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Spielmann A.A. (2023): Líquen da vez: Crocodia aurata (Ach.) Link, 1833 - Boletim Micobiota, 3(4): 25–26

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Bhagarathi L.K., Da Silva P.N.B., Subramanian G., Maharaj G., Kalika-Singh S., Pestano F., Phillips-Henry Z. & Cossiah C. (2023): An integrative review of the biology and chemistry of lichens and their ecological, ethnopharmacological, pharmaceutical and therapeutic potential - GSC Biological and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 23(3): 92–119

This purpose of this paper is to review and evaluate published literature on the biology and chemistry of lichens and their ecological, ethnopharmacological, pharmaceutical and therapeutic potential. A systematic method was used to gather literature on “the biology and chemistry of lichens and their ecological, ethnopharmacological, pharmaceutical and therapeutic potential.” A total of fifty-five research papers published between the years 1963 to 2022 were selected and utilized for this review. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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John V. & Güvenç Ş. (2023): Additions to the checklist and bibliography of the lichens and lichenicolous fungi of Turkey II - Archive for Lichenology, 34: 1–47

Increase and gaps in the knowledge about the biota of lichens and lichenicolous fungi in Turkey in the last 4 years are documented, including some supplements. Since the compilations by JOHN & TÜRK (2017) and JOHN et al. (2020) 32 species of lichens and 17 lichenicolous fungi were newly published for Turkey. A total of 689 additional species (59 lichenicolous and 636 lichenized) are new for one or more provinces. Lecanora albula, Placynthium flabellosum, Ramalina bourgaeana, R. elegans … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Brackel W. v. (2023): Weitere Funde von flechtenbewohnenden Pilzen in Bayern – Beitrag zu einer Checkliste VIII - Archive for Lichenology, 35: 1–22

A list of 68 lichenicolous fungi recently found in Bavaria is presented. The new species Endococcus montanus Brackel, Muellerella rhizocarpicola Brackel and Sphaerellothecium umbilicariae Brackel & E. Zimm. are described. New to Germany are Biatoropsis minuta, B. usnearum s. str., Epibryon conductrix, Muellerella polyspora, Tremella parietinae and Zyzygomyces aipoliae, new to Bavaria are Endococcus macrosporus, E. stigma s. str., Llimoniella groenlandiae, Nectriopsis cariosae and Trimmatostroma … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Himelbrant D.E., Stepanchikova I.S., Neshataeva V.Yu., Kirichenko V.E., Skvortsov K.I. & Timofeeva E.A. (2023): Further knowledge on the lichen biota of Koryakia (Northern Kamchatka, Russia) - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): L29–L37

Based on collections of Koryak geobotanical expeditions of the Komarov Botanical Institute, 23 species of lichens and four lichenicolous fungi are reported as new to Koryakia, nine of them are also new to Kamchatka. Ephebe hispidula, Lambiella impavida, Rhizocarpon simillimum, Rhizoplaca opiniconensis, and Vestergrenopsis isidiata are new to the Russian Far East. Altogether 529 species of lichens and allied fungi are currently known for Koryakia. Keywords: Koryak Nature Reserve, Beringia, North … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Андреев М.П. & Потемкин А.Д. [Andreev M.P. & Potemkin А.D.] (2023): Александр Еленкин — основоположник криптогамной ботаники в России [Alexander Elenkin — the founder of cryptogamic botany in Russia] - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): D1–D16

[in Russian with English abstract: ] Alexander Alexandrovich Elenkin is considered as the founder of the Russian lichenological school and one of the founders of other areas of cryptogamic botany in Russia — algology, mycology, phytopathology, and bryology. Elenkin was born 150 years ago in Warsaw, but almost all his life since 1898 he worked at the Botanical Institute in St. Petersburg. Elenkin has created the Cryptogamic Herbarium, in the walls of which brilliant scientists, specialists in … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Давыдов Д.А. [Davydov D.A.] (2023): Александр Александрович Еленкин — ключевая фигура российской ботаники начала XX века [Alexander Alexandrovich Elenkin as a key person in Russian botany at the beginning of XX century] - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): D17–D46

[in Russian with English abstract: ] This year marks 150th anniversary of the birth of the outstanding Russian cryptogamist, Alexander Alexandrovich Elenkin. He is renowned as the pioneer of the Russian cyanobacterial science school and one of the founding figures in Russian lichenology. A. A. Elenkin has made a titanic work on describing the flora of blue-green algae of the USSR, and created the first domestic identification book of this group. In addition to fundamental scientific research, which … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Потемкин А.Д., Ицык Т.В. & Макеева Е.К. [Potemkin A.D., Itsyk T.V. & Makeeva E.K.] (2023): Наследие и библиография А. А. Еленкина [The heritage and bibliography of A. A. Elenkin] - Новости систематики низших растений [Novosti sistematiki nizshikh rastenii] / Novitates systematicae plantarum non vascularium, 57(2): D47–D70

[in Russian with English abstract: ] A. A. Elenkin’s contribution to the development of botany in Russia is multifaceted: as a scientist, organizer, editor, and popularizer of science. The most important aspect of Eleinkin’s heritage is the establishment of the foundations for the development of cryptogamic botany in Russia. The presented bibliography of 472 publications, including 201 critical reviews at the end of the list, is based on a generalization of previously published bibliographies, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Czarnota P., Tuchowski M., Szymczyk R. & Piegdoń A. (2023): Lobaria pulmonaria as an umbrella species for the protection of epiphytic lichen diversity in Polish Carpathians - Acta Mycologica, 58: 177130 [22 p.]

Lobaria pulmonaria has been subject to strict and zonal protection in Poland for almost 20 years, assuming the function of an umbrella species for the protection of natural biodiversity. Knowledge about this function, however, is limited, mainly due to a lack of relevant research. The current protection zone with a radius (R) of up to 50 m was significantly reduced in 2014 compared to the previous one from 2004 (R=100 m), mainly due to the needs of forest management. This legislative change became … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Marcano V. & Castillo L. (2023): Displacement of the habitat of the macrolichens of the montane forest under a global warming scenario in the northeastern Venezuelan Andes - Anales Del Jardín Botánico De Madrid, 80(2): e143

In order to quantify the risks of total and local habitats loss of the Andean lichens due to the global warming projected for the end of the century and the associated upward migration, we carried out lichenological collections in the undergrowth forest at the National Park Sierra Nevada de Merida, Venezuela. We focus on an elevation gradient from the montane forest (2100–3000 m). A total of 1200 individuals, 401 lichenological samples, 38 genera and 145 species were registered; 94 species from … URL EndNote Read more... 

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