lichenologist, 54(6): 389–390

book review URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

34910
Fayyaz I., Afshan N. & Khalid A. (2022): Phaeophyscia kashmirensis sp. nov. (Lecanorales, Physciaceae) from Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan - Lichenologist, 54(6): 355–361

A new species in the genus Phaeophyscia is described from Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan, supported by nrITS sequences, morphology and chemistry. The taxon is characterized by a green to greyish green thallus, usually narrow (0.5–2 mm), flat to convex lobes with abundant marginal soralia, black, dense small rhizines, small Physcia-type ascospores 18–22 × 8–10 μm and an absence of pycnidia. Differences from related species are discussed. moist temperate forest, molecular studies, Muzaffarabad, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

34911
Mamut R., Jiamahat A. & Abbas A. (2022): Lecidea glacierensis (Lecideaceae), a new lichen species from China revealed by morphology and molecular phylogenetics - Lichenologist, 54(6): 363–369

According to morphological and molecular data, a new species of Lecidea s. str., Lecidea glacierensis, is described from Xinjiang Province, China. It is distinctive due to its well-developed, regularly areolate to bullate thallus, and its habitat on calciferous rocks. This species was collected mostly in the area of Tianshan No.1 Glacier, which is located at an elevation of 3454 m and c. 118 km south-west of Urumqi and is considered to be one of the most important dryland glacier areas in Asia. An … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

34909
Ellis C. (2022): A hypervolume approach to niche specialism, tested for the old-growth indicator status of calicioids - Lichenologist, 54(6): 379–387

Certain lichen epiphytes are restricted to old-growth forest stands with long ‘ecological continuity’, explained by i) niche specialism and their dependence on microhabitats associated with old stands including veteran or senescent trees, and/or ii) dispersal limitation with probabilities of colonization being relaxed over extended time periods. ‘Calicioid’ species are among the most important old-growth indicators, yet they reproduce sexually via small spores that appear widely dispersed … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

Page 3525 of 3633 Results 35241 - 35250 of 36327