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Kubiak D. (2024): “Sosny Taborskie” nature reserve as a refuge for rare and threatened forest lichens - Folia Forestalia Polonica, Series A – Forestry, 66(1): 8–21

The article presents the results of a lichenological inventory carried out in the “Tabórz Pine” nature reserve, which protects a unique old-growth forest dominated by Scots pine and European beech. The aim of the research was to document the taxonomic and ecological diversity of the lichen biota in the reserve and, on this basis, determine the role and importance of this site as a refuge for stenoecious forest lichens. In an area of 95.32 ha, 118 species of lichens were found, including … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Wierzcholska S., Łubek A., Dyderski M.K., Horodecki P., Rawlik M. & Jagodziński A.M. (2024): Light availability and phorophyte identity drive epiphyte species richness and composition in mountain temperate forests - Ecological Informatics, 80: 102475 [10 p.]

Bryophytes and lichens are the most species-rich groups of epiphytes in temperate forests. They colonise different tree species that create a wide variety of microhabitats, and conditions in these microhabitats are modulated by different factors. We assessed drivers that create and maintain epiphyte species richness and diversity of bryophytes and lichens along tree species composition gradients. We hypothesised that tree species composition influences the diversity of lichens and bryophytes. The … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Bakacsy L. & Szepesi Á. (2024): A case study on the early stage of Pinus nigra invasion and its impact on species composition and pattern in Pannonic sand grassland - Scientific Reports, 14: 5125 [10 p.]

Alien woody species are successful invaders, frequently used for aforestation in regions like semi-arid lands. Shrubs and trees create important microhabitats in arid areas. Understorey vegetation in these habitats has unique species composition and coexistence. However, the impact of solitary woody species on understorey vegetation is less understood. This study evaluated the effect of native (Juniperus communis) and invasive solitary conifers (Pinus nigra) on surrounding vegetation, where … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Cho M., Lee S.J., Choi E., Kim J., Choi S., Lee J.H. & Park H. (2024): An Antarctic lichen isolate (Cladonia borealis) genome reveals potential adaptation to extreme environments - Scientific Reports, 14: 1342 [11 p.]

Cladonia borealis is a lichen that inhabits Antarctica’s harsh environment. We sequenced the whole genome of a C. borealis culture isolated from a specimen collected in Antarctica using long-read sequencing technology to identify specific genetic elements related to its potential environmental adaptation. The final genome assembly produced 48 scafolds, the longest being 2.2 Mbp, a 1.6 Mbp N50 contig length, and a 36 Mbp total length. A total of 10,749 protein-coding genes were annotated, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Asghar H.S., Nadeem M., Oryakhil N., Fayyaz I., Niazi A.R., Afshan N.-S., Naseer A. & Khalid A.N. (2024): Two new species of Lecaimmeria (lichenized Ascomycota, Lecideaceae) from Asia - Mycological Progress, 23: 13 [11 p.]

Two new species of the lichen genus Lecaimmeria are described and illustrated from Pakistan, namely, Lecaimmeria asiatica and L. crispula. The former taxon is characterized by pale brown to dark brown thallus, up to 2-mm large areoles, fat to strongly convex apothecial disc, taller hymenium 120–150 µm, apically branched, not anastomosing paraphyses, large conidia 5–7×1.1–1.4 µm, with respect to ecology, and the absence of secondary metabolites, whereas L. crispula can be characterized … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Hernández J.M., de la Fournière E.M., Ramos C.P., Debray M.E., Plá R.R., Jasan R.C., Invernizzi R., Rodríguez Brizuela L.G. & Cañas M.S. (2024): Contribution of Mine‑Derived Airborne Particulate Matter to Ca, Fe, Mn and S Content and Distribution in the Lichen Punctelia hypoleucites Transplanted to Bajo de la Alumbrera Mine, Catamarca (Argentina) - Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 86: 140–151

The aim of this work was to relate the contribution of mine-derived airborne particulate matter to Ca, Fe, Mn and S content and distribution in Punctelia hypoleucites transplanted to Bajo de la Alumbrera, an important open-pit mine in Catamarca, Argentina. Lichen samples were transplanted to four monitoring sites: two sites inside the mine perimeter and two sites outside the mine. After three months, elemental distribution in samples was analyzed by microparticle-induced X-ray emission (microPIXE), … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Iacovelli R., He T., Allen J.L., Hackl T. & Haslinger K. (2024): Genome sequencing and molecular networking analysis of the wild fungus Anthostomella pinea reveal its ability to produce a diverse range of secondary metabolites - Fungal Biology and Biotechnology, 11: 1 [18 p.]

Background: Filamentous fungi are prolific producers of bioactive molecules and enzymes with important applications in industry. Yet, the vast majority of fungal species remain undiscovered or uncharacterized. Here we focus our attention to a wild fungal isolate that we identified as Anthostomella pinea. The fungus belongs to a complex polyphyletic genus in the family of Xylariaceae, which is known to comprise endophytic and pathogenic fungi that produce a plethora of interesting secondary metabolites. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Conti M., Martellos S., Moro A., Nimis P.L. & Puntillo D. (2024): The dataset of the CLU lichen herbarium (Calabria, Italy) - Biodiversity Data Journal, 12: e116965 [9 p.]

Background: Calabria, the southernmost tip of the Italian Peninsula, is a biogeographically very interesting region for lichenologists, characterised by the abundance of oceanic and suboceanic species with subtropical affinities, but also by the presence of the southernmost outposts of several boreal species on the highest peaks. The lichen biota of Calabria, which began to be intensively studied only from the 1980s, hosts more than 1000 infrageneric taxa. The lichen herbarium of the Botanical … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Francesconi L., Conti M., Gheza G., Martellos S., Nimis P.L., Vallese C. & Nascimbene J. (2024): The Dolichens database: the lichen biota of the Dolomites - MycoKeys, 103: 25–35

The Dolichens project provides the first dynamic inventory of the lichens of the Dolo- mites (Eastern Alps, Italy). Occurrence records were retrieved from published and grey literature, reviewed herbaria, unpublished records collected by the authors, and new sampling campaigns, covering a period from 1820 to 2022. Currently, the dataset con- tains 56,251 records, referring to 1,719 infrageneric taxa, reported from 1820 to 2022, from hilly to nival belts, and corresponding to about half of the … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Svensson M., Ekman S., Arup U., Eide Ekman L., Hammarström O., Isaksson R., Jonsson F., Palice Z., Vicente R. & Westberg M. (2024): Further additions to the Swedish flora of lichenised fungi - Graphis Scripta, 36(2): 15–49

We report 22 lichenised fungi as new to Sweden, of which nine are also new to Fennoscandia and one new to Europe. The newly reported species are Agonimia flabelliformis, Carneothele sphagnicola, Lecania madida, Lecanora horiza, L. subravida, L. subsaligna, Lecidea subhumida, L. toensbergii, Micarea coppinsii, M. isidioprasina, M. microsorediata, M. pseudotsugae, M. substipitata, Miriquidica majae, Protoblastenia calvella, P. szaferi, Ptychographa xylographoides, Ramboldia subcinnabarina, Verrucaria … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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