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Heiselmayer P. & Türk R. (1979): Die Tagung der bryologisch-lichenologischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Mitteleuropa vom 24. - 27. August 1978 in Salzburg - Floristische Mitteilungen aus Salzburg, 6: 3–23

Report on BLAM meeting in Austria URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Döbbeler P. (1985): Ascomyceten auf Polytrichaceen - Sydowia, 38: 41–64

[in German wit English summary: ] Colonization of Polytrichum, Dawsonia and allied genera (Polytrichales, Musci acrocarpi) by fungi is a very common, or in some host species, even universal phenomenon. Presently there are more than 40 ascomycetes known to be (obligately) associated with the gametophytic stage of polytrichaceous mosses. They represent a heterogenous assemblage regarding their biological nature (saprophytic, parasitic, and gall-inducing species) and systematic position (members of … URL EndNote Read more... 

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Cezanne R. & Eichler M. (1996): Neue und bemerkenswerte Flechtenfunde in Darmstadt - Hessische Floristische Briefe, 45: 33–51

Germany; urban lichens; antropogenic substrates URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Keil P., Buch C., Fuchs R., Schmidt C., Kricke R. & Aptroot A. (2012): Schwermetalltolerante Pflanzenarten auf dem Gelände des ehemaligen Erzbergwerkes Neudiepenbrock III in Mühlheim an der Ruhr-Selbeck [Records of heavy metal tolerant plant species from the area of the former ore mine Neudiepenbrock III in Mülheim an der Ruhr-Selbeck] - Decheniana, 165: 95–114

A remarkable number of plant species, tolerant against heavy metals, could be found in partly large populations on the area of Neudiepenbock III, a former ore mine in Mülheim an der Ruhr-Selbeck, that closed down about a hundred years ago. Amoung these plants, the bryophytes Scopelophila cataractae and Pohlia flexuosa as well as the lichens Acarospora rufescens, Stereocaulon vesuvianum var. nodulosum and Vezdaea rheocarpa were not known to be present in the westem part of the Ruhr area up to now. … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Zimmermann D.G. & Guderley E. (2017): Flechten auf Zollverein - Abhandlungen aus dem Westfälischen Provinzial-Museum für Naturkunde, 87: 159–178

[in German with English summary: ] In Zollverein Park in the last 20 years (1997 to 2017) in total 99 species were found, 98 lichens and one lichenicolous fungus. Especially regarding the occurence of ephemere ground lichens the big industrial waste land Zollverein with its open sparsely vegetated pioneer habitats is remarkable. URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Dolnik C. & Neumann P. (2020): Die Flechten der Sorgwohlder Binnendünen (Kreis Rendsburg-Eckernförde) - Kieler Notizen zur Pflanzenkunde, 45: 176–187

[in German with English abstract: ] Lichens oft the inland dunes of Sorgwohld (District Rendsburg-Eckernförde). The inland dunes of Sorgwohld are covered by heathland and small woodlands as part of a postglacial sand area in the north oft the city of Rendsburg. Inhabiting about 122 lichen species, the sandy dry grasslands and heathland with rare and endangered species such as Cladonia borealis, C. monomorpha, C. pulvinata, C. crispata var. cetrariiformis and C. zopfii make the area a … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Kammann S., Leinweber P., Glaser K., Schiefelbein U., Dolnik C., Mikhailyuk T., Demchenko E., Heilmann E. & Karsten U. (2024): Successional development of the phototrophic community in biological soil crusts, along with soil formation on Holocene deposits at the Baltic Sea coast - Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 11: 1266209 [23 p.]

Harsh environmental conditions form habitats colonized by specialized primary microbial colonizers, e.g., biological soil crusts (biocrusts). These cryptogamic communities are well studied in drylands but much less in temperate coastal dunes, where they play a crucial role in ecological functions. Following two dune chronosequences, this study highlights the successional development of the biocrust’s community composition on the Baltic Sea coast. A vegetation survey, followed by morphological species … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Woodhouse J., Pérez-Ortega S., Roux C., Bertrand M. & Leavitt S.D. (2024): Diverse communities of endemic and cosmopolitan lineages at local sites in the Lecanora polytropa aggregate (Ascomycota) - Diversity, 16(2): 88 [13 p.]

Recent work has suggested exceptional species-level diversity in the lichen-forming Lecanora polytropa complex (Lecanoraceae, Ascomycota). However, biogeographic patterns and the spatial structuring of this diversity remains poorly known. To investigate diversity across multiple spatial scales, we sampled members of this species complex from two distinct regions—the Pacific Coast Ranges in southern Alaska, USA, and montane habitats in Spain. We also included sequence data from several species within … URL EndNote Read more... 

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He Z., Naganuma T. & Melville H.I.A.S. (2024): Bacteriomic profiles of rock-dwelling lichens from the Venezuelan Guiana Shield and the South African Highveld Plateau - Microorganisms, 12(2): 290 [18 p.]

Lichens are not only fungal–algal symbiotic associations but also matrices for association with bacteria, and the bacterial diversity linked to lichens has been receiving more attention in studies. This study compares the diversity and possible metabolism of lichen-associated bacteria from saxicolous foliose and fruticose taxa Alectoria, Canoparmelia, Crocodia, Menegazzia, Usnea, and Xanthoparmelia from the Venezuelan Guiana Shield and the South African Highveld Plateau. We used DNA extractions … URL EndNote PDF Read more... 

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Müller (Argoviensis) J. (1889): B. Flechten. – In: Hydrographisches Amt des Reichs-Marine-Amts (ed.), Die Forschungsreise S.M.S. „Gazelle“ in den Jahren 1874 bis 1876 unter Kommando des Kapitän zur See Freiherrn von Schleinitz. IV. Theil Botanik, Pilze und Flechten - Berlin: E. S. Mittler und Sohn, pp. 6–16

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