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Chang R., Wang Y., Liu Y., Wang Y., Li S., Zhao G., Zhang S., Dai M., Zheng X., Bose T. & Si H. (2023): Nine new species of black lichenicolous fungi from the genus Cladophialophora (Chaetothyriales) from two different climatic zones of China - Frontiers in Microbiology, 14: 1191818 [16 p.]

Lichenicolous fungi are parasites of lichens. Many of these fungi are referred to as “black fungi”. A diversity of these black fungi include species that are pathogenic to humans and plants. A majority of black fungi reside in the phylum Ascomycota within the sub-classes Chaetothyriomycetidae and Dothideomycetidae. To explore the diversity of lichenicolous “black fungi” associated with lichens in China, we conducted several field surveys in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and Yunnan … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Makryi T.V. & Zheludeva E.V. (2023): Family Collemataceae in the lichen flora of the Magadan Region, Russia - Botanica Pacifica, 13(1): 1-6

The localities of sixteen species of cyanolichens of the family Collemataceae Zenker discovered in the Magadan Region are provided. Collema glebulentum (Cromb.) Degel. is recorded for the first time in the Russian Far East. Fourteen species are new for the Magadan Region. Collema furfuraceum (Arn.) DR., C. subflac­cidum Degel., Leptogium saturninum (Dicks.) Nyl., Rostania occultata (Bagl.) Otálora, P.M. Jørg. et Wedin, Scytinium teretiusculum (Wallr.) Otálora, P.M. Jørg. et Wedin live as epiphytes … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Money N.P., Stolze-Rybczynski J., Smith B.E., Trninić D., Davis D.J. & Fischer M.W.F. (2023): Ascus function: From squirt guns to ooze tubes - Fungal Biology, 127(12): 1491-1504

Unlike the mechanism of ballistospore discharge, which was not solved until the 1980s, the operation of asci as pressurized squirt guns is relatively straightforward and was understood in the nineteenth century. Since then, mycologists have sought to understand how structural adaptations to asci have allowed the ascomycetes to expel spores of different shapes and sizes over distances ranging from a few millimeters to tens of centimeters. These modifications include the use of valves at the tips of … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Valim H.F., Dal Grande F., Wong E.L.Y. & Schmitt I. (2023): Circadian clock- and temperature-associated genes contribute to overall genomic differentiation along elevation in lichenized fungi - Molecular Ecology, 2023;00:e17252.

Circadian regulation is linked to local environmental adaptation, and many species with broad climatic niches display variation in circadian genes. Here, we hypothesize that lichenizing fungi occupying different climate zones tune their metabolism to local environmental conditions with the help of their circadian systems. We study two species of the genus Umbilicaria occupying similar climatic niches (Mediterranean and the cold temperate) in different continents. Using homology to Neurospora crassa … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Śliwa L., Mazur E. & Wirth V. (2023): A new and intriguing species of Myriolecis in a revised phylogenetic framework for the genus - Herzogia, 36: 371–386

On the basis of morphological and chemical data, and a phylogenetic reconstruction using six DNA regions, a new crustose, lecanoroid lichen species from the region of Baden-Württemberg (SW Germany) is described. Myriolecis suevica is characterized by the presence of an unexpected secondary metabolic compound, namely isousnic acid. Phylogenetic analysis revealed that this new species is closely related to M. sambuci, the nomenclatural type for the genus Myriolecis. ‘Lecanora’ casimceana and … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Rettig J., Knudsen K. & Breuss O. (2023): Flechten und flechtenbewohnende Pilze aus Ostthüringen, mit Hinweisen auf einige selten gemeldete Acarospora-Arten aus Europa - Herzogia, 36: 387–408

Lichens and lichenicolous fungi from eastern Thuringia, with references to some rarely reported Acarospora species from Europe. Remarkable finds of lichens and lichenicolous fungi from eastern Thuringia, occasionally from other parts and the neighbouring federal states, are reported. In addition, Acarospora saxonica is discussed in more detail. This species is new to Italy, Austria and Switzerland. New for Germany are Acarospora irregularis, Verrucaria elevata, and V. inaspecta. New for Thuringia … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Malíček J., Konečná E. & Steinová J. (2023): Contribution to the lichen biota of Romania - Herzogia, 36: 409–427

We report floristic records on 371 lichen taxa and three non-lichenized lichen-similar fungi from Romania. Fiftythree species are new to Romania. Buellia arborea, Caloplaca turkuensis, Protoparmelia hypotremella, and Rinodina euskadiensis are reported for the first time from Southeastern Europe. Sarcogyne canadensis is new to Europe. Two species from the genera Peltula and Verrucaria, both supported by a nrITS sequence, probably represent undescribed taxa. Sequences from Gyalecta erythrozona … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Christensen S.N. (2023): Contribution to the knowledge of the lichen biota of Pinus nigra stands in Greece - Herzogia, 36: 428–444

One hundred and seven epiphytic taxa, 4 epigeic taxa and 8 epilithic taxa are recorded from 17 Pinus nigra stands across its distribution area in Greece. Generally, the lichen biota is referable to a Pseudevernion community with nitrophytic elements. Caloplaca xerothermica, Lecidella subviridis and Parmelia barrenoae are new to Greece. Six species are new to Epiros, 5 species are new to Makedonia and 5 species are new to Peloponnisos. Elixia cretica is reported for the first time outside its … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Knudsen K., Kocourková J., Hodková E., Dart J., Dolnik C., Malíček J. & Obermayer W. (2023): Exploring the Sarcogyne phylogeny: three new species and four new reports from Europe and North America (Austria, Czech Republic, Greece, Germany, Romania, U.S.A.) - Herzogia, 36: 445–469

A history of the study of Sarcogyne is explained. Acarospora and Sarcogyne are morphological genus concepts and neither are currently recovered as monophyletic clades. Neither genus has any synapomorphic character or suite of characters distinguishing all species as either Sarcogyne or Acarospora. Three new species are described from Europe and North America: Sarcogyne adscendens (California, U.S.A.), S. lecanorina (Czech Republic), and S. poeltii (Greece). Two sterile taxa with probably functionally … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Afshan N., Fayyaz I., Iftikhar F., Niazi A.R., Habib K. & Khalid A.N. (2023): A new species of the genus Bacidina (Ramalinaceae, Ascomycota) from Pakistan - Herzogia, 36: 470–478

Bacidina pakistanica from the Himalayan moist temperate forest in Pakistan is described as new to science. nrITS sequences confirm its position within the genus Bacidina and together with its morphology suggest that it is distinct from other species of this genus. The taxon is characterized by olive green to pale green thallus, purplish black to almost black apothecia, 0.7 – 0.9 – 1.3 – 1.75 mm wide, a hymenium 65 – 80 μm high, 3 – 4 septate and large ascospores 28 – 55 × 1.9 – … URL EndNote Read more... 

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