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Jung P., Briegel-Williams L., Büdel B., Schultz M., Nürnberg D.J., Grube M., D’Agostino P.M., Kaštovský J., Mareš J., Lorenz M., González M.L.G., Dal Forno M., Westberg M., Chrismas N., Pietrasiak N., Whelan P., Dvořák P., Košuthová A., Gkelis S., Bauersachs T., Schiefelbein U., Giao V.T.P. & Lakatos M. (2024): The underestimated fraction: diversity, challenges and novel insights into unicellular cyanobionts of lichens - ISME Communications, 4(1): ycae069

Lichens are remarkable and classic examples of symbiotic organisms that have fascinated scientists for centuries. Yet, it has only been for a couple of decades that significant advances have focused on the diversity of their green algal and/or cyanobacterial photobionts. Cyanolichens, which contain cyanobacteria as their photosynthetic partner, include up to 10% of all known lichens and, as such, studies on their cyanobionts are much rarer compared to their green algal counterparts. For the unicellular … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Cerrejón C., Valeria O., Haughland D.L. & Fenton N.J. (2024): Lichen communities across a subarctic region of Northern Quebec (Canada): conservation status, α- and β-diversity, and functional traits - Bryologist, 127(2): 233–248

Conservation of lichens is impeded by knowledge gaps on their distribution and habitat requirements. This is a significant issue in vast, isolated and harsh environment regions such as subarctic regions, where lichen communities remain under documented. Lichen biodiversity assessments provide useful insights to better understand the functions supported by these ecologically important and sensitive species. This study aims i) to describe the conservation status of lichen communities and their α- … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Masson D. (2024): Une espèce nord-américaine de Dermatocarpon (Verrucariaceae) dans les Alpes françaises ? - Bulletin de Association Française de Lichénologie, 49(1): 1–6

A North American species of Dermatocarpon (Verrucariaceae) in the French Alps ? Several thalli of an apparently new representative of the Dermatocarpon genus for the European flora were collected in 2010 in a locality of the Mercantour National Park (Alpes-de-Haute- Provence, France). Their phenotype is similar to that of D. reticulatum. In particular, they feature a dark lower surface with short, more or less angular protuberances, typical of this species. However, molecular data are required … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Meyers D.J., Cotter H.V.T., Perlmutter G.B., Goodwin M.T. & McCormick C.A. (2024): Type specimens held in the fungal, lichen, and myxomycete collections of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) - Southeastern Naturalist, 23(2): 245–258

The Fungal, Lichen, and Myxomycete Collections of the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill Herbarium (NCU) contain 952 type specimens, representing 607 names, which, based on current taxonomy and nomenclature, amount to 596 unique taxa. This wealth of type specimens is a legacy of the taxonomic research on fungi conducted by William C. Coker, Alma Holland Beers, John N. Couch, and other UNC mycologists in the first half of the 20th century. This inventory is a compilation of these … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Vonarburg C., Blaise P., Graf N., Keller C., Orler M. & Zimmermann E. (2024): Lichenologische Beobachtungen an den Studientagen 2023 in den Flumserbergen (Kt. St. Gallen) - Meylania, 73: 63–69

Lichenological observations on the 2023 study days in the Flumserberge (Canton St. Gallen). About 150 lichen species were recorded during the excursion of Bryolich in the sur- roundings of the Flumserberge (Canton St. Gallen, Switzerland). Ninety-eight of the- se are recorded for the first time in the municipality of Flums, 35 for the first time in the canton St. Gallen. Among these several rare species were found. The most note- worthy finding was Gyalolechia klementii, currently known from … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Zimmermann E. (2024): Lichenicole Pilze der Schweiz X: Zur Biodiversität im Gebiet von Davos (Graubünden, Schweiz - Meylania, 73: 41–54

Lichenicolous fungi of Switzerland X: Rare and noteworthy species from alpine habitats in the region Davos. Fifty-one lichenicolous fungi were recorded in alpine habitats in the region Davos (Graubünden, Switzerland). Lasiosphaeriopsis lecanorae, Merismatium peregrinum, Scutula curvispora, are new records in Switzerland. Other notable taxa are Rhizo- carpon dinothetes, Sclerococcum ahtii, Sphaerellothecium umbilicariae. Furthermore, a potentially undescribed lichenicolous ascomycet on Peltigera … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Bürgi-Meyer K. & Keller C. (2024): Flechtenbeobachtungen in Moorgebieten des Grossschlierentals, Sarnen (OW, Zentralschweiz) - Meylania, 73: 25–32

Lichen observations in bog areas of the Grossschlieren valley, Sarnen, canton of Obwalden (Central Switzerland). Following up earlier lichen surveys in the Glaubenberg-Fürstein Natural Forest Reser- ve in Central Switzerland (Cantons of Lucerne and Obwalden), we here report lichen observations in bog areas located further north-east in the Grossschlieren valley. Attention was focused on so-called key structures, which often proved to be sites of remarkable lichen species in the previously … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Stepanchikova I.S., Pankova V.V., Filippova A.V., Timofeeva E.A., Rodionova A.A. & Himelbrant D.E. (2024): New records of lichens and allied fungi from the Leningrad Region, Russia. XIII. Mainly saxicolous species - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica , 61: 51–58

Fourteen lichen species and three lichenicolous fungi were recorded for the first time for the Leningrad Region. The lichenicolous fungus Sclerococcum australe is new to Russia. Arthopyrenia cinereopruinosa, Aspicilia grisea, Buellia miriquidica, Catillaria atomarioides, Lithocalla ecorticata, Miriquidica intrudens, Rhizocarpon intermediellum, Sclerococcum amygdalariae, and S. parasiticum are new for North-Western European Russia. Keywords: lichen diversity, crustose lichens, lichenicolous … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Tsurykau A., Knudsen K., Golubkov V., Bely P. & Kocourková J. (2024): The lichen genus Sarcogyne (Acarosporaceae) in Belarus - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica , 61: 45–49

The lichen genus Sarcogyne in Belarus is revised. Three species are accepted as occurring in the country, namely Sarcogyne belarusensis, S. hypophaea, and S. pruinosa. Of these, Sarcogyne belarusensis is the most widely distributed and commonest species. Sarcogyne pruinosa and S. hypophaea are rare taxa known from two and one localities, respectively. Morphological characters of these species are provided in comparison with similar taxa. Keywords: biodiversity, distribution, ecology, crustose … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Furmanek Ł., Czarnota P., Tekiela A.. Kapusta I. & Seaward M.R.D. (2024): A spectrophotometric analysis of extracted water-soluble phenolic metabolites of lichens - Planta, 260: 40 [19 p.]

The aims were (i) to test the hypothesis on the potential solubility of lichen phenolic compounds using rainwater under conditions that partly reflect the natural environment and (ii) to propose new and effective methods for the water extraction of lichen substances. The results of spectrophotometric analyses of total phenolic metabolites in rainwater-based extracts from epigeic and epiphytic lichens, employing the Folin–Ciocalteu (F.–C.) method, are presented. The water solvent was tested at … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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