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Schiefelbein U.,Blucherstr. 71 | Czarnota P.,University of Rzeszow | Thus H.,Natural History Museum in London | Kukwa M.,University of Gdansk
Folia Cryptogamica Estonica | Year: 2012

The whole known lichen biota of the Drawieński National Park is presented. In total 290 species (262 lichenized, 25 lichenicolous and 3 lichen-related, saprotrophic fungi) are listed. Trichonectria anisospora and Milospium lacoizquetae are reported as new to Poland. Lecanora stenotropa and Phaeophyscia pusilloides are reported for the first time from Polish lowlands. The most lichenologically interesting and richest habitat complexes are the river valleys with their beech slope forests, their alluvial forests and their fast running rivers. Further habitats of high nature conservation value are roadside trees and pine forests, which inhabit a rich lichen biota as well. Source


Flakus A.,Polish Academy of Sciences | Etayo J.,Navarro Villoslada 16 | Schiefelbein U.L.F.,Blucherstr. 71 | Ahti T.,University of Helsinki | And 6 more authors.
Polish Botanical Journal | Year: 2012

This paper presents new records of 144 lichen species from Bolivia, of which 38 are new to the country, namely Aspidothelium fugiens (Müll. Arg.) R. Sant., Astrothelium galbineum Kremp., Baeomyces rufus (Huds.) Rebent., Bulbothrix apophysata (Hale & Kurok.) Hale, Canoparmelia caroliniana (Nyl.) Elix & Hale, Cladonia caespiticia (Pers.) Flörke, C. corymbosula Nyl., C. farinophylla Ahti, C. isabellina Vain., C. leprocephala Ahti & S. Stenroos, C. macilenta Hoffm., C. pityrophylla Nyl., Flakea papillata O. E. Erikss., Flavopunctelia soredica (Nyl.) Hale, Gomphillus ophiosporus Kalb & Vězda, Haematomma fenzlianum A. Massal., Herpothallon aurantiacoflavum (B. de Lesd.) Aptroot, Lücking & G. Thor, Heterodermia corallophora (Tayl.) Scorepa, H cubensis (Kurok.) Trass, Hflabellata (Fée) D. D. Awasthi, H. galactophylla (Tuck.) W. L. CuIb., H. magellanica (Zahlbr.) Swinscow. & Krog, H. palpebrata (Tayl.) Vain., H. parva Moberg, Hypotrachyna damaziana (Zahlbr.) Krog & Swinscow, Micarea peliocarpa (Anzi) Coppins, Parmotrema betaniae Hale, P. ultralucens Hale, Phyllobaeis erythrella (Mont.) Kalb, Physconia muscigena (Ach.) Poelt, Pseudoparmelia cubensis (Nyl.) Elix & T. H. Nash, Punctelia constantimontium Sérus., Pyrenula dermatodes (Borrer) Schaer., Stereocaulon myriocarpum Th. Fr., Trapelia coarctata (Turner ex Sm.) M. Choisy, Trypelhelium aeneum (Eschw.) Zahlbr., T. pupula (Ach.) R. C. Harris and Tylophoron protrudens Nyl. Four infraspecies, Dictyonema sericeum (Sw.) Berk. f. membranaceum Metzner, D. sericeum f. phyllophilum Parmasto, Heterodermia japonica (Sato) Swinscow & Krog var. reagens (Kurok.) J. N. Wu & Z. G. Qian. and H. leucomela (L.) Poelt subsp. boryi (Fée) Swinscow & Krog are also recorded for the first time for the country. A second locality for the lichenicolous fungus Phaeosporobolus trypethelii Flakus & Kukwa was also found. Some taxa, especially those belonging to the taxonomically critical groups, are commented upon. Source


Flakus A.,Polish Academy of Sciences | Sipman H.J.M.,Botanischer Garten and Botanisches Museum Berlin Dahlem | Flakus P.R.,Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum | Flakus P.R.,University Institute of La Paz | And 4 more authors.
Polish Botanical Journal | Year: 2014

This paper presents new data on the geographic distribution of 84 lichen species in Bolivia. Bulbothrix chowoensis (Hale) Hale is new to South America. Twenty-five species are new national records: Chaenotheca confusa Tibell, Cora bovei Speg., C. reticulifera Vain., Dictyonema obscuratum Locking, Spielmann & Marcelli, Gassicurtia ferruginascens (Malme) Marbach & Kalb, Haematomma subinnatum (Malme) Kalb & Staiger, Malmidea badimioides (M. Cáceres & Locking) M. Cáceres & Kalb, Maronea constans (Nyl.) Hepp, Menegazzia subsimilis (H. Magn.) R. Sant., Myelochroa lindmanii (Lynge) Elix & Hale, Parmotrema commensuratum (Hale) Hale, P. conformatum (Vain.) Hale, P. disparile (Nyl.) Hale, P. machupicchuense Kurok., P. mordend (Hale) Hale, P. praesorediosum (Nyl.) Hale, P. submarginale (Michx.) DePriest & B. W. Hale, P. viridiflavum (Hale) Hale, P. wainioi (A. L. Sm.) Hale, P. xanthinum (Müll. Arg.) Hale, P. yodae (Kurok.) Hale, Protoparmelia multifera (Nyl.) Kantvilas, Papong & Lumbsch, Ramboldia haematites (Fée) Kalb, Lumbsch & Elix, Sobrina spongiosa (Ach.) Anzi and Stigmatochroma metaleptodes (Nyl.) Marbach. Notes on distribution and chemistry are provided. Source


Flakus A.,Polish Academy of Sciences | Sipman H.J.M.,Botanischer Garten and Botanisches Museum Berlin Dahlem | Bach K.,University of Marburg | Flakus P.R.,Senckenberg Forschungsinstitut und Naturmuseum | And 10 more authors.
Polish Botanical Journal | Year: 2013

This paper presents new records of 180 lichen species from Bolivia; 103 are new national records. Three species, Bryonora curvescens (Mudd) Poelt (also from Ecuador), Lepraria elobata Tonsberg and Pyrenula laetior Müll. Arg., are reported for the first time from the Southern Hemisphere, and five, Bathelium aff. sphaericum (C. W. Dodge) R. C. Harris, Lepraria jackii Tonsberg, Psiloparmelia arhizinosa Hale, Szczawinskia tsugae A. Funk and Trinathotrema lumbricoides (Sipman) Sipman & Aptroot, are new to South America. To complement the rather poorly recognized distribution of some species, five of the taxa reported here are also new to Ecuador. Notes on distribution and chemistry are provided for most species, and some, especially those belonging to taxonomically critical groups, are discussed in greater detail. Source


Schiefelbein U.,Blucherstr. 71 | Flakus A.,Polish Academy of Sciences | Sipman H.J.M.,Botanischer Garlen and Botanisches Museum Berlin Dahlem | Oset M.,University of Gdansk | Kukwa M.,University of Gdansk
Polish Botanical Journal | Year: 2014

Microlichens of the family Graphidaceae are important components of the lowland and montane tropical forests in Bolivia. In this paper we present new records for 51 taxa of the family in Bolivia. Leiorreuma lyellii (Sm.) Staiger is reported as new for the Southern Hemisphere, while Diploschistes caesioplumbeus (Nyl.) Vain., Graphis daintreensis (A. W. Archer) A. W. Archer, G. duplicatoinspersa Lücking, G. emersa Müll. Arg., G. hossei Vain., G. immersella Müll. Arg. and G. subchrysocarpa Lücking are new for South America. Thirty taxa are reported for the first time from Bolivia. Notes on distribution are provided for most species. Source

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