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Qiu L.-L. & Lü L. (2022): Lecanora moniliformis sp. nov. from China - Mycotaxon, 137(3): 465–469

A new multispored Lecanora species from China is proposed as L. moniliformis, which is similar to L. japonica but differs by its crenate apothecial margin and the presence of psoromic acid. A detailed taxonomic description, ecological and chemical characters, and illustrations are provided for the new taxon, and a key to the multispored species of Lecanora is presented. Keywords: 16-spored; east Asia; Lecanoraceae; lichenized fungi; taxonomy. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Zhao Y.-F. & Jia Z.-F. (2022): Astrothelium subsiamense sp. nov. from Fujian, China - Mycotaxon, 137(3): 477–484

A new species, Astrothelium subsiamense from China, is described based on morphological, chemical, and molecular analyses. The new lichen is most similar to A. siamense but differs in its 3-septate and smaller ascospores. Its relationship with other Astrothelium spp. is presented, based on molecular phylogeny, and a key to the Astrothelium species recorded in China is also provided. Key words—lichenized fungi, taxonomy, South China, Trypetheliaceae, Trypetheliales. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Pennycook S.R. (2022): Gender of fungal generic names ending in –trema - Mycotaxon, 137(3): 545–554

Fungal generic names ending in –trema are reviewed. Most are derived from the latinised Greek neuter noun meaning "perforation; aperture; opening; orifice." However, some are Latin feminine, with –trema referring to a relationship or similarity to Tremella. Key words—etymology, epithet gender, lichens, nomenclature, Tremellales. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Darmostuk V.V., Khodosovtsev A.Ye. & Kostikov I.Yu. (2022): First lichenicolous records of Chaetopyrena penicillata - Mycotaxon, 137(3): 591–602

Chaetopyrena penicillata is reported for the first time as a lichenicolous fungus. A culture and a sequence were obtained from material growing on Xanthoria parietina. Features of the culture on PDA and MEA, the ecology and geography, and the phylogenetic position within Didymellaceae based on an ITS sequence are given. A key to the lichenicolous coelomycetes with setose pycnidia is also provided. Key words—coelomycete, Pleosporales, setose fungi, Southern Ukraine. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Sharma S., Joseph S. & Nayaka S. (2022): New records and hosts of lichenicolous fungi from India - Mycotaxon, 137(3): 603–614

Eight lichenicolous fungi are reported as new records from India: Cladophialophora aff. megalosporae, Nesolechia falcispora, Phacopsis oxyspora var. defecta, Punctelia oxyspora, Sclerococcum phaeophysciae, Scutula epiblastematica, Spirographa lichenicola, and Zwackhiomyces kantvilasii. Also reported are new hosts for Cladophialophora aff. megalosporae, Nesolechia falcispora, Sclerococcum phaeophysciae, Scutula epiblastematica, and Zwackhiomyces kantvilasii. Key words—biodiversity, Lecanorales, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Fadnes P. (2022): Sjeldne og rødlistede skorpelav i kystregnskogen i Sunnhordland [Rare and redlisted lichens in the coastal rainforest in South-Western Norway] - Blyttia, 80: 260–271

[in Norwegian with English abstract: ] This article describes 12 species of rare and redlisted crustose lichens which are more or less common in the coastal pine forests in the south-western part of Norway, normally referred to as boreonemoral rainforests due to their occurrence in the boreonemoral climatic zone. Many locations are relatively rich in deciduous trees where these specified lichens are growing on branches and stems of these. The lichens in question are referred to as diagnostic … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Díaz-Escandón D., Tagirdzhanova G., Vanderpool D., Allen C.C.G., Aptroot A., Češka O., Hawksworth D.L., Huereca A., Knudsen K., Kocourková J., Lücking R., Resl P. & Spribille T. (2022): Genome-level analyses resolve an ancient lineage of symbiotic ascomycetes - Current Biology, 32: 5209–5218

Ascomycota account for about two-thirds of named fungal species. Over 98% of known Ascomycota belong to the Pezizomycotina, including many economically important species as well as diverse pathogens, decomposers, and mutualistic symbionts. Our understanding of Pezizomycotina evolution has until now been based on sampling traditionally well-defined taxonomic classes. However, considerable diversity exists in undersampled and uncultured, putatively early-diverging lineages, and the effect of these … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Oboňa J., Demková L., Bobuľská L., Lošák T. & Manko P. (2022): Search of pattern in presence of epiphytic lichens growing in an urban environment – case study in Prešov city (Slovakia) - Biodiversity and Environment, 14: 4–9

Lichens are sensitive organisms, widely applied in air quality assessments and monitoring programs around the world. Traffic emissions or articulate matter influence the pattern in presence of lichens on roadside trees. The research of epiphytic lichens in Prešov city (Slovakia) was conducted in 17 near-road localities (three trees per locality). The traffic density, selected tree parameters, lichen density, and presence in research squares (15 x 15 cm) on 4 sides of the tree (side in the direction … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Guttová A. (2022): Overený výskyt diskovky zakrivenej (Arctoparmelia incurva, Parmeliaceae) v prírodnej rezervácii Kamenné more (Štiavnické vrchy) [Verified occurrence of Arctoparmelia incurva (Parmeliaceae) in Nature Reserve Kamenné more (Štiavnické vrchy Mts)] - Bulletin Slovenskej botanickej spoločnosti, 144: 161–165

The blockfield within the Nature Reserve Kamenné more above the village of Vyhne (Štiavnické vrchy Mts) extends on the slopes of Kamenná Mt (elevation 502 m) in an altitude gradient from 360–500 m. It represents an island with the occurrence of boreal species in the middle of an area with a strong representation of thermophilic species. In 1987, Ivan Pišút recorded several noteworthy lichens, including boreal elements Arctoparmelia incurva and Melanelia stygia. This contribution provides … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Fayyaz I., Afshan N., Iftikhar F., Niazi A. & Khalid A. (2022): Diploschistes viridis sp. nov. (Lichenized Ascomycota, Thelotremataceae) from Pakistan - Biology Bulletin, 49(SUPPL 3): S77-S82

Diploschistes viridis sp. nov. is described from the Himalayan moist temperate forest, Pakistan. ITS sequences confirm its position within the genus Diploschistes and, together with its morphology and chemistry, suggest that it is distinct from other species of this genus. The taxon is characterized by the light green to greenish gray epruinose thallus, small apothecia 0.2-0.5 mm wide, small areoles 0.4-0.7 mm, hymenium 140-165 mu m high, 3-4 transverse and 1-3 longitudinal septa in large ascospores … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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