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Dietrich M., Blaise P., Frey D., Gabathuler M., Keller C., Mayrhofer H., von Hirschheydt G. & Vust M. (2023): Beiträge zur lichenologischen Erforschung der Schweiz – Folge 5 - Meylania, 72: 5–17

Contributions to the lichenological exploration of Switzerland, 5. The fifth contribution presents six lichens new to Switzerland (Bacidina pycnidiata, Kuettlingeria areolata, Lecidea coriacea, Phaeophyscia rubropulchra, Rinodina poeltiana, R. subpariata), as well as new localities of Biatorella microhaema, Dactylina ramulosa, Leptogium burnetiae and Tetramelas triphragmioides. URL EndNote Read more... 

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Taer E.C., Dal Forno M., Moncada B., Amoroso V.B. & Coritico F.P. (2023): Lichens across land use types of Mt. Musuan, Bukidnon, southern Philippines - Philippine Journal of Science, 152(6A): 2077–2086

Explorations on the knowledge and biodiversity of Philippine lichen fungi have progressed recently. However, comparatively little attention has been given to the species composition along a lowland secondary forest ecosystem. Thus, the study aimed to provide information on the occurrence of lichen species in relation to various land use types of Mt. Musuan of Mindanao Island, surrounded by forest fragments and cultivated agricultural areas. A series of transect walks and opportunistic sampling revealed … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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van der Kolk H.J., Timans H., Boers J. & Sparrius L.B. (2023): A new species of Thelocarpon from Dutch quarries, with a worldwide key to the species of the genus - The Lichenologist, 55(6): 481-488

Thelocarpon periphysatum sp. nov. is described from marl quarries in the Netherlands. The species is characterized by perithecioid ascomata that have a green-yellowish ring around the ostiole, abundant periphyses and periphysoids that are up to 120 μm long, the absence of paraphyses and the wide, oblong and often somewhat asymmetrical ascospores. The perithecia are immersed in black cyanobacterial crusts on calcareous rocks. A worldwide key is provided to the 30 species of Thelocarpon that are currently … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Gerlach A., Clerc P., Lücking R., Moncada B., Caballero Nobleza J., Ohmura Y. & Dal Forno M. (2023): The genus Usnea (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) in the southern Philippines: a first phylogenetic approach - The Lichenologist, 55(6): 451-480

A first integrative survey of the genus Usnea in the southern Philippines, taking into account morphological, anatomical, chemical and molecular characters, resulted in the recognition of 20 taxa, including three species new to science: Usnea angulata Ach., U. baileyi (Stirt.) Zahlbr., U. bismolliuscula Zahlbr., U. brasiliensis (Zahlbr.) Motyka, U. confusa Asah., U. croceorubescens Stirt., U. dasaea Stirt., U. himalayana C. Bab., U. krogiana P. Clerc, U. longissima Ach., U. nidifica Taylor, U. norsticornuta … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Frolov I.V., Prokopiev I.A. & Konoreva L.A. (2023): Neoplaca mirabilis, a new genus and a new epigaeic species containing naphthopyrans from the family Teloschistaceae - The Lichenologist, 55(6): 443-450

The production of anthraquinones is a major characteristic of most species in the Teloschistaceae. Other secondary metabolites are quite rare in this family, but some species are known to produce depsides, depsidones, xanthones and usnic acid. A new monotypic genus, Neoplaca, with a new species N. mirabilis, is described from the subfamily Caloplacoideae of the family Teloschistaceae, lacking anthraquinones but containing the naphthopyrans simonyellin and consimonyellin. This is the first time this … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Myllys L., Pino-Bodas R., Velmala S., Wang L. & Goward T. (2023): Multi-locus phylogeny of Bryoria reveals recent diversification and unexpected diversity in section Divaricatae - The Lichenologist, 55(6): 497-517

In recent years, the genus Bryoria (Parmeliaceae, Lecanoromycetes) has been the subject of considerable phylogenetic scrutiny. Here we used information on six gene regions, three nuclear protein-coding markers (Mcm7, GAPDH and Tsr1), two nuclear ribosomal markers (ITS and IGS) and a partial mitochondrial small subunit (mtSSU), to examine infrageneric relationships in the genus and to assess species delimitation in the Bryoria bicolor/B. tenuis group in section Divaricatae. For this purpose, phylogenetic … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Miyazawa K. & Ohmura Y. (2023): Byssoloma orientale (Pilocarpaceae, Ascomycota), a new species from East Asia - The Lichenologist, 55(6): 489-495

A new species, Byssoloma orientale K. Miyaz. & Y. Ohmura, is described from East Asia. It is characterized by a minutely farinose light green thallus, apothecia with a well-developed byssoid margin that spreads laterally over the thallus surface, a pure black apothecial disc caused by the presence of an aeruginous pigment in the epithecium, (7–)9–12(–17)-septate cylindrical colourless ascospores, and oblong conidia. This species grows on living leaves as well as on tree bark. The molecular … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Vicol I. & Sahlean T.C. (2023): Conservation of unmanaged pan-European forest landscapes as a priority natural heritage for epiphytic lichens at different ecological and biogeographical scales - A review - Annals of Forest Research, 66(2): 17–32

The European forestry landscape represents an important priority for biodiversity and needs adequate management strategies. The main focus of this review is the importance of European forest areas for epiphytic lichen richness under the impact of different management practices assessed in the biogeographical and ecological regions of Europe. In total, 88 scientific articles were reviewed (based on the first author’s archive and by query in Web of Science), which examined epiphytic lichen … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Dal Forno M., Ellis C. & Myllys L. (2023): The Lichenologist Editor’s Choice Award - Lichenologist, 55: 441

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Ismailov A.B., Volobuev S.V. & Ivanushenko Yu.Yu. (2023): Alpha diversity of lichenized and aphyllophoroid fungi in two 1ha forest plots in the Samursky National Park (Republic of Dagestan, Russia) - South of Russia: ecology development , 18(4): 51–63

Aim: The results of the inventory of species composition of epiphytic lichens and aphyllophoroid fungi on two 1ha sample plots in lowland floodplain forests are presented. Such integrated studies of these groups of organisms are poorly known. Fungi, including lichenized fungi, are essential components of forest ecosystems. Data on their diversity and substrate distribution can provide important information on the condition and biological value of the forests studied. Material and Methods. The main … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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