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Frisch A., Darmostuk V., Diederich P., Holien H., Ihlen P.G. & Suija A. (2024): Lichenicolous fungi mainly from the Dovre Mountains, Norway - Graphis Scripta, 36(3): 50–88

Based on results from a 5-days field workshop held at Hjerkinn, we report new distribution data for 110 species of lichenicolous fungi from the Dovre Mountains area in central Norway. Additional eight species were collected in humid spruce forests near Trondheim. Including literature reports, 134 species of lichenicolous fungi are currently known from the Dovre Mountains. Our material includes a surprisingly large number of 11 species new to Fennoscandia (Clypeococcum cetrariae, Didymocyrtis melanelixiae, … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Taer E.C., Dal Forno M., Aptroot A., Moncada B., Amoroso V.B. & Coritico F.P. (2024): New records of pyrenocarpous lichens from the Philippines - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 61: 39–44

Pyrenocarpous lichens are an important component of the forest ecosystem, yet remain understudied. Following the recent field surveys of the lichen biota in Mt. Musuan, four pyrenolichen species previously unreported from the Philippines were collected, namely: Porina exocha, Pyrenula pyrenuloides, P. subsoluta, and Nigrovothelium inspersotropicum. Each species is briefly described with morphology and chemistry, distribution, ecology, notes, and illustrations. These collections underscore the need … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Michlig A., Moreno S., Rodríguez M.P., Niveiro N. & Neffa V.S. (2024): The genera Hypotrachyna and Remototrachyna (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) in northeastern Argentina - Folia Cryptogamica Estonica, 61: 13–24

Pyrenocarpous lichens are an important component of the forest ecosystem, yet remain understudied. Following the recent field surveys of the lichen biota in Mt. Musuan, four pyrenolichen species previously unreported from the Philippines were collected, namely: Porina exocha, Pyrenula pyrenuloides, P. subsoluta, and Nigrovothelium inspersotropicum. Each species is briefly described with morphology and chemistry, distribution, ecology, notes, and illustrations. These collections underscore the need … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Boggess L.M., McCain C.M., Manzitto-Tripp E.A., Pearson S.M. & Lendemer J.C. (2024): Disturbance and diversity: Lichen species richness decreases with increasing anthropogenic disturbance - Biological Conservation, 293: 110598 [10 p.]

Anthropogenic disturbance is rapidly increasing through habitat degradation, development, and deforestation. Gaps remain in understanding the effects of this disturbance on diverse and ecologically important organisms such as lichens. In North America, studies have focused on epiphytic macrolichens and catastrophic disturbance, largely ignoring microlichens and less severe disturbances. The Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis predicts these moderate disturbances will lead to higher species richness. … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Cui C., Dou M., Jiang S. & Jia Z. (2024): The lichen genus Letrouitia (Brigantiaeaceae, Ascomycota) in China. - Diversity, 16(5): 254 [11 p.]

Based on morphological, chemical and molecular studies, two new species of the lichen genus Letrouitia are newly described from China. Letrouitia arcuata is distinguished by its arcuate ascospores [8–10(–12)-locular, (28–)33–50(–62.5) × (8–)10–14.5 µm] and L. sinuosa by its ascomata with wavy margins and ascospores with lens-shaped locules [6–8-locular, (18–)19.5–32(–34) × (6.5–)8–14 μm]. In addition, L. magenta is reported for the first time as a new record in China, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Viola A., Newington N., Riley J., Selva S. & Proulx L. (2024): Bursting the stubble bubble: citizen scientists measure ecological continuity near Goldsmith Lake, Nova Scotia using calicioid lichens and fungi - Evansia, 41(1): 9–18

In an effort to protect a forest on provincial land near Goldsmith Lake in Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, from timber harvest operations, a group of citizen scientists began documenting the biodiversity of the area. In December 2022, the group invited Dr. Steven Selva, a lichenologist specializing in calicioid lichens and fungi, to visit and teach them how to locate and collect calicioid specimens. We found 27 calicioid species, one of which was new to the Maritimes, providing additional evidence … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Gheza G. & Nascimbene J. (2024): Lichens from the aurifodinae of the upper Ticino river valley (N Italy) - Natural History Sciences [Atti della Società Italiana di Scienze Naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale in Milano], 11(1): 53–60

Aurifodinae were open-pit gold mines of the Roman age which left behind them elongated heaps of rounded stones. They are located in lowland semi-natural landscapes, and can be seen as screes at a lower altitude and in a milder climate than typical mountain screes. We investigated the lichen biota of the aurifodinae remains in the upper Ticino river valley (western Po Plain, Northern Italy), in a small, discontinuous, 6.5 ha wide area. Metamorphic siliceous stones prevail, while calcareous … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Manzitto-Tripp E. A., Lendemer J. C. & McCain C. M. (2022): Most lichens are rare, and degree of rarity is mediated by lichen traits and biotic partners - Diversity and Distributions, 28: 1810-1819

Aim Understanding ecological distributions of global biodiversity is stymied by incomplete knowledge of drivers of species rarity. These include trade-offs among life-history traits that impact dispersability, competition, reproductive output and speciation and extinction. In this study, we aim to understand potential drivers of rarity in North American lichens. Location and methods With nearly 5500 species and a third of global species richness, North America is a hotspot for lichen biodiversity. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Behera P. K., Joseph S., Nayaka S. & Chauhan R. S. (2024): New additions of lichens from Assam, India - Plant Science Today, 11: 333-340

An account of 7 lichen species new to lichen biota of Assam is presented. The species are Bactrospora paludicola, Buellia pleiotera, Byssolecania deplanata, Graphis urandrae, Gyalidea fritzei, Mycobilimbia philippina and Staurothele fissa. Among them, B. paludicola and G. fritzei are being reported for the first time from India. The lichen samples were collected from various protected areas of Assam and a detailed systematic account is provided. Biodiversity, Lichenized fungi, North-East, Taxonomy, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Zalewska A. & Szymczyk R. (2023): Puszcza Borecka - In: Obidziński A.(ed.), Śladami Mistrzów. Miejsca fascynacji prekursorów polskiej geobotaniki. Polskie Towarzystwo Botaniczne i Wydawnictwo SGGW, p. 21–25, Polskie Towarzystwo Botaniczne, Warszawa

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