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Brackel W. von & Stapper N. (2024): Flechte und Moos des Jahres 2024 - Herzogiella, 11: 84–89

Presentation of the lichen and moss of the year 2024 [in German] URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Cezanne R. & Eichler M. (2024): Wiederfund von Marchantiana asserigena in Deutschland - Herzogiella, 11: 54–58

Rediscovery of Marchantiana asserigena in Germany after more than one hubdred years [in German] URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Eichler M. & Cezanne R. (2024): Neue Publikationen die Flechtenflora Mitteleuropas betreffend. Zehnte Folge - Herzogiella, 11: 27–36

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Dreyling L., Boch S., Lumbsch H.T. & Schmitt I. (2024): Surveying lichen diversity in forests: A comparison of expert mapping and eDNA metabarcoding of bark surfaces - MycoKeys, 106: 153–172

Lichens are an important part of forest ecosystems, contributing to forest biodiversity, the formation of micro-niches and nutrient cycling. Assessing the diversity of lichenised fungi in complex ecosystems, such as forests, requires time and substantial skills in collecting and identifying lichens. The completeness of inventories thus largely depends on the expertise of the collector, time available for the survey and size of the studied area. Molecular methods of surveying biodiversity … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Baniya C.B., Shrestha K.K. & Chongbang T.B. (2024): Patterns of lichen richness across elevation in the Manaslu Conservation Area, central Nepal - Nepal Journal of Botany, 1(1): 16–24

This study investigates the distribution of lichen richness along elevation gradients in the Manaslu Conservation Area, Central Nepal. A total of 95 lichen species, belonging to 40 genera and 18 families were recorded. The dominant growth forms were foliose, fruticose, crustose, and squamulose. Corticolous lichens were the most prevalent, followed by saxicolous, terricolous, and muscicolous species. Among the families, Parmeliaceae exhibited the highest species diversity, followed by Cladoniaceae. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Büdel B. & Friedl T. (2024): Introduction: The New Cryptogams - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 1–8, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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de Vries J. & Friedl T. (2024): Endosymbioses: Origin and diversity of photosynthetic eukaryotes and their general genetic exchange modes - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 9–23, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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Büdel B. (2024): Cyanobacteria/Blue-green algae - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 25–99, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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Büdel B. & Friedl T. (2024): Algae from primary endosymbioses - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 101–217, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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Büdel B. (2024): Symbioses - In: Büdel B., Friedl T. & Beyschlag W. (eds), Biology of Algae, Lichens and Bryophytes, p. 385–473, Springer Spektrum, Berlin, Heidelberg

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