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Zulfiqar R., Asghar H.S. & Khalid A.N. (2023): New species of genus Oxneriaria S.Y.Kondr. & Lőkös (lichenized Ascomycota, Megasporaceae) from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan - Cryptogamie, Mycologie, 44(8): 109–116

Oxneriaria immersa H.S.Asghar, R.Zulfiqar & Khalid, sp. nov. and O. insignis R.Zulfiqar & Khalid, sp. nov. (Megasporaceae) are described here as new to science, both characterized by their elongating/spreading marginal areoles. The distinguishing features of O. immersa H.S.Asghar, R.Zulfiqar & Khalid, sp. nov. are poriform-aspicilioid apothecial discs, a smaller hymenium and hypothecium (90-100 and 50-70 µm, respectively) and larger ascospores (20-25×10-15 µm). The key characters of O. insignis … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Buyens I.P.R., Raath-Krüger M.J., Haddad W.A. & le Roux P.C. (2023): Fine-scale variation in the effect of the cushion plant Azorella selago on vascular plants, mosses, hepatics and lichens in the sub-Antarctic - Journal of Vegetation Science, 34: e13200 [16 p.]

Question: Plant–plant interactions can strongly influence community structure and composition. The outcome of these interactions can vary considerably across space and is often linked to environmental conditions, with, for example, a higher prevalence of facilitative interactions typically being observed under greater environmental severity. To date, most studies have documented shifts from competitive to facilitative (or neutral) plant–plant and plant–lichen interactions along gradients … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Diekmann M., Heinken T., Becker T., Dörfler I., Heinrichs S., Leuschner C., Peppler-Lisbach C., Osthaus M., Schmidt W., Strubelt I. & Wagner E.-R. (2023): Resurvey studies of terricolous bryophytes and lichens indicate a widespread nutrient enrichment in German forests - Journal of Vegetation Science, 34: e13201 [12 p.]

Questions: Vegetation resurveys, both single studies and meta-analyses, have predominantly been based on vascular plant data while bryophytes and lichens have largely been neglected. Our study aims to fill this gap and addresses the following research questions: has the overall species richness of terricolous bryophytes and lichens in forests changed over time? Which are the winners and losers among single species and ecological species groups? Do the results give a signal of the impact of nutrient … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Fraga Junior C.A.V., Gumboski E.L., Feuerstein S.C., Cáceres M.E.S., Aptroot A. & Magnago A.C. (2023): Funga Capixaba: Ascomycota and lichen-forming fungi - Rodriguésia, 74: e00692022 [6 p.]

The “Funga Capixaba” have been overlooked for a very long time, leading to a gap in the local mycological knowledge. In order to create a preliminary and updated list of Ascomycetes and lichen-forming fungi from Espírito Santo state, Brazil we reviewed all specimens deposited in the VIES Herbarium and key references of former mycological studies. In our list, we report a total of 528 species belonging to 173 genera and 65 families. 422 are new records for Espírito Santo state, six species, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Käffer M.I., Port R.K. & Schmitt J.L. (2023): Distinct lichen community in riparian forests along an anthropogenic disturbance gradient in Southern Brazil - Rodriguésia, 74: e01332021 [11 p.]

The riparian forest sustains an expressive richness and diversity of species and anthropogenic impacts in certain sites have caused changes in the structure of the communities. This study aimed to analyze the composition and structural parameters of the lichen community in riparian forests. The study was carried out in seven sites surrounded by different matrices: rural, urban and industrial. The lichens were mapped using the acetate method and the composition and phytosociological parameters were … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Crous P., Osieck E., Shivas R., Tan Y., Bishop-Hurley S., Esteve-Raventós F., Larsson E., Luangsa-ard J.J., Pancorbo F., Balashov S., Baseia I.G., Boekhout T., Chandranayaka S., Cowan D.A., Cruz R.H.S.F., Czachura P., De la Peña-Lastra S., Dovana F., Drury B., Fell J., Flakus A., Fotedar R., Jurjević Ž., Kolecka A., Mack J., Maggs-Kölling G., Mahadevakumar S., Mateos A., Mongkolsamrit S., Noisripoom W., Plaza M., Overy D.P., Pitek M., Sandoval-Denis M., Vauras J., Wingfield M.J., Abell S.E., Ahmadpour A., Akulov A., Alavi F., Alavi Z., Altés A., Alvarado P., Anand G., Ashtekar N., Assyov B., Banc-Prandi G., Barbosa K.D., Barreto G.G., Bellanger J.M., Bezerra J.L., Bhat D.J., Bilański P., Bose T., Bozok F., Chaves J., Costa-Rezende D.H., Danteswari C., Darmostuk V., Delgado G., Denman S., Eichmeier A., Etayo J., Eyssartier G., Faulwetter S., Ganga K.G.G., Ghosta Y., Goh J., Góis J.S., Gramaje D., Granit L., Groenewald M., Gulden G., Gusmão L.F.P., Hammerbacher A., Heidarian Z., Hywel-Jones N., Jankowiak R., Kaliyaperumal M., Kaygusuz O., Kezo K., Khonsanit A., Kumar S., Kuo C.H., Laessøe T., Latha K.P.D., Loizides M., Luo S.M., Maciá-Vicente J.G., Manimohan P., Marbach P.A.S., Marinho P., Marney T.S., Marques G., Martín M.P., Miller A.N., Mondello F., Moreno G., Mufeeda K.T., Mun H.Y., Nau T., Nkomo T., Okrasińska A., Oliveira J.P.A.F., Oliveira R.L., Ortiz D.A., Pawłowska J., Pérez-De-Gregorio M.À., Podile A.R., Portugal A., Privitera N., Rajeshkumar K.C., Rauf I., Rian B., Rigueiro-Rodríguez A., Rivas-Torres G.F., Rodriguez-Flakus P., Romero-Gordillo M., Saar I., Saba M., Santos C.D., Sarma P.V.S.R.N., Siquier J.L., Sleiman S., Spetik M., Sridhar K.R., Stryjak-Bogacka M., Szczepańska K., Taşikn H., Tennakoon D.S., Thanakitpipattana D., Trovão J., Türkekul A., van Iperen A.L., van 't Hof P., Vasquez G., Visagie C.M., Wingfield B.D., Wong P.T.W., Yang W.X., Yarar M., Yarden O., Yilmaz N., Zhang N., Zhu Y.N. & Groenewald J.Z. (2023): Fungal Planet Description Sheets: 1478–1549 - Persoonia, 50: 158–310

Novel species of fungi described in this study include those from various countries as follows: Australia, Aschersonia mackerrasiae on whitefly, Cladosporium corticola on bark of Melaleuca quinquenervia, Penicillium nudgee from soil under Melaleuca quinquenervia, Pseudocercospora blackwoodiae on leaf spot of Persoonia falcata, and Pseudocercospora dalyelliae on leaf spot of Senna alata. Bolivia, Aspicilia lutzoniana on fully submersed siliceous schist in high-mountain streams, and Niesslia parviseta … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Andersen H.L. & Tønsberg T. (2023): (2968) Proposal to conserve the name Fuscidea against Maronea (lichenized Ascomycota) - Taxon, 72(4): 925–926

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Wilk K. (2023): New species of Tayloriellina (lichenized Ascomycota, Teloschistaceae) from Bolivia - Phytotaxa, 616(2): 183–188

A new species is described in the genus Tayloriellina from the Bolivian dry Inter-Andean Valleys. Tayloriellina malmeana sp. nov. is characterized by an orange-yellow to creamy/gray, areolate-subsquamulose to granulose thallus, numerous apothecia with intensive orange discs, which dominate the thallus, and the presence of scarce globose isidia, concolorous with the thallus. The new species forms a sister lineage with T. microphyllina, reflecting their geographic origins in the Americas. Both taxa … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Moncada B., Rincón-Murillo D. & Lücking R. (2023): Three new lobarioid lichens (lichenized Ascomycota: Peltigeraceae) from Colombia in memory of Enrique Forero - Revista de la Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales, 47(184): 619–640

We describe three new species of lobarioid Peltigeraceae from Colombia in memory of our mentor, colleague, and friend, Enrique Forero González, who recently passed away. Enrique was an outstanding Colombian scientist known for his contributions to botany, plant conservation, and the design of science policy. The three new species belong to Lobariella, Sticta, and Yoshimuriella, the country’s three most species-rich genera of lobarioid Peltigeraceae. Lobariella foreroana sp. nov., from the … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Capozzi F., Sorrentino M.C., Granata A., Vergara A., Alberico M., Rossi M., Spagnuolo V. & Giordano S. (2023): Optimizing moss and lichen transplants as biomonitors of airborne anthropogenic microfibers - Biology, 12(10): 1278 [13 p.]

Anthropogenic microfibers (mfs) are synthetic particles composed of cellulose (cotton, rayon, acetate, etc.) or petrochemical-based polymers (i.e., microplastics—MPs) that are less than 5 mm in length. The accumulation of mfs, including MPs, in the moss Hypnum cupressiforme and the lichen Pseudevernia furfuracea was compared in a transplant experiment lasting 6 weeks. We also tested the effects of the bag used for transplants on the accumulation of mfs. Anthropogenic particles trapped by both biomonitors … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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