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Эктова С.Н. & Соковнина С.Ю. [Ektova S.N. & Sokovnina S.U.] (2023): Раздел 5. Лишайники [Lichens] - In: Красная книга Ямало-Ненецкого автономного округа: животные, растения, грибы. 3-е издание [Red Data Book of Yamal-Nenetsk autonomous district - animals, plants, fungi. 3-rd edition], p. 287–296, Салехард: Департамент природных ресурсов и экологии Ямало-Ненецкого автономного округа [

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Zhang Y., Yin Y., Wang L., Printzen C., Wang L. & Wang X. (2024): Two new species of Rhizoplaca (Lecanoraceae) from Southwest China - MycoKeys, 101: 233–248

In this study, two new species, Rhizoplaca adpressa Y. Y. Zhang & Li S. Wang and R. auriculata Y. Y. Zhang, Li S. Wang & Printzen, are described from Southwest China, based on their morphology, phylogeny and chemistry. In phylogeny, the two new species are monophyletic, and sister to each other within Rhizoplaca chrysoleuca-complex. Rhizoplaca adpressa is characterized by its placodioid and closely adnate thallus, pale green and heavily pruinose upper surface, narrow (ca. 1 mm) and white free margin … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Zhang W., Ran Q., Li H. & Lou H. (2024): Endolichenic fungi: a promising medicinal microbial resource to discover bioactive natural molecules—an update - Journal of Fungi, 10(2): 99 [49 p.]

Lichens are some of the most unique fungi and are naturally encountered as symbiotic biological organisms that usually consist of fungal partners (mycobionts) and photosynthetic organisms (green algae and cyanobacteria). Due to their distinctive growth environments, including hot deserts, rocky coasts, Arctic tundra, toxic slag piles, etc., they produce a variety of biologically meaningful and structurally novel secondary metabolites to resist external environmental stresses. The endofungi that live … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Šoun J. (2023): Katalog lišejníků Brd [A catalogue of lichens of the Brdy Mts] - Erica, Plzeň, 30: 55–91

The catalogue summarizes the published information on lichens, lichenicolous fungi and small non-lichenized fungi often studied by lichenologists from the area of Brdy Mts in a narrow concept (Western and Central Bohemia, Czech Republic). 77 literature sources were excerpted. In total, the catalogue includes 469 taxa of lichens (including aggregates, etc.), 15 species of lichenicolous fungi and 10 species of non-lichenized fungi frequently studied by lichenologists. Cetraria commixta, Hypogymnia … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Peksa O., Bouda F., Malíček J., Kocourková J., Palice Z. & Šoun J. (2023): Zajímavé nálezy lišejníků ze západních Čech II [Interesting records of lichens from Western Bohemia (Czech Republic) II] - Erica, Plzeň, 30: 93–116

We present here interesting records of 86 lichen taxa from Western Bohemia (incl. Pilsen and the Karlovy Vary Region) with several additional localities from other Czech regions. In total, 57 taxa belong to C1 (critically endangered species – 9), C2 (strongly endangered species – 10) and C3 (endangered species – 38) categories of the Red list of lichens of the Czech Republic according to DaLiBor for 2023 (Malíček 2023). Buellia leptocline, B. uberior, Chaenotheca laevigata, Cladonia … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Osyczka P., Kościelniak R. & Stanek M. (2024): Old-growth forest versus generalist lichens: Sensitivity to prolonged desiccation stress and photosynthesis reactivation rate upon rehydration - Mycologia, 116(1): 31–43

Most epiphytic lichens demonstrate high specificity to a habitat type, and sensitive hygrophilous species usually find shelter only in close-to-natural forest complexes. Some of them are considered as old-growth forest and/or long ecological continuity indicators. To evaluate general links between the narrow ecological range and physiological traits, two distinct sets of model lichens, i.e., old-growth forest (Cetrelia cetrarioides (Duby) W.L. Culb. & C.F. Culb., Lobaria pulmonaria (L.) Hoffm., Menegazzia … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Chernenkova T.V., Belyaeva N.G., Suslova E.G., Aristarkhova E.A. & Kotlov I.P. (2023): Patterns of the red-listed epiphytic species distribution in coniferous-deciduous forests of the Moscow Region - Geography, Environment, Sustainability, 16(1): 119–131

Epiphytes model the diversity of forest communities and indicate the integrity of natural ecosystems or the threat to their existence. The high sensitivity of epiphytic species to the environmental quality makes them good indicators in anthropogenic landscapes. The study deals with the distribution patterns of rare indicator epiphytic species at the border of their range in the broad- leaved–coniferous forest zone, in the central part of the East European Plain within the Moscow region. The … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Химич Е.О., Ходосовцев О.Є. & Попова Л.П. [Khymych E.O., Khodosovtsev O.Ye. & Popova L.P.] (2023): Nephroma bellum (Sprengel) Tuck. та N. laevigatum Ach. (Nephromataceae, Peltigerales) в Україні та їх созологічний статус [Nephroma bellum (Sprengel) Tuck. and N. laevigatum Ach. (Nephromataceae, Peltigerales) and their protected status] - Вісті Біосферного заповідника "Асканія-Нова" [Biosphere Reserve "Askania Nova" Reports], 25: 16–21

[in Ukrainian with English abstract: ] The authors carried out a critical study of the Nephroma laevigatum s.lat. (Nephromataceae, Peltigerales) complex on the basis of lichen specimens kept in the herbarium of the M.G. Kholodny Institute of Botany of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (KHER). In addition, the materials of lichenological studies in the National Nature Park "Zacharovanyi Krai" (Zakarpattia region, Khust district) were used in the paper. There are two species of the complex … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Zhurbenko M.P. (2023): Contributions to the knowledge of lichenicolous fungi growing on Sphaerophoraceae, with a key to the species - Herzogia, 36: 504–523

Four species of lichenicolous fungi are described as new to science: Abrothallus leifidii (on Leifidium), Micarea novae-zelandiae (on Bunodophoron), Spirographa bunodophoronis (on Bunodophoron), and Umushamyces wedinii (on Bunodophoron). Pyrenocarpous ascomycete 1 (on Bunodophoron), which resembles Polycoccum species, and pyrenocarpous ascomycete 2 (on Sphaerophorus), which resembles Endococcus oropogonicola are briefly characterised. Cercidospora punctillata is first reported from Sphaerophorus … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Zhurbenko M.P., Diederich P. & Braun U. (2023): Randlanea usneicola gen. & sp. nov., a new lichenicolous coelomycete on Usnea from the Russian Caucasus - Herzogia, 36: 497–503

Randlanea usneicola gen. & sp. nov., found on Usnea longissima, is described, illustrated, and compared with other morphologically similar genera of coelomycetes. The new genus is characterised by a lichenicolous habit, phialidic conidiogenesis, multilocal, occasionally annellidic conidiogenous cells, and conidia formed in chains, initially 1–2(–3)-septate, subsequently often disintegrating into aseptate fragments. Sporidesmium usneae (first reported for Russia) with relatively short and … URL EndNote Read more... 

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