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Blázquez M., Pérez-Vargas I., Garrido-Benavent I., Villar-dePablo M., Turégano Y., Frías-López C., Sánchez-Gracia A., de los Ríos A., Gasulla F. & Pérez-Ortega S. (2024): Endless forms most frustrating: disentangling species boundaries in the Ramalina decipiens group (Lecanoromycetes, Ascomycota), with the description of six new species and a key to the group - Persoonia, 52: 44–93

Oceanic islands have been recognized as natural laboratories in which to study a great variety of evolutionary processes. One such process is evolutionary radiations, the diversification of a single ancestor into a number of species that inhabit different environments and differ in the traits that allow them to exploit those environments. The factors that drive evolutionary radiations have been studied for decades in charismatic organisms such as birds or lizards, but are lacking in lichen-forming … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Kondratyuk S.Y., Lőkös L., Persson P.-E., Hansson M., Schiefelbein U., Kärnefelt I. & Thell A. (2024): New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi 13. A revision of the Xanthoria ectaneoides complex (Xanthorioideae, Teloschistaceae) including the new species Xanthoria pylyporlykii - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 66: 47–77

Xanthoria ectaneoides , usually recognised by its secondary sublobules, is circumscribed in a strict sense using spore size and a molecular phylogeny based on ITS-sequences. The species, earlier considered a synonym of X. aureola , forms a subclade with X. coomae and the new species X. pylyporlykii , described here, whereas X. aureola is positioned in the Xanthoria calcicola subclade. The new species X. pylyporlykii is characterised by a combination of characters typical either for Xanthoria ectaneoides … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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van der Kolk H.-J., Boers J., Schrier T., Schrier N. & Diederich P. (2024): New lichenicolous fungi from the Netherlands, including the descriptions of Echinothecium micareae and Lichenochora verrucariae - Lindbergia, 2024: e026005 [21 p.]

Recent finds of lichenicolous fungi from the Netherlands are described and discussed. Echinothecium micareae spec. nov. and Lichenochora verrucariae spec. nov. are described as new for science. An additional 31 species are reported for the first time from the Netherlands: Abrothallus cladoniae, Arthonia diploiciae, A. rinodinicola, Cladophialophora cladoniae, Dacampia cyrtellae, Dactylospora microspora, Didymocyrtis cladoniicola, D. consimilis, D. physciae, Diplotomma parasiticum, Epithamnolia … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Haldeman M. & Darmostuk V. (2024): Trichonectria fragmospora comb. nov. (Hypocreales), a new lichenicolous fungus record for North America - Evansia, 41(1): 19–27

We provide the first North American report of the lichenicolous fungus Pronectria fragmospora. Based on multigene phylogenetic analyses we found this species to be nested within the genus Trichonectria and the new combination Trichonectria fragmospora is proposed. We provide a description and photos of the North American material on Evernia prunastri and a phylogenetic tree showing its placement within the genus. We also compare this species to related species of Trichonectria and similar … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Brodo I.M., Lendemer J.C., Harris R.C., McMullin R.T., López de Silanes M.E., van Miltenburg N., Bull R., Paradis M. & Ginter A. (2024): Xanthosyne (Lecanoraceae), a new genus for Lecidea varians and related species in Europe and North America - Bryologist, 127(2): 169–219

Lecidea varians is among the most common and abundant bark-dwelling crustose lichens in temperate eastern North America. As presently delimited, it is highly variable, including chemical and morphological diversity well beyond that currently accepted for most lichen species. The generic placement of L. varians has also been questioned for decades. It has long been recognized as aberrant in Lecidea and Pyrrhospora, excluded from Lecidella, and more recently transferred to Traponora. Drawing from the … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Urbanavichene I.N. & Urbanavichus G.P. (2024): First record of Parmelia asiatica (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) in Europe - Nature Conservation Research. Заповедная наука, 9(2): doi:10.24189/ncr.2024.014

The lichen Parmelia asiatica (Parmeliaceae), described in 2011 from China (Yunnan province), is reported for the first time in Europe, in European Russia. Since 2013, the species has been recorded in the Russian Far East and Baikal Siberia. The majority of the records are in Protected Areas located in regions with a humid climate, where the preferred habitats are mainly foothill/mountain, humid, mixed or dark coniferous old-growth forests. A critical analysis of the herbarium specimens from … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Pshegusov R., Khanov Z. & Chadaeva V. (2024): Distribution factors of the epiphytic lichen Lobaria pulmonaria (L.) Hoffm. at local and regional spatial scales in the Caucasus: combining species distribution modelling and ecological niche theory - iForest, 17: 120–131

For the rare epiphytic lichen Lobaria pulmonaria (L.) Hoffm., there is a lack of data on ecological niche parameters and distribution factors in the Caucasus, which are necessary to develop an effective system of the species preservation during forest management. The aim of this study was to identify the influence of abiotic, biotic and movement factors on the potential distribution of Lobaria pulmonaria in the Caucasus forests, depending on the spatial scale. We combined species distribution … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Baczewska I., Strzemski M., Feldo M., Hanaka A. & Dresler S. (2024): Green extraction of depsidones and depsides from Hypogymnia physodes (L.) Nyl. using natural deep eutectic solvents - International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 25(10): 5500 [13 p.]

Various studies have shown that Hypogymnia physodes are a source of many biologically active compounds, including lichen acids. These lichen-specific compounds are characterized by antioxidant, antiproliferative, and antimicrobial properties, and they can be used in the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries. The main aim of this study was to optimize the composition of natural deep eutectic solvents based on proline or betaine and lactic acid for the extraction of metabolites from H. physodes. The … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Tomović J., Kočović A., Anđić M., Bradić J., Zubić N., Jakovljević V., Sovrlić M., Vasiljević P. & Manojlović N. (2024): Bioactive components analysis and pharmacological properties of extracts and metabolites of lichen Umbilicaria crustulosa - Scientia Pharmaceutica, 92(2): 27 [16 p.]

Lichens, a diverse group of organisms, have a unique structure consisting of fungal filaments and photosynthetic partner cells. This research conducted a comprehensive chemical analysis and evaluation of the anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of methanolic and acetone extracts from Umbilicaria crustulosa lichen, along with its isolated metabolites. The process involved separating atranorin and chloratranorin fractions, physodic acid, and gyrophoric acid. Secondary metabolites were identified … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Temu S.G., Tibell S., Tibuhwa D.D. & Tibell L. (2024): Coniocybe Ach. revisited - Journal of Fungi, 10(5): 363 [12 p.]

Calicioids form a research field that has encompassed ascomycetous fungi with stalked ascomata similar to those of the lichen genus Calicium. Early generic circumscriptions of calicioid lichens and fungi were mainly based on morphological and secondary chemistry information. After the introduction of molecular data, taxonomy in the group has been reconsidered. Here, based on a broad geographical sampling, Coniocybe Ach. was revised using molecular and morphological features. Three loci (ITS, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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