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Khodosovtsev A. & Kuzemko A. (2023): First records of Anema nodulosum, A. tumidulum, and Pyrenocarpon thelostomum (Lichinales, Lichinaceae) in Ukraine and a contribution to Collematetea cristati communities - Український ботанічний журнал [Ukrainian Botanical Journal], 80(1): 98–107

Three new for Ukraine species, Anema tumidulum, A. nodulosum, and Pyrenocarpon thelostomum (Lichinales, Lichinaceae), are reported. They were found in the Dnister Canyon, on the S and W exposed cliff surfaces where water tracks formed 'a black zone' of the Collematetea cristati class. Other species forming these communities are Anema decipiens, Psorotichia schaereri, Peccania coralloides, Thallinocarpon nigritellum, Thyrea confusa, and Verrucaria nigrescens s. l. The analyzed dataset included three … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Ravera S., Puglisi M., Vizzini A., Totti C., Azzella M.M., Bacilliere G., Bolpagni R., Breuss O., Cogoni A., De Giuseppe A.B., Fačkovcová Z., Faltner F., Gheza G., Giordani P., Isocrono D., Mair P., Malíček J., Marino P., Mayrhofer H., Nascimbene J., Ongaro S., Paoli L., Passalacqua N.G., Poponessi S., Puntillo D., Raimondo F.M., Sicoli G. & Tratter W. (2023): Notulae to the Italian flora of algae, bryophtes [sic!], fungi and lichens: 15 - Italian Botanist, 15: 35–47

In this contribution, new data concerning algae, bryophytes, fungi and lichens of the Italian flora are presented. It includes new records and confirmations for the algal genus Nitella, for the bryophyte genera Anthoceros, Dicranodontium, Fontinalis, and Riccia, the fungal genera Inocybe and Xerophorus, and the lichen genera Bagliettoa, Biatora, Calicium, Cladonia, Coniocarpon, Lecanora, Opegrapha, Placynthium, Rhizocarpon, Scytinium, Solenopsora, Stereocaulon, and Verrucaria. Keywords: Ascomycota, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Vlasov D.Y., Zelenskaya M.S., Sazanova K.V., Schigorets S.B., Izatulina A.R., Rodina O.A., Stepanchikova I.S., Vlasov A.D., Polyanskaya E.I., Davydov D.A., Miklashevich E.A., Pavlova O.A. & Frank-Kamenetskaya O.V. (2023): Diversity and significance of lithobiotic communities at the Tomskaya Pisanitsa rock art site - Contemporary Problems of Ecology, 16: 173–188

[Original Russian text published in Sibirskii Ekologicheskii Zhurnal, 2023, No. 2, pp. 205–224.] The processes of biodeterioration of the unique Tomskaya Pisanitsa monument of rock art in Western Siberia have been studied by a complex of biological and mineralogical methods. The species composition of the lithobiotic community (bacteria, fungi, and lichens) is identified using a complex of cultural, morphological, and molecular genetic methods. It is shown that the destruction of the monument … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Fayyaz I., Iqbal M., Afshan N., Niazi A. & Khalid A. (2023): Taxonomic and phylogenetic study of the genus Diploschistes (Ostropales, Thelotremataceae) reveals one new species from Pakistan - Acta Botanica Brasilica, 37: e20220125

Diploschistes pakistanicus 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 separate from other species of this genus. The taxon is characterized by grey to greyish white pruinose thallus, perithecioid-type ascomata, small apothecia 0.1-0.4 mm wide, hypothecium 20-25 mu m thick, ascus of 85-110 x 9-17 mu m in size, 3-5 transverse and 2-4 longitudinal … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Ndhlovu N.T., Minibayeva F., Smith F.R. & Beckett R.P. (2023): Lichen substances are more important for photoprotection in sun than shade collections of lichens from the same species - Bryologist, 126(2): 180–190

Photosynthetic organisms possess a great diversity of mechanisms to protect themselves from the potentially stressful effects of high PAR (photosynthetically active radiation). A distinctive response to longer term exposure to high levels of PAR in lichens is the synthesis of a variety of substances in the upper cortex that can protect photobionts from photoinhibition. In the present study, lichen substances were removed harmlessly from lichens using the ‘‘acetone rinsing’’ method. This … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Firdous Q., de Souza M.F., Aptroot A. & Khalid A.N. (2023): Some Physciaceae lichens from Pakistan - Lindbergia, 46: linbg.01171 [8 p.]

This study aims to update the number of Phyciaceae lichens from Pakistan. Several new records have been added to the lichen flora of Pakistan, collected from different biomes. However, the lichen specimens for this study were collected from the country’s cold temperate and humid subtropical climate eco-zones. A taxonomic treatment, including a description based on the newly collected material, is provided along with molecular phylogenetic analysis. Physcia biziana, Physciella nepalensis and Physconia … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Rączkowska Z. (2023): The Carpathians. – In: Oliva, M., Nývlt, D. & Fernández-Fernández, J. M. (eds.), Periglacial landscapes of Europe - Cham: Springer, pp. 253–279

The Carpathian arc runs for a distance of 1500 km between latitudes 50°N and 44°N and longitudes 17° E and 27° E across the territory of seven countries (UNEP 2007). The area is divided into the Western Carpathians, Eastern Carpathians, Southern Carpathians and Western Romanian Carpathians (Fig. 1; Kondracki 1989). The highest elevations occur in the Tatras (Gerlachovský štít 2655 m a.s.l.) and the Fa ̆ga ̆ras ̧ (Moldoveanu 2544 m a.s.l.). The Carpathians are a segment of the Alpine system, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Migoń P. & Waroszewski J. (2023): The Central European Variscan Ranges. – In: Oliva, M., Nývlt, D. & Fernández-Fernández, J. M. (eds.), Periglacial landscapes of Europe - Cham: Springer., pp. 225–251

The area named as the Central European Variscan ranges refers to the latitudinal belt of medium–high mountain terrains and intervening uplands that stretches between the River Rhine in the west and the Carpathians in the east (Fig. 1). Geologically, they are predominantly built of Proterozoic and Early Palaeozoic rocks of different origin and belonging to different terranes, which were later altered to form large metamor- phic complexes, amalgamated, and intruded by magmatic bodies of various size, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Davydov E.A., Kosachev P., Golyakov P., Zalutsky T., Svirin E., Kudrov O., Pavlova P., Storozhenko Yu., Yakovchenko L. & Yakovlev R. (2023): New and noteworthy records of Plants, Lichens and Lepidoptera in Altai Territory and Republic of Altai (Southern Siberia) - Acta Biologica Sibirica, 9: 243–264

New localities for six species of plants (Achillea schmakovii, Botrychium lunaria, Cystopteris altajensis, Euphrasia altaica, Agrostis tuvinica and Calamagrostis × thyrsoidea), five species of lichens (Bacidina phacodes, Leptogium burnetiae, Melanelixia albertana, Tuckermannopsis chlorophylla, Tetramelas chloroleucus) and nine species of Lepidoptera (Parnassius apollo, Lampides boeticus, Limenitis sydyi, Maniola jurtina, Erebia kindermanni, Eudia pavonia, Proserpinus proserpina, Macroglossum stellatarum, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Porada P., Bader M.Y., Berdugo M.B., Colesie C., Ellis C.J., Giordani P., Herzschuh U., Ma Z., Launiainen L., Nascimbene J., Petersen I., Quílez J.R., Rodríguez-Caballero E., Rousk K., Sancho L.G., Scheidegger C., Seitz S., Van Stan II J.T., Veste M., Weber B. & Weston D.J. (2023): A research agenda for nonvascular photoautotrophs under climate change - New Phytologist, 237: 1495–1504

Non‐vascular photoautotrophs (NVP), including bryophytes, lichens, terrestrial algae, and cyanobacteria, are increasingly recognized as being essential to ecosystem functioning in many regions of the world. Current research suggests that climate change may pose a substantial threat to NVP, but it is highly uncertain to what extent this will affect the associated ecosystem functions and services. Here, we propose a research agenda to address this urgent question, focusing on physiological and ecological … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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