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Hafellner J. (1979): Karschia. Revision einer Sammelgattung an der Grenze von lichenisierten und nichlichenisierten Ascomyceten - Beiheft zur Nova Hedwigia, 62: 1-248

46 figures. 1 plate. [Detailed monographic treatment of Karschia sens. lat. with keys. Recognition of 68 species in 20 different genera. New: Buellia fuegina (Speg.) comb. nov., B. imshaugii sp. nov., B. nivalis (Bagl. & Car.) Hertel ex Haf. comb. nov., Rinodina insularis (Arnold.) comb. nov., Dactylospora acarosporae (H. Magn.) comb. nov., D. arthobotryina sp. nov., S. athallina (Mull. Arg.) comb. nov., D. bloxamii (Berk.) comb. nov., D. caledonica sp. nov., D. epimyces (Tobisch) comb. nov., D. … EndNote Read more... 

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Halda J.P. (2015): Thelidium fumidum a Staurothele ambrosiana, dva vzácné lišejníky z PP Peliny u Chocně - Orlické hory a Podorlicko, 22(1–2): 231–234

A new record for Czech Republic, Thelidium fumidum was found on clay rocks in Nature monument Peliny near Choceň together with Acrocordia conoidea, Placopyrenium fuscellum, Polyblastia cupularis, Staurothele ambrosiana, Verrucaria dolosa, V. macrostoma, V. muralis and V. nigrescens EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kondratyuk S.Y., Lőkös L., Halda J.P., Haji Moniri M., Farkas E., Park J.S., Lee B.G., Oh S.-O. & Hur J.-S. (2016): New and noteworthy lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi 4 - Acta Botanica Hungarica, 58(1–2): 75–136

Data on about 27 new for South Korea species of lichen-forming and lichenicolous fungi, including one new for science genus Verseghya and 11 new for science species, i.e.: Agominia loekoesii, Lecanora pseudosambuci, Nectriopsis verseghyklarae, Polysporina golubkovae, Protopar- meliopsis zerovii, Psoroglaena chirisanensis, Pyrenopsis chejudoensis, Ropalospora chirisanensis, Thelopsis chirisanensis, Trapelia coreana, and Verseghya klarae, as well as 27 taxa newly record- ed for the country (Biatora … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kossowska M., Fałtynowicz W. (2008): Monitoring stanu atmosfery w Karkonoskim Parku Narodowym z wykorzystaniem porostów nadrzewnych jako biowskaźników. – W: Mazur A., Raj A., Knapik R. (red): Monitoring ekosystemów leśnych w Karkonoskim Parku Narodowym - Karkonoski Park Narodowy, Jelenia Góra, pp. 280-289

Results of a first stage of the environmental monitoring programme using epiphytic lichens in the Kar- konoski National Park are presented. The investigations were carried out on 630 sample plots, regularly distributed in whole area of KNP. On each sample plot three so-called monitoring trees with the richest lichen vegetation (altogether 1462 trees) were examinated in detail. 71 lichen species and two taxa of non-lichenized fungi growing on resin were found. Only one of them - Lecanora conizaeoides … EndNote Read more... 

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Hur J.-S., Harada H., Ok S.-O., Lim K.-M.Wang L.S., Lee S.M., Kim G.-H. & Koh Y.J. (2004): Taxonomic Studies on Dermatocarpon (Lichenized Ascomycota) and Its Allied Fungi in South Korea - The Korean Journal of Mycology, 32(2): 66-70

Based on extensive field studies and herbarium research, the taxonomy and distribution of 3 species of Dermatocarpon and its allied fungi occurring in South Korea are discussed. A key to the species is provided and their Korean names are suggested. D. tuzibei Sato is described as new to Korea. This is the first report on taxonomic revision of Dermatocarpon in South Korea. Dermatocarpon miniatum, Lichen, Neocatapyrenium cladonioideum EndNote Read more... 

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Halda J.P. (2015): Lišejníky NPP Třesín (CHKO Litovelské Pomoraví). Lichen ora of Třesín National nature monument (Moravia, Czech Republic) - Zprávy Vlastivědného muzea v Olomouci, 309: 5-25

Up to this day 97 species of lichens were detected in the area of Třesín, which is still little explored territory from the lichenological point of view. Several of them belong to endangered (6) and vulnerable (11) species. The most valuable parts of this national nature monument can be considered fragments of older oak forests in the southern part and limestone rock formations in the northern part of the protected area. Diagrams of species diversity on di erent substrates are given. lichens, biodiversity, … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Joshi Y., Gagarina L., Halda J.P., Oh S.-O. & Hur J.-S. (2015): A new species and a new record of the lichen genus Coenogonium (Ostropales: Coenogoniaceae) from South Korea, with a world-wide key to crustose Coenogonium having prothalli - Mycosphere, 6 (6): 667–672

Coenogonium lueckingii, a new corticolous species characterized by a greenish-gray thallus with a white prothallus and 1-septate fusiform ascospores, is described from South Korea. A description of the species is provided together with notes on its chemistry, distribution, ecology and taxonomy. Possible related lichen taxa are discussed briefly, and a worldwide key to the crustose Coenogonium species having a prothallus is also provided. Besides this, Coenogonium pineti is also reported for the first … EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Knight A. (2014): Lichens of New Zealand: an introductory illustrated guide - Dunedin, Alison Knight, 55 pp

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Thor G., Moon K.H. & Tibell L. (2008): New Findings of Calicioid Lichens and fungi in Korea - Journal of Japanese Botany, 83(4): 256-258

Calicium chlorosporum, Chaenotheca stemonea and Sphinctrina leucopoda new to Korea EndNote Read more... 

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Moon K.H. & Kashiwadani H. (2009): A new species of Karoowia (Parmeliaceae, Ascomycota) from Kyushu, Japan - Journal of Japanese Botany, 84(5): 279-282

Karoowia umezuana sp. nov. Compares the new species with the similar K. saxeti in Japan EndNote Read more... 

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