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Timdal E., Evankow A.M., Opedal V. & Fjelde M.O. (2024): Lecania lepidota, a new lichen species from pollarded Fraxinus excelsior in oceanic, old-growth deciduous forests in Norway - Graphis Scripta, 36(1): 1–14

The new lichen species Lecania lepidota is described from two localities in oceanic, old-growth, deciduous forests (boreo-nemoral rainforest) in SW Norway, growing near the base of pollarded Fraxinus excelsior. The generic placement is uncertain, as the ITS marker differs significantly from all other available ITS sequences and the mtSSU marker indicates sister relationship with Lecania croatica, a species of uncertain position in the Ramalinaceae. The species is morphologically most similar … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Gunnarsson B., Hake M. & Hultengren S. (2004): A functional relationship between species richness of spiders and lichens in spruce - Biodiversity and Conservation, 13: 685–693

Modern forestry has created stands with even age distribution of trees and fragmentation of the habitat. In boreal forests, the effects on biodiversity within many taxa need to be examined. We tested the hypothesis that species richness of foliose and fruticose lichens and spiders is positively related in the lower canopy of spruce (Picea abies) in forests with, or without, management in central Sweden. High species richness of lichens may increase the structural complexity of the microhabitat … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Hämäläinen A., Runnel K., Mikusiński G., Himelbrant D., Fenton N.J. & Lõhmus P. (2023): Living Trees and Biodiversity - In: Girona M.M., Morin H., Gauthier S. & Bergeron Y. (eds), Boreal Forests in the Face of Climate Change, Advances in Global Change Research 74, p. 145–166, Springer, Cham

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Molenaar M., van der Kolk H.-J. & van den Boom P. (2023): Een overzicht van de boombewonende knoopjeskorsten van Nederland [Corticolous Bacidia and Bacidina species in The Netherlands] - Buxbaumiella, 128: 8–23

[in Dutch with English abstract:] An identification key and overview of the corticolous Bacidia and Bacidina species occurring in The Netherlands is presented. Pictures of the thallus and apothecia are provided for most species, as well as detailed pictures of sections of apothecia and drawings of ascospores. Following the recent paper on Bacidina by Ekman (2023), the occurrence of Bacidina caerulea and Bacidina friesiana in The Netherlands is discussed. Bacidia circumspecta, Bacidia incompta … EndNote Read more... 

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Šoun J. (2023): Revize historických položek rodu Parmotrema z území ČR uložených v herbáři PRM [Revision of historical specimens of the genus Parmotrema from the Czech Republic stored in the PRM herbarium] - Bryonora, 72: 23–33

Old specimens of the genus Parmotrema (Parmeliaceae) from the territory of the Czech Republic stored in the National Museum in Prague (PRM) were revised. They were collected mainly by J. Suza, and further by A. Hilitzer, A. Oborny, R. Picbauer, and V. Spitzner from the end of the 19th century to 1924. P. arnoldii (1 specimen), P. crinitum (3 specimens), P. perlatum (10 specimens) and P. stuppeum (1 specimen) were found in the herbarium. P. arnoldii is reported here as new to the Czech … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Ghlimová H., Bouda F., Hauser T., Hlisnikovský D., Jerhot Š., Konečná E., Peksa O., Smolková A., Svoboda D. & Syrovátková L. (2023): Lišejníky zaznamenané během 28. jarního setkání bryologicko-lichenologické sekce ČBS u Mariánských Lázní [Lichens recorded during the 28th Spring Meeting of the Bryological and Lichenological Section of the Czech Botanical Society near Mariánské Lázně] - Bryonora, 72: 11–22

We present a list of 189 lichenised and two non- or semi-lichenised fungi recorded in western Bohemia in April 2023 during the 28th Spring Meeting of the Bryological and Lichenological Section of the Czech Botanical Society. We focused on various habitats including a uranium mine heap, old limestone quarries, a quaternary volcano, a quarzite ridge as well as old trees in allees, and a chateau park. Several rare and remarkable species were found in the region, for example Acarospora … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Malíček J. & Konečná E. (2023): Lišejníky PR Bažantník v Českém ráji [Lichens of Bažantník Nature Reserve, Bohemian Paradise (Český ráj) Region] - Bryonora, 72: 1–10

The Bažantník Nature Reserve (14.06 ha; alt. 256–269 m) preserves a deciduous lowland forest with c. 240-year old oak trees. The locality is very rich in phorophytes (>20 species) but strongly affected by acid rain in the past. During a survey in 2022, 94 lichen species and 8 non-lichenised fungi were recorded in the reserve. This number includes 17 species of calicioid (= pin-head) lichens and fungi. Most of the rare lichens occur on old oaks and their snags. In the area of Český ráj (Bohemian … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Bérešová A. (2023): Jonáš Gruska 2021. Petržalské lišajníky. LOM. Typografia Plus. 194 pp. ISBN 978-80-974055-0-2 - Bryonora, 72: 51

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Bérešová A. (2023): Bačkor M., Goga M. & Marcinčinová M. 2020. Atlas lišajníkov Slovenska I. Epifytické druhy. Univerzita Pavla Jozefa Šafárika v Košiciach, Košice 2020. 144 pp. ISBN 978-80-8152-903-0. Účelová, nepredajná publikácia - Bryonora, 72: 49–51

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Ptach-Styn Ł., Guzow-Krzemińska B., Lendemer J.C., Tønsberg T. & Kukwa M. (2024): Phylogeny of the genus Loxospora s.l. (Sarrameanales, Lecanoromycetes, Ascomycota), with Chicitaea gen. nov. and five new combinations in Chicitaea and Loxospora - MycoKeys, 102: 155–181

Loxospora is a genus of crustose lichens containing 13 accepted species that can be separated into two groups, based on differences in secondary chemistry that correlate with differences in characters of the sexual reproductive structures (asci and ascospores). Molecular phylogenetic analyses recovered these groups as monophyletic and support their recognition as distinct genera that differ in phenotypic characters. Species containing 2’-O-methylperlatolic acid are transferred to the new genus, … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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