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Muchnik E.E, Tsurykau A., Otte V., Breuss O., Gerasimova J.V. & Cherepenina D.A. (2022): New and otherwise noteworthy records of lichenized and lichenicolous fungi from central European Russia II - Herzogia, 35(2): 494–509

Records of fifteen species of lichenized and ten species of lichenicolous fungi are presented. Lecanora substerilis, Rufoplaca subpallida, Sarcogyne praetermissa and Verrucaria fuscoatroides are reported as new for Russia. Didymocyrtis epiphyscia s. lat., Epithamnolia longicladoniae, Lecanora barkmaniana and Sclerococcum epicladonia are new for the European part of Russia, and Arthonia phaeophysciae, Bacidina mendax, Cladonia novochlorophaea, Gyalecta carneola, Lichenoconium aeruginosum and Verrucaria … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Seaward M.R.D. & Amrani S. (2022): Checklist of lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Morocco - Herzogia, 35(2): 564–612

The lichen flora of Morocco has been the subject of two relatively recent checklists; that of Egea published in 1996 included 1,100 taxa, which was increased to 1,211 in 2013 by Ajaj and his collaborators. As a result of recent field-work, a detailed survey of herbarium catalogues, and the significant number of changes in nomenclature that have occurred since these two publications, an updated checklist consisting of 1287 taxa (1237 lichens and 50 lichenicolous and allied fungi) was necessary. URL EndNote Read more... 

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Kaltenböck M., Hafellner J., Malíček J. & Mayrhofer H. (2022): A contribution to the diversity of lichens and lichenicolous fungi in North Macedonian mountainous areas - Herzogia, 35(2): 541–563

A field trip was carried out in summer 2017 with emphasis on mountain peak sites in six mountain ranges of North Macedonia: Kajmakčalan, Korab, Kožuf, Mokra Planina, Pelister, and Šar Planina. The fieldwork resulted in an output of c. 1200 samples. 419 taxa were identified, including 123 lichens, 17 lichenicolous fungi, and one non-lichenized fungus that are all new for the country. Sixteen lichens are new for the Balkan Peninsula: Allocetraria madreporiformis, Aspicilia supertegens, Caloplaca … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Schiefelbein U., Knudsen K. & Malíček J. (2022): Revision von Belegen der Flechtengattungen Acarospora, Lecanora und Ramalina aus dem einstigen Privatherbarium von Ludwig Meinunger - Herzogia, 35(2): 462–466

Specimens of the genus Acarospora as well as of Lecanora hybocarpa, L. sinuosa and Ramalina baltica from the former private herbarium of Ludwig Meinunger were revised. The here published specimens of Acarospora intermedia are the first records for the German landscape units Mecklenburgisches Rückland (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern), Main- Tauber-Gebiet (Bavaria) und Vogtland (Thuringia). The occurrences of Acarospora gallica, A. rugulosa and Lecanora sinuosa in Thuringia were confirmed. Lecanora hybocarpa … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Himelbrant D., Stepanchikova I., Andreev M., Korolev K., Konoreva L., Chesnokov S. & Petrenko D. (2022): New and noteworthy lichenized and lichen associated fungi from the Kaliningrad region (former Ostpreußen) - Herzogia, 35(2): 475–493

New and noteworthy records from lichenological fieldwork conducted in 2020 in the southeastern part of the Kaliningrad region (former Ostpreußen) are presented, mainly from Vishtynetsky Nature Park. Altogether 33 species are new to the Kaliningrad region, including Zwackhia sorediifera new to Russia. Lecidella subviridis is new to European Russia outside of the Caucasus. Twelve species, which are rare or protected in the region, are also treated. Most lichen species, also rare and threatened … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Fayyaz I., Afshan N., Iftikhar F., Rehman Niazi A. & Khalid A.N. (2022): A new species of the lichen genus Buellia (lichenized Ascomycota, Caliciaceae) from Pakistan - Herzogia, 35(2): 613–620

Buellia densipruinosa from the Himalayan moist temperate forest in Pakistan is described as new to science. nrITS sequences confirm its position within the genus Buellia and, together with its morphology and chemistry, suggest its distinction from other species of this genus. The taxon is characterized by a gray to grayish black thallus, plane to slightly concave apothecia, 1.5–3 mm wide with a pruinose disc, a hymenium 90–150 μm high, 1-septate ascospores, 7.3‒12 × 3‒4.5 μm, and by … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Burgaz A.R., Márquez R. & Pino-Bodas R. (2022): The Cladoniaceae (Lecanorales, Ascomycota) from Bulgaria - Herzogia, 35(2): 510–540

A study of the Cladoniaceae has been carried out in Bulgaria, based on new collections from 61 different localities. Thirty five species were found (34 Cladonia and 1 Pycnothelia species), seven of which are new records to Bulgaria, Cladonia asahinae, C. conista, C. cyathomorpha, C. diversa, C. magyarica, C. novochlorophaea and C. peziziformis. As a result of this study the total number of Bulgarian Cladoniaceae species rises to 55, belonging to two genera, Cladonia and Pycnothelia. Our study … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Poengsungnoen V., Meethong U., Buaruang K., Boonpragob K. & Lumbsch H.T. (2022): New records of corticolous and foliicolous lichens from Thailand - Herzogia, 35(2): 621–629

Seven species of corticolous and foliicolous lichens are recorded for the first time for Thailand. Four species are new to Asia: Acanthotrema brasilianum, Cruentotrema amazonum, Microtheliopsis uniseptata, and Ocellularia petrinensis. Asteristion cupulare is new to Southeast Asia, whereas Fellhanera semecarpi and Phylloblastia mucronata are new to Thailand. The genera Acanthotrema and Phylloblastia have not previously been reported from Thailand. The total number of lichen species known from … URL EndNote Read more... 

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van den Boom P.P.G. & Elix J.A. (2022): New records of buellioid (Caliciaceae, Ascomycota) and Rinodina lichens (Physciaceae, Ascomycota) from the Caribbean and Ecuador - Herzogia, 35(2): 630–635

We report 18 species in the genera Amandinea, Buellia, Orcularia and Rinodina, recorded from several areas in the Neotropics, including Bonaire, Curaçao and Saint Lucia in the Caribbean and Ecuador from continental South America. The new combination Amandinea yaucoensis (Vain.) Elix & van den Boom is proposed. Keywords: Biodiversity, lichenized Ascomycota, Caliciaceae, Physciaceae, taxonomy. URL EndNote Read more... 

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Zhurbenko M.P. (2022): Endococcus grumantianus sp. nov. (Ascomycota, Verrucariales) from Svalbard, with a key to Endococcus species growing on terricolous lichens - Herzogia, 35(2): 656–663

Endococcus grumantianus, a pyrenomycete growing on the lichen Steinia geophana as part of the soil crust, next to cyanobacteria, is described as new to science from the arctic tundra of Svalbard. The species is characterized by well-developed periphysoids, and verruculose, mainly heteropolar, relatively large ascospores, (14−)16−21(−27.5) × (6−)7.5−9.5(−11) μm, usually with one, but occasionally with 2−3 septa, which is an exception in this genus. A key for 14 Endococcus species … URL EndNote Read more... 

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